/What is an imminent health hazard?

An imminent health hazard is a condition that can significantly cause harm or serious illness to you, your customers or the public. Imminent health hazards are dangerous even when there are no other risky conditions.

Examples of imminent health hazards include, but are not limited to, fire, flood, no hot water, no water, power outage, inadequate refrigeration, sewage backup, misuse of poisonous or toxic materials, onset of a suspected foodborne illness outbreak, gross unsanitary occurrences or conditions, or other circumstances that may endanger public health.

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