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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 26, HEALTH AND VITAL STATISTICS
Section: 26:2D-83: Minimum safety standards for tanning facilities established.
3. The Commissioner of Health, in consultation with the Commissioner of Environmental Protection, shall, by regulation, establish minimum safety standards for tanning facilities. The standards shall include, but not be limited to:
a. Establishment of a maximum safe time of exposure to radiation and a maximum safe temperature at which tanning devices may be operated;
b. A requirement that a patron at a tanning facility wear protective eye glasses when using tanning equipment and that a patron be supervised as to the length of time the patron uses tanning equipment at the facility;
c. A requirement that the facility operator post easily legible, permanent warning signs near the tanning equipment which state: "DANGER-ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS";
d. A requirement that the facility have protective shielding for tanning equipment in the facility; and
e. A requirement that the facility operator post a sign in conspicuous view at or near the reception area which states: "PERSONS UNDER AGE 14 SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED TO USE THIS TANNING FACILITY. PERSONS BETWEEN 14 AND 18 YEARS OF AGE SHALL NOT BE PERMITTED TO USE THIS TANNING FACILITY WITHOUT WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION OF A PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN."
L.1989, c.234, s.3; amended 2006, c.48, s.2; 2012, c.17, s.148.
This section added to the Rutgers Database: 2013-04-16 16:55:00.
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