Owner or operator: Additional duties.
An owner or operator shall ensure that:
A person who is qualified to operate the tanning equipment and who is able to inform users about, and assist such users in, the proper use of tanning equipment is present at the tanning establishment during operating hours.
Tanning equipment is properly sanitized after each use.
Each user, before he or she begins to use tanning equipment, is provided with properly sanitized and securely fitting protective eyewear that protects the wearer’s eyes from ultraviolet radiation and allows enough vision to maintain balance.
Users wear the protective eyewear described in subsection 3 when using tanning equipment.
Each user is shown how to maintain the proper exposure distance from the tanning equipment as recommended by the manufacturer.
A timing device which is accurate within 10 percent of any selected time interval is used and is remotely located so a user cannot set his or her own exposure time when using tanning equipment.
Tanning equipment is equipped with a mechanism that allows the user to turn off the tanning equipment.
Each user is limited to the maximum exposure time recommended by the manufacturer for his or her skin type.
A user is not allowed to use the tanning equipment more than once in any 24-hour period.
The interior temperature of the tanning equipment does not exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
Acknowledgments signed by each user indicating that he or she understands the notices and warnings prescribed by NRS 597.7618 and 597.7619, and that he or she agrees to use protective eyewear, are retained for at least 1 year or until the user signs a new acknowledgment.