The salon owner must appoint a designated licensed salon manager (DLSM) and register the DLSM with the board using forms supplied by the board.
A DLSM must acknowledge the responsibility of the position on forms provided by the board, and is responsible for salon and practitioner compliance as noted in part 2105.0390.
A DLSM must not be responsible for more than one salon unless the salons are not open concurrently and the salons or DLSM attest in writing to the board of the business hours of each salon.
A DLSM who is no longer serving as the DLSM must notify the board in writing via e-mail or mail of the resignation as DLSM. The effective date of the resignation is the date the resignation notice is received by the board or the date the DLSM change form is received by the board, whichever date is earliest. The DLSM is liable under Minnesota Statutes, section 155A.33, for the compliance of the salon and licensees in the absence of any written notice of the change to the board, regardless of the status of the DLSM's license.
The DLSM is not required to be present at all times during the salon's operation but remains responsible for compliance under this chapter and Minnesota Statutes, chapter 155A, even when away from the salon.
A DLSM must not concurrently serve as a designated school manager unless serving as a DLSM in a one-person salon that is never open during school class and school clinic hours.
41 SR 305; 44 SR 941
March 6, 2020
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes