Health Act (Laundries and Bathrooms) Regulations



    6. Separation of laundry with copper from kitchen

    (1) Where laundry facilities provided in accordance with these regulations include a copper, and are situated in the same building as and adjacent to a kitchen or room where food is stored or consumed, those facilities shall be separated from the kitchen or room by a wall extending from the floor to the roof or the ceiling, and where an opening permitting communication between the laundry and the kitchen or room where food is stored or consumed is provided, the opening shall be not more than 810 millimetres wide, and it shall be provided with a door which when closed, completely fills the opening.

    (2) Where laundry facilities provided in accordance with these regulations include a copper, no bathroom facilities or water closet shall be provided in the room in which the copper is situated.

    [Regulation 6 amended in Gazette 21 Jun 1974 p. 2046.]



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