(1) The manager of
an establishment shall be responsible for maintaining all parts thereof in a
sanitary condition at all times, and for otherwise insuring that such
establishment is operated in compliance with this Chapter. However, this rule
shall not relieve any licensee of responsibility for the sanitary condition of
any space or equipment used in an establishment.
The manager or designated manager of a
cosmetology, manicure, skin care, or natural hair stylist shop shall be
required to be present on the shop premises any day that cosmetology, manicure,
skin care, or natural hair stylist services are being rendered.
(a) The manager is entitled to two (2) thirty
(30) minute periods in which he/she may be away from the premises during the
day so long as the manager is reachable by phone and can return to the shop
within twenty (20) minutes in the event that a representative of the Board
requests their presence, an employee or customer requires assistance, or for
any other situation that would require the manager's presence.
(b) The manager's name must be posted and
their license number must be available to any employee or customer of the shop.
The manager or designated manager shall not be relieved of responsibility for
compliance during those times when the manager is away from the
(3) The shop
manager must be licensed by this board for at least one (1) discipline that the
shop is licensed to offer. Managers may manage employees across disciplines.
This rule shall not interfere with the statutory requirements that each
licensee may only offer those services they are licensed to practice, and
licensees are only practicing those services that the shop is licensed to
Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs.
filed February 23, 1983; effective March 25, 1983. Repeal and new rule filed
July 10, 1997; effective September 23, 1997. Amendment filed May 25, 2004;
effective August 8, 2004. Amendments filed March 9, 2017; effective
Authority: T.C.A. §§
62-4-118, and 62-4-119.