Kan. Admin. Regs. § 69-15-16 - Facility standards

Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021

All facilities shall meet the following criteria.

(a) All areas shall be kept clean and in good repair.
(b) All surfaces, including counters, tables, equipment, client chairs, or recliners, that are in treatment and sterilization areas shall be made of smooth, nonabsorbent, and nonporous material.
(c) Surfaces or blood spills shall be cleaned using an EPA-registered, hospital-grade disinfectant.
(d) The water and plumbing fixtures in the facility shall include easy access to a sink with hot and cold running water, as part of the surrounding premises or adjacent to the facility but separate from a public restroom.
(e) Toilet facilities shall be kept clean and in good working order at all times. Each toilet shall have a handwashing sink and a soap dispenser with disposable towels or an air dryer for hands.
(f) The facility shall be equipped with adequate and sufficient artificial or natural lighting, providing at least 10 foot-candles of light at the work station or table, used at all times during which business is being conducted.
(g) The facility shall be well ventilated with natural or mechanical methods that remove or exhaust fumes, vapors, or dust in order to prevent hazardous conditions from occurring or to allow the free flow of air in a room in proportion to the size of the room and the capacity of the room.
(h) A proprietor or person in charge of the facility may designate the entire area as a nonsmoking area. A designated smoking area means any area set aside by a proprietor or person in charge of a public place where tobacco smoking is permitted and where a sign indicates the same. No person shall smoke or carry any lighted smoking device in a public place except in designated smoking areas. No facility shall be designated in its entirety as a smoking area. "Public place" means any enclosed indoor area open to and frequented by the public. "Open to and frequented by the public" means any area where the public can freely enter or move without special invitation.
(i) If a room used for residential purposes is the same room or adjacent to a room used for the practice of permanent color, tattooing, or body piercing, then a solid partition shall separate the premises used for residential purposes from the tattooing and piercing area. The partition may contain a door, provided it remains closed, except for entering and leaving.
(j) If a room used for any business purposes other than permanent color, tattooing, or body piercing is the same room or is adjacent to a room used for the practice of permanent color, tattooing, or body piercing, then the board may require that one or more of the following requirements be satisfied if there are conditions that the board considers a possible threat to the health of the employees, the customers, or the public:
(1) A solid partition shall separate the premises used for other business purposes from the permanent color, tattooing, or body piercing area. The partition may contain a door, provided it remains closed except for entering and leaving.
(2) A separate outside entrance shall be provided for the facility.
(k) Pets or other animals shall not be permitted in the business facility. This prohibition shall not apply to registered therapy animals; trained guide animals for the disabled, sightless, or hearing impaired; or fish in aquariums.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 69-15-16
Authorized by K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 74-2702a and implementing K.S.A. 1996 Supp. 65-1946 and 65-1949; effective Aug. 22, 1997.

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