All massage establishments that employ only massage practitioners who are certified by the CAMTC pursuant to the California Business and Professions Code, must provide copies of those certificates, and the home and work addresses of those massage practitioners to the San Francisco Department of Public Health for all massage practitioners employed by the establishment. The massage establishment must provide notice of any changes within thirty (30) days.
All massage establishments that employ only massage practitioners who are certified by CAMTC must notify the Department if any CAMTC certified massage practitioner loses their CAMTC certification.
Any massage establishment that employs any massage practitioner who is not certified by CAMTC must obtain a permit to operate a massage establishment from the San Francisco Department of Public Health in accordance with this Article 29.
Upon notice from CAMTC, that the CAMTC certification of a massage practitioner has been suspended or revoked, the Department shall send written notice to the massage establishment that it must obtain a permit from the San Francisco Department of Public Health in order to continue to operate, and that it must apply for the permit within thirty (30) days of the notice. Failure to either apply for a San Francisco permit or to regain exempt status by employing only CAMTC-certified massage practitioners within thirty (30) days, may result in administrative penalties as set forth in this Article 29, Section 29.27.
(Added by Ord. 262-13, File No. 130400, App. 11/27/2013, Eff. 12/27/2013)