OAR 333-119-0050
Specific Requirements: Warning Statement


At each customer’s initial visit to a tanning facility, and at least annually thereafter, the customer shall be provided a written statement to review and sign, which warns the customer that:


Not wearing appropriate protective eyewear may cause damage to the eyes; and


Overexposure to the tanning process may cause burns; and


Repeated exposure to the tanning process may cause skin cancer or premature aging of the skin or both; and


Abnormal skin sensitivity or burning may result from the tanning process if the customer is also consuming or using certain foods, cosmetics or medications (such as tranquilizers, antibiotics, diuretics, blood pressure medication or birth control pills); and


Any person taking a prescription or over-the-counter drug should consult a physician before using a tanning device; and


The frequency and duration of tanning sessions must not exceed tanning device manufacturer recommendations; and


Frequent users should be regularly screened for skin cancer by a physician.


An Authority approved tanning client card may be used to satisfy the requirement of section (1) of this rule.


The warning language in the written statement must be in 14 point or larger font.

Source: Rule 333-119-0050 — Specific Requirements: Warning Statement, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=333-119-0050.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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