Suite-style salons must have one salon license under which every suite located on the premises operates, or each suite must carry its own salon license as an individual salon. A suite-style salon where each suite carries its own salon license must meet the salon licensing requirements of this chapter. When the salon license is held by the business leasing the suites, the requirements of subparts 2 to 7 apply and must be met.
Each suite-style salon must have a designated handwashing sink and disinfecting area in the suite-style salon that meets the requirements of part 2105.0360, subpart 6.
The salon license holder and the DLSM must ensure that all cosmetology services and all practitioners are in compliance with the requirements of this chapter.
The salon license must be conspicuously posted at the salon's reception area and at each salon entrance used by customers. The license must not be a photocopy, but must be a duplicate license purchased from the board.
The posting requirements of part 2105.0190, subpart 4, apply, except that the practitioner licenses must be conspicuously posted at the practitioner's station or inside the suite instead of in the reception area or foyer of the building.
The requirement of part 2105.0115, subpart 3, to post inspection results and a report must be met by posting the inspection results and inspection report at the salon entrance used by customers.
The requirements of part 2105.0370, item B, must be met. The paper or electronic safety data sheets for each product used in each suite must be located in the suite itself or in a central accessible location.
A practitioner who does not hold a salon license, and is renting salon space in a licensed salon must comply with the requirements of part 2105.0110. This does not apply to a suite directory or suite entryway signage identifying the tenant in a licensed suite-style salon business.
41 SR 305; 44 SR 941
March 6, 2020
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes