Oregon Statutes - Chapter 431 - State and Local Administration and Enforcement of Health Laws - Section 431.945 - Written warning statement and sign; content; rules.

(1) A tanning facility shall give each customer a written statement warning that:

(a) Not wearing the protective eye wear provided to each customer by the tanning facility may cause damage to the eyes.

(b) Overexposure to the tanning process causes burns.

(c) Repeated exposure to the tanning process may cause skin cancer or premature aging of the skin, or both.

(d) Abnormal skin sensitivity or burning may result from the tanning process if the customer is also consuming or using certain:

(A) Foods.

(B) Cosmetics.

(C) Medications such as tranquilizers, antibiotics, diuretics, high blood pressure medication, antineoplastics or birth control pills.

(e) Any person taking a prescription or over-the-counter drug should consult a physician before using a tanning device.

(2) In addition to giving customers the written statement required by subsection (1) of this section, the tanning facility shall post a warning sign in any area where a tanning device is used. The Department of Human Services shall adopt by rule the language for the warning sign. [1991 c.619 §§6,7]

Note: See note under 431.925.

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