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HEALTH public health publishes Law 26.799 prohibited the use of teams of emission of intended UV tanning to minors. Sanctioned: 21 November 2012 fact promulgated: 26 December 2012 the Senate and Chamber of deputies of the Argentina nation gathered in Congress, etc. sanctioned with force of law: prohibition of equipment of emission of RAYS ULTRAVIOLET for TANNING article 1 ° - prohibit the use of equipment of emission of intended UV tanning, either solar or beds similar to minors, in establishments that provide the public service of Tan, except for cases of therapeutic necessity justified by medical professionals.
Article 2 ° - establishments which provide public service tanning by teams of emission of ultraviolet rays, they are subject to the following obligations: to) display in a visible place a sign, that inform users that the use of such apparatus is prohibited for minors, with the exception established in article 1; b) provide information, in the form of informed consent, on possible damage generated in the skin by the cumulative effect of ultraviolet rays, in the form determined by regulation; (c) having personnel who possess the basic knowledge of first aid.
Article 3 ° - the enforcement authority should draw up a protocol for monitoring and periodic review of the operation of the equipment set out in this law.
Article 4° - will be considered violations of this law, the following conduct: to) allow the use of equipment of emission of ultraviolet rays used for tanning, either bed sunlamps, or similar, to minors; ((b) failure to display the poster referred to in subparagraph a) of article 2, in the manner described there; ((c) the non-provision of the information described in subparagraph (b)) of article 2; d) lack of staff having the knowledge described in subparagraph (c)) of article 2; (e) the actions or omissions that are not mentioned in the preceding subparagraphs, committed in breach of the obligations laid down in this law.
(https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/RG5JYnVMZGlYNE5ycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 article 5 °-them infringements to the present law, prior instruction of summary that guarantees the right of Defense of the alleged infringing and others guarantees constitutional, without prejudice of other responsibilities administrative, civil, criminal or ethical to any place, will be sanctioned with: to) warning; (b) fine that must be updated by the national executive power on a yearly basis in accordance with the price index official of the National Institute of statistics and censuses - INDEC-, since mil pesos ($ 1,000) to 1 million pesos ($ 1,000,000), likely to be increased up to tenfold in the case of recidivism; (c) closing, total or partial, temporary or permanent, depending on the seriousness of the cause or reiteration of the same, of the premises or establishment in which it had committed the offence; (d) suspension or disqualification in the exercise of the activity or profession until a period of three (3) years; in case of extreme gravity or multiple repetition of the infringements or the disqualification shall be final.
Article 6 ° - the Ministry of health is the authority for the application of this Act and must be promoted within the framework of the Federal Board of health - COFESA-, its execution and control at the level of the provinces and the autonomous city of Buenos Aires.
Article 7 ° - are invited to the provinces and the autonomous city of Buenos Aires to join the regime enshrined in this law.
Article 8 ° - the Executive power will regulate this law within sixty (60) days of its enactment.
Article 9 ° - contact the national executive power. GIVEN IN THE CHAMBER OF THE CONGRESO ARGENTINO, BUENOS AIRES, TWENTY-ONE DAYS OF THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER IN THE YEAR TWO THOUSAND TWELVE. -REGISTERED UNDER NO. 26.799 - AMADO BOUDOU. -JULIAN A. DOMINGUEZ. -Gervasio Bozzano. -John H. Estrada.
Date of publication: 28/12/2012 https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/RG5JYnVMZGlYNE5ycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09
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