The Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation and nuclear safety has published the draft of a regulation on the protection against harmful effects of artificial ultraviolet radiation on its Internet site. This draft regulation is based on paragraphs 3 and 5 of above non-ionising para 2 of the law for the protection of radiation when applying to the people by July 29, 2009 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 2433). According to 3 NiSG may be attachments that can emit non-ionizing radiation for cosmetic purposes or other applications to the people outside the medical or dentistry only operated if during operation the NiSG complied requirements set in a regulation according to 5. These include establishing certain limits, as well as certain operational and personal needs.
These requirements are now defined with the design of the UV-protective regulation. Certain limits be set in section 1 para 1, which may not be exceeded when the solarium equipment. Continue to set, that UV goggles be kept ready in sufficient numbers and these goggles is issued to each customer from the sunlight ( 1 para 2 No. 1 UVSV), irradiation by a unit, the variable distances of the irradiated person admits to the device, the required minimum ( 1 para 2 No. 2 UVSV), the devices over an emergency shut-down and in some cases have a forced shutdown ( 1 para 2 No. 3), No. 5 UVSV), certain settings on the devices to the dosage of irradiation can be made ( 1 para 2 No. 4, no. 6 UVSV), qualified personnel must participate in training and education by officially accredited educational institutions where specific skills are taught and thereon a certificate is issued ( 4 para 3, 5 Annex 6 UVSV), a person qualified as a professional during the operating hours for the customer contact and the solarium device test is present ( 4 para 1 No.