The Design

1 UVSV), the qualified Offers professional prior to initial treatment, to determine the skin type of the customer if this is not already known to the personnel or the customer submits a medical certificate about the type of skin ( 4 para 1 No. 3 UVSV), offered prior to the first treatment the customer, one to create tailored dosing schedule ( 4 para 1 No. 4, para. 2 Appendix 5 UVSV), clear warnings in the business are unmounted and certain information is clearly visible and readable attached to the equipment ( 7 para 1) (und ABS. 2, Anlage 7 UVSV), at the entrance of the business the well visible and readable note use of tanning for minors prohibited “is attached ( 7 para 3 UVSV), a publication with specific content before the first treatment will be handed out the customers ( 7 para 4, Appendix 8 UVSV) and a device and manual is carried and stored for a certain period of time (article 8, Appendix 4 UVSV). Breaches of the above obligations are in 9 of the draft with penalties threatened. The regulation already after the enter into force, with the exception of 4 para 1 and 7 to the twelve months or one month after entry into force of the regulation should enter into force. Also, a transitional rule for devices is provided in 10 already operated at the time of entry into force and do not meet the requirements according to 3 para 1 and para.

2 (in particular the limits set). This only until six months after the entry into force of the regulation be further operated. The draft is now forwarded to the countries and stakeholders for the purpose of consultation. According to information of the BMU, the regulation should enter into force later this year. Thus, important changes in the House, where they in time should prepare are operators of tanning salons. The design is also evidence for how the legislature law regulations to other devices covered by the NiSG (such as IPL devices for permanent hair removal). Free of charge and without obligation for more information on