Sanitation provisions

Sanitation provisions – in the sphere of Health Law, this term refers to the legal standards of personal and public hygiene and health protection. The sanitation provisions regulate the healthcare protection in the concrete society. Usually, people accept these provisions to avoid a spread of epidemic decease. Examples of practice are the rules for collecting and disposal of human toilets in hospitals and other health facilities.

Sanitation may also refer to garbage or wastewater collection and disposal.

See also “Hygiene”

Sanitation provisions apply also to pool facilities

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