[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Health of the Town of Franklin 6-14-1991. Amendments noted where applicable.]
All tanning facilities located and operated in the Town of Franklin shall be licensed by the Board of Health.
The Board of Health shall inspect each tanning facility within 30 days of licensure and every six months thereafter or when deemed necessary by the Board.
No access shall be granted to a tanning device until the facility has been granted a license from the Board of Health.
The Board of Health may revoke a license for failure to comply with a written order after seven days. An appeal of the revocation is made to the Department of Public Health.
A tanning facility must provide every patron a written statement of warning and post a notice in a conspicuous place in every area where a device is used.
There shall be a knowledgeable operator present at all times to assist the patron and to provide sanitized protective eyewear and towels. Use of common towels prohibited.
The tanning device will be protected so that the interior temperature does not exceed 100° F., and the timer shall have an accuracy of plus or minus 10%.
The Department of Public Health may promulgate regulations necessary for the implementation of this statute.
The Board of Health members or the local health agent shall have access, at all reasonable times, to any tanning facility for the purpose of conducting an investigation.
Permits shall be renewable on an annual basis, expiring June 30, with a fee of $50.
This regulation shall become effective July 1, 1991.