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PDFWAC 480-66-330

Dressing rooms and lockers.

(1) Separate dressing rooms must be provided for men and women in all places of employment where it is necessary for employees to change clothing. Dressing rooms must be separated from toilet rooms by solid partitions and doors. Dressing rooms must have at least eighty square feet of floor space. If more than ten employees, at least an additional four square feet must be provided for each additional employee. Benches must be provided. Dressing rooms must be properly lighted, heated to a minimum of 65 degrees Fahrenheit, and adequately ventilated. Where reasonably possible, cross-ventilation must be provided.
(2) Individual metal lockers must be provided where dressing rooms are required. Lockers must also be provided for each employee who must store work-related items at any time. Lockers must be convenient for employee access and must be provided where needed, even if one locker must be provided to an employee at each end of a run. Lockers must be at least twelve inches wide, eighteen inches deep and seventy-two inches high, exclusive of legs or other base. The lockers must be equipped with a shelf and with at least one clothes hook for each side or equivalent hanger bar, and also with sufficient openings in the door for purposes of ventilation.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 81.04.160 and 80.01.040. WSR 00-04-011 (Order No. R-469, Docket No. TR-981101), ยง 480-66-330, filed 1/21/00, effective 2/21/00.]
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