Business premises and technical equipment
The activity may only be carried out in a suitable business premise, however, only exceptionally may it also be carried out outside the business premises and at customers' homes if they cannot access the premises where the activity is taking place due to physical or mental disability or any other reasons.
The activity must be pursued in accordance with best hygiene practices (includes provision of hygiene-technical conditions, maintenance of equipment and tools, cleaning, disinfection, personnel training and waste management. The holder of the activity must ensure that the equipment, tools, appliances and products used comply with the prescribed requirements.
- the facilities must meet minimum health, hygiene and technical conditions, depending on the type of activity pursued in them;
- hot and cold potable water supply must be ensured;
- waste collection and management must be in accordance with the rules governing the management of waste;
- the size, arrangement, implementation and equipment of working and auxiliary premises must enable effective cleaning and disinfection, effective natural or artificial ventilation and adequate lighting according to the size of the premise and activity pursued to prevent cross-contamination between individual procedures;
- in the working or auxiliary premise there must be a first aid box and/or kit;
- and in the premise where the activity is pursued it is necessary to ensure toilets. The toilets must be equipped with a washbasin with hot and cold water, liquid soap and single-use towels. Clients may use the same toilets as the staff, except in saunas.
- the equipment must be technically flawless, regularly maintained and serviced in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions;
- the equipment and tools which come into contact with the external parts of the human body must be clean, made of materials that allow adequate cleaning, maintenance and, where necessary, disinfection and/or sterilisation;
- a plan for the sterilisation of the equipment and tools must be made for the sterilisation of the equipment and tools which must include: what is sterilised, when the sterilisation takes place, who performs it, sterilisation methods, control of steriliser functioning with chemical indicators and the method of waste management;
- when the sitting and lying surfaces come into direct contact with the skin of the user, single use covers are used, except in saunas.