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28 May 2019 [shall come into force from 1 July 2019].

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Republic of Latvia

Cabinet
Regulation No. 693
Adopted 8 December 2015

Procedures by which the Beauty Treatment and Tattooing Service Providers shall Inform about the Commencement of the Economic Activity

Issued pursuant to
Section 38.1, Paragraph two of the
Epidemiological Safety Law

1. This Regulation prescribes the procedures by which the service provider shall inform the Health Inspectorate about the commencement of economic activity related to the provision of beauty treatment (using manual, physical, chemical methods), artificial tanning, manicure, pedicure, hairdresser, public bathing facility, public swimming pool, also tattooing, scarification, permanent make-up, micropigmentation and piercing services (hereinafter - the beauty treatment and tattooing services).

2. Before the commencement of economic activity related to the provision of beauty treatment and tattooing services, including by visiting the customer or providing temporary services, the service provider shall submit to the Health Inspectorate a notification for the commencement of economic activity (hereinafter - the notification) (Annex). The notification may be submitted in person, sent by post or electronically, if the electronic document is drawn up according to the laws and regulations regarding drawing up of electronic documents, or submitted electronically in the single State and local government service portal www.latvija.lv by filling in a special online form and using the means of personal identification available in the portal.

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3. If the Health Inspectorate, after having examined the notification referred to in Paragraph 2 of this Regulation, finds that the notification has not been filled in according to the sample provided in the Annex to this Regulation or is incomplete, it shall, within 30 working days after receipt of the notification, have the right to ask the service provider in writing to clarify the information.

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4. The service provider shall, within 10 working days after receipt of the request referred to in Paragraph 3 of this Regulation, submit to the Health Inspectorate documents certifying the elimination of the deficiencies.

5. If the service provider has not received the request of the Health Inspectorate referred to in Paragraph 3 of this Regulation within 30 working days after submission of the notification and also a repeated request referred to in Paragraph 3 of this Regulation within 10 working days after submission of the documents referred to in Paragraph 4 of this Regulation, it shall be deemed that the service provider has complied with the obligation stipulated in Section 38.1, Paragraph two of the Epidemiological Safety Law.

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6. The Health Inspectorate is entitled to inspect the compliance of the information submitted by the service provider.

7. The service provider shall inform the Health Inspectorate within 14 days about changes if the following information has changed:

7.1. given name and surname of the service provider if the service provider is a natural person or the firm name of the service provider if the service provider is a legal person;

7.2. legal address of the service provider if the service provider is a legal person;

7.3. name of the place of the provision of the service;

7.4. place of the provision of the service (the address);

7.5. type of the services provided;

7.6. contact details (telephone, e-mail, website);

7.7. date of the provision of the temporary service.

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8. The Health Inspectorate shall publish the following information about the service provider on its website:

8.1. given name and surname of the service provider if the service provider is a natural person or the firm name of the service provider if the service provider is a legal person;

8.2. location (the address) and name of the place of the provision of the service;

8.3. type of the services provided;

8.4. date of the provision of the temporary service;

8.5. information on violations established and also on the suspension and termination of the activity.

9. The service providers which have commenced the provision of the beauty treatment and tattooing services by 1 January 2016 shall submit the application referred to in Paragraph 2 of this Regulation to the Health Inspectorate by 1 March 2016.

10. This Regulation shall come into force on 1 January 2016.

Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma

Minister for Health Guntis Belēvičs

 

Annex
Cabinet Regulation No. 693
8 December 2015

[28 May 2019]

Notification of the Beauty Treatment and Tattooing Service Provider for the Commencement of the Economic Activity

I. Information on the Service Provider

1. For a legal person:

1.1. firm name  
1.2. registration number            
1.3. date of registration   .   .     .
1.4. legal address
  (street, name or number of the house, apartment number, city or village, rural area, municipality, postal code)

2. For a natural person:

2.1. given name, surname
2.2. personal identity number or  
personal identification number       -     
2.3. taxpayer's registration number
(applicable in case there is no personal identity
number or personal identification number)
          

II. Information on the Beauty Treatment and Tattooing Service

3. Name of the place of provision of the service (salon/room)
 
4. Address of the place of provision of the service
(for the mobile beauty treatment service provider to provide the address where it is possible to supervise the compliance with the hygiene requirements applicable to the service)
  (street, name or number of the house, apartment or room number, city or village, rural area, municipality, postal code)
5. Contact details for communication with the Health Inspectorate:
5.1. telephone number
5.2. e-mail
5.3. website
6. When (indicate a time period) it is planned to provide the service in the territory of Latvia (to be completed only by the temporary service provider of another European Union Member State)

III. Services provided (mark the appropriate)

  hairdresser
  manicure (except for the medical manicure)
  pedicure (except for the medical pedicure)
  cosmetology, beauty treatment, massage (except for the medical massage)
  cosmetic injections
    biorevitalisation
    mesotherapy micro-injection procedures
    other (specify)  
  solarium
  tattooing
  scarification
  micropigmentation
  piercing (including ear piercing)
  public swimming pool
  public bathing facility

I certify that all information provided in the notification is true.

I undertake to ensure the compliance of the beauty treatment or tattooing services provided with the requirements specified in laws and regulations governing the field of epidemiology.

I certify that the service is provided by persons whose knowledge complies with the requirements specified in laws and regulations governing the field of hygiene.

The notification was filled in by  
  (given name, surname)   (signature*)
Date of filling in the notification*   . . .

Note. * The details "date" and "signature" of the document need not be filled in if the electronic document has been drawn up in conformity with the laws and regulations regarding drawing up of electronic documents.


Translation © 2020 Valsts valodas centrs (State Language Centre)

 
Document information
Title: Kārtība, kādā skaistumkopšanas un tetovēšanas pakalpojumu sniedzēji paziņo par saimnieciskās .. Status:
In force
in force
Issuer: Cabinet of Ministers Type: regulation Document number: 693Adoption: 08.12.2015.Entry into force: 01.01.2016.Publication: Latvijas Vēstnesis, 242, 10.12.2015. OP number: 2015/242.9
Language:
LVEN
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