(A)   A hand sink with hot and cold running water, under pressure, preferably equipped with wrist- or foot-operated controls and supplied with liquid soap, disposable paper towels and be separate from any public restroom shall be readily accessible within the body art establishment. In addition, there shall be a minimum of one lavatory, excluding any service sinks, and one toilet in a body art establishment. Easily cleanable waste receptacles must be conveniently located near the hand washing facility.
   (B)   There shall be no overhead or otherwise exposed sewerage lines so as to create a potential hazard to the sanitary environment of the business.
   (C)   Containers of poisonous or toxic materials necessary for operational maintenance of the establishment shall be prominently and distinctly labeled in accordance with law. Small working containers of bulk cleaning agents shall be individually labeled for easy identification of contents.
   (D)   Poisonous or toxic materials necessary for the maintenance of the establishment consists of the following two categories:
      (1)   Insecticides and rodenticides; and
      (2)   Detergents, sanitizers, related cleaning or drying agents, and caustics, acids, polishes and other chemicals.
   (E)   Materials in each of these two categories shall be stored and located to be physically separated from each other, shall be stored in cabinets or in similar physically separated compartments or facilities used for no other purpose; and, to preclude potential contamination, shall not be stored above or intermingled with body art equipment.
(Ord. E-14-66, passed 5-28-2014) Penalty, see § 99.99