(a)   Any new or remodeled must submit for approval by the a to-scale facilities plan in sufficient detail to ascertain compliance with conditions in this Division S and pay the corresponding plan review fee listed in § 14.03.
   (b)   The must be constructed in conformance with the approved plans. The Building and Inspection Division will not issue a building permit for a new or remodeling or alteration permit for an existing facility until such plans have the approval of the . The will inspect the as frequently as necessary during the construction to ensure that the construction occurs in conformance with this Division S of the city code.  The will conduct a final construction inspection prior to the start of operations and issuance of a license.
   (c)   The owner or must use only manufactured according to 21 C.F.R., part 1040.20. The exact nature of compliance must be based on the standards in effect at the time of manufacture as shown on the device identification label required by 21 C.F.R., part  1010.3.
   (d)   Each assembly of must be designated for use by only one at a time and must be equipped with a timer that complies with 21 C.F.R., part 1040.20(c)(2). The maximum timer interval may not exceed the manufacturer's maximum recommended exposure time. No timer interval may have an error exceeding plus or minus ten percent of the maximum timer interval for the product.
   (e)    must meet the National Fire Protection Association National Electrical Code.
   (f)    must include physical barriers to protect from injury induced by touching or breaking the lamps.
   (g)   The owner or must replace defective or damaged lamps, bulbs, or filters with a type intended for use in the affected as specified on the product label and having the same spectral distribution.
   (h)   The owner or must replace ultraviolet lamps and bulbs, which are not otherwise defective or damaged, at a frequency or after a duration of use as may be recommended by the manufacturer of the lamps and bulbs.
   (i)   The owner or must maintain a record of when the bulbs or lamps in each tanning booth or bed were replaced according to paragraphs (e) and (f).
   (j)    must have a control that enables the user to manually terminate radiation without pulling the electrical plug or coming in contact with the ultraviolet lamp.
   (k)   The must instruct each user on:
      (1)   The proper position to maintain relative to the tanning lamps;
      (2)   The position of the safety railing, where applicable;
      (3)   The manual switching device to terminate radiation; and
      (4)   Maximum time of exposure.
   (l)   The must inspect the facility to ensure that the floors are dry before each individual's use.
   (m)   The must monitor the use of the facility to ensure that the interior temperature does not exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
   (n)   The must comply with sanitizing procedures specified by the manufacturer of the between users.
   (o)   Tanning booths designed for stand-up use must comply with the following additional requirements:
      (1)   Booths must have physical barriers or other means, such as handrails or floor markings, to indicate the proper exposure distance between ultraviolet lamps and the consumer's skin;
      (2)   Booths must be constructed with sufficient strength and rigidity to withstand the stress of use and the impact of a falling ;
      (3)   Access to booths must be of rigid construction; and
      (4)   Booths must be equipped with handrails and nonslip floors.
(1958 Code, § 147.041)  (Ord. 71-38, passed 6-7-1971; Ord. 74-114, passed 11-18-1974; recodified by Ord. 95-13, passed 8-7-1995; Ord. 2014-18, passed 12-1-2014; Ord. 2016-10, passed 5-16-2016)