Food & Water Safety

Protecting public health through inspection of campus facilities and infrastructure.

COVID-19 Guidance: Campus Food Facilities

May 26, 2020
Guidance for Campus Food Facilities

To reduce the risk of virus transmission during the COVID-19 pandemic, food facilities must follow guidance from the California Department of Public Health and establish a written Workplace - Specific Plan that includes Control Measures and Screening, Cleaning and Disinfecting Protocols, and Physical Distancing Guidelines.

Key points: Assign one employee as the person responsible for...

Fact Sheets

Fact Sheets

EH&S Fact Sheets serve as campus-wide Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).

Unit 3 Dining

Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2018

Located in Unit 3

Press Café

Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2018

Located on Moffitt Terrace

Lawrence Hall of Science Café

Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2018

Located in the Lawrence Hall of Science

Lawrence Berkeley Lab Café

Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2018

Located at the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab

I-House Café

Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2018

Located in International House

Special Event Safe Food Handling Practices (PDF)

Office of Environment, Health & Safety

Recognized student groups or campus units must submit a permit application before providing food at an event open to the general PUBLIC (or campus community). The group or unit assumes responsibility for the proper preparation, transportation, display, and disposal of the food products as outlined below. If the group employs a licensed caterer to prepare the food, the group assumes the responsibility of being a sponsor and obtaining the necessary application information.

A permit is not...

Water Discharge Regulations/Guidelines

Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2005

Guidelines for Discharge of Automatic Fire Sprinkler Water

The following guidelines apply to the design and discharge of automatic fire sprinkler (AFS) water during initial acceptance, periodic testing, or other AFS discharge activities, and are to be followed by all UC Berkeley staff, design consultants and contractors.