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Section 160.11 of Title 19 of the NYCRR is amended as follows:

Section 160.11. Owner responsibilities

(a) An owner [, an area renter or both] shall be responsible for the proper conduct of the licensed business and for the proper provision of appearance enhancement services to the public by its employees or operators.

(b) An owner [, an area renter or both] shall be responsible for compliance with all applicable health and sanitary codes, and all statutory and regulatory requirements with respect to the practices of the occupation and business prescribed by this Part.

(c) An owner shall be responsible for maintaining the following equipment at each workstation, to be made available, upon request and without cost, to each person providing nail care services who uses such workstation:

(1) A properly fitting N-95 or N-100 respirator, approved by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (“NIOSH”), for each individual who uses such workstation, to reduce inhalation of dust and particulate matter;

(2) Protective gloves made of nitrile, or other similar non-permeable material for workers with a sensitivity to nitrile gloves, in quantities sufficient to allow each individual providing nail care services to have a new pair of gloves for each customer served; and

(3) Eye protection sufficient to protect from splashes when pouring or transferring potentially hazardous chemicals from bulk containers or when preparing potentially hazardous chemicals for use in nail care services.

(d) The requirements of Subdivisions (a) and (b) were in effect prior to the filing of this emergency regulation, and remain in continuous full force and effect. Subdivision (c) of this Section shall take effect on June 15, 2015.