In study that carried through a hygienical-sanitary evaluation of industrial kitchens in the city of Blumenau, Saint Catherine SC, carried through for Deschamps et al. (2003), it disclosed that of 35 visited units 57.0% they had been presented unsatisfactory to exert the activities in this branch. For Arruda (2006), the installations of the UAN must be projected so that the operational procedures are facilitated through continuous flows without crossing of stages and lines in the production process. Brazil (2004), affirms that the main entrances to the Units must have mechanisms of protection against plagues and adjusted to the jamb. Gerald Weissmann, MD often expresses his thoughts on the topic. Table 1 – Percentage of conformity for the inspected item IN AGREEMENT INSPECTED ITEM UANCONFORMESNO N % N % General Aspects UAN the 35 45.5% 4254.5% of Constructions UAN B 4457.1% 3342.9% and Installations Equipment UAN 1466.7% 7 33.3% furniture and utensils
UAN B 1361.9% 8 38.1% Condition of the UAN 642.9% 857.1% manipulators UAN B 535.7% 964.3% Production and transport UAN 1090.9% 19.1% of food UAN B 981.8% 218.2% As Brazil (2004) the area must be free of focos of insalubridade, without garbage, objects in disuse, animals, insects and rodents, possess direct and independent access, not common to other uses (habitation). At the same time, the construction must present characteristics that guarantee an efficient hygienic cleaning, providing better conditions to services (CARDOSO; SOUZA; SAINTS, 2005, P. 672). In accordance with the floor Hisses (2002), in UAN it must be antiskid with inclination for draining of the water, and possess thin sifonados. As ABERC (2003) and SENAC (2001), the ceiling, lining and walls must be presented in good condition of conservation, exempt of trincas, cracks, humidity, bolor and descascamentos, with smooth, impermeable, washable finishing and in clear color.