Connecticut General Statutes 19a-232 – Tanning facilities. Use of tanning devices by minors prohibited. Fines and enforcement
(a) As used in this section:
(1) “Consumer” means any individual who (A) is provided access to a tanning facility in exchange for a fee or other compensation, or (B) in exchange for a fee or other compensation, is afforded use of a tanning device as a condition or benefit of membership or access;
(2) “Operator” means an individual designated by the tanning facility to control operation of the tanning facility and to instruct and assist the consumer in the proper operation of the tanning device;
(3) “Tanning device” means any equipment that emits radiation used for tanning of the skin, such as a sunlamp, tanning booth or tanning bed that emits ultraviolet radiation, and includes any accompanying equipment, such as timers or handrails; and
(4) “Tanning facility” means any place where a tanning device is used for a fee, membership dues or other compensation.
(b) An operator shall not allow any person under seventeen years of age to use a tanning device. Any operator who, knowing that a person is under seventeen years of age or under circumstances where such operator should know that a person is under seventeen years of age, allows such person to use a tanning device shall be fined not more than one hundred dollars. Such fine shall be payable to the municipal health department or health district for the municipality in which the tanning facility is located.
(c) Any municipal health department established under this chapter and any district department of health established under chapter 368f may, within its available resources, enforce the provisions of this section.