Lavatory. A plumbing fixture used for washing the hands, arms, face and head. (Title 24, Part 5, Section 5-113).
Number of employees. The maximum number of employees present at any one time on a regular shift. (Title 24, Part 5, Section 5-115).
Personal Service Room. A room which is not directly connected with the production or service function performed by the establishment. Such rooms may include, but are not limited to, first aid or medical rooms, toilet rooms, change rooms, wash rooms, shower rooms, kitchens and lunch rooms. (Title 24, Part 5, Section 5-117).
Potable Water. Potable water is water which is satisfactory for drinking, culinary and domestic purposes and meets the requirements of the health authority having jurisdiction. (Title 22, California Code of Regulations, Division 4, Chapter 15)
Single-User Toilet Facility. A toilet facility with a locking mechanism, controlled by the user, with one toilet, or one toilet and one urinal.
Toilet. A fixture, maintained within a toilet room, which may be used for defecation or urination, or both. (Title 24, Part 5, Section 5-121)
Toilet Room. A room within or on the premises containing water closets, urinals and other required facilities. (Title 24, Part 5, Section 5-121)
Toxic Material. A material in concentration or amount which exceeds the applicable limit established by a standard, such as Section 5155, 5208 or 5209 of Title 8, CAC or, in the absence of an applicable standard, which has the capacity to produce personal injury or illness to persons through ingestion, inhalation, or absorption through any body surface. (Title 24, Part 5, Section 5-121)
Urinal. A plumbing fixture which is used only for urination. (Title 24, Part 5, Section 5-122)
Water Closet. A plumbing fixture (which may be used for both defecation and urination) in which the waste matter is removed by flushing with water. (Title 24, Part 5, Section 5-124)