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Application and Resources

Contact the Health Tanning Program

Apply for a License

Licenses for tanning facilities are issued by the Department of Health's County Health Departments. The first step to obtaining a tanning facilities license is to contact the Environmental Health Section in the county in which the facility will be operating and consult with an Environmental Specialist in the Tanning Program.

Once you have consulted with the Environmental Health Section, submit all of the necessary paperwork including a drawn plan of the facility, a completed Application for Tanning Facility License, and operating and safety procedures to the County Health Department in which the facility will be operating along with the required license fee. The fee is based on the number of tanning devices in your facility. The County Health Department can help you calculate the correct fee for your facility. Tanning facility licenses are renewed annually.

The plan of the facility should show barrier walls or other devices that will shield the view of waiting customers and passersby from UV light. The plan should also include the location of restrooms. The plan does not have to be an architect or engineer drawing; however, the plan must be drawn to scale. See Rule 64E-17.002, of the Florida Administrative Code, for further guidance.


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