SEC. 11-244.  HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS.
   (A)   The following health and safety requirements shall be applicable to all massage businesses and establishments described in Cal. Business and Professions Code, Section 4612, subdivision (b), paragraph (1):
      (1)   An adequate supply of clean sanitary towels, coverings, and linens shall be available at all times, and all massage tables shall be covered with a clean sheet or other clean covering for each customer. After a towel, covering, or linen has been used for one customer, it shall be deposited in a closed receptacle and not used until properly laundered and sanitized. Clean towels, coverings, and linens shall be stored in closed, clean, cabinets when not in use.
      (2)   All massage therapy rooms or cubicles, wet and dry heat rooms, steam rooms, toilet facilities, shower compartments, hot tubs, and pools shall be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected as needed and each day the business or establishment is in operation. All bathtubs shall be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected after each use.
      (3)   All liquids, creams, or other preparations used on or made available to customers shall be kept in clean and closed containers. Powders may be kept in clean shakers. All bottles and containers shall be distinctly and correctly labeled to disclose their contents. When only a portion of a liquid, cream, or other preparation is to be used on or made available to a customer, it shall be removed from the container in such a way as not to contaminate the remaining portion.
      (4)   All bathrobes or other garments that are provided for the use of customers shall be either fully disposable and shall not be used by more than one customer or shall be laundered and sanitized after each use.
      (5)   All footwear such as sandals or flip-flops that are provided for the use of customers shall be either fully disposable and shall not be used by more than one customer or shall be fully disinfected after each use.
      (6)   All combs, brushes, and/or other personal items of grooming or hygiene that are provided for the use of customers shall be either fully disposable and shall not be used by more than one customer or shall be fully disinfected after each use.
      (7)   The customer's genitals, pubic area, anus, and female patron's breasts below a point immediately above the top of the areola must be fully draped at all times while any employee of the business or establishment is in the massage therapy room or cubicle with the customer. No massage therapy shall be provided to a customer that results in intentional contact or occasional and repetitive contact with the genitals, anus, or areola of a customer.
   (B)   The following health and safety requirements shall be applicable to all massage businesses and establishments owned and/or operated by permittees:
      (1)   All requirements set forth in subdivision (A) of this section.
      (2)   Only one customer and only one massage technician shall be present in the massage room or cubicle from the time the customer enters the massage room or cubicle until the customer exits the massage room or cubicle.
      (3)   Notwithstanding any provision set forth in this article, only customers, managers, employees, massage technicians, and permittees shall be permitted in any massage room or cubicle or any break room or rest area during operating hours.
(Ord. No. 2811, 2823, 2851)