Mechanical Specialty Codes:
What Facility Owners Should Know
On April 1, 2007 the Department of Consumer Business Services (DCBS), Buildings Codes Division
(BCD) adopted the 2007 Oregon Mechanical Specialty Code, which included revisions to the ventilation requirements found in Chapter 4. These changes may impact facilities offering nail technology services.
The Mechanical Specialty Code requires facilities providing nail technology services, including manicures and pedicures, to meet the following ventilation standards in NEW or renovated structures (Work which requires building/mechanical permit):
Protecting the health, safety and rights of Oregon consumers
The Health Licensing Office (HLO) is a central licensing and regulatory agency that
oversees multiple health and related professions. HLO protects the health, safety and rights of Oregon consumers by ensuring only qualified applicants are authorized to practice. HLO reviews and approves applicant qualifications, conducts examinations, inspects thousands of licensed facilities and independent contractors, responds to and investigates consumer complaints, and disciplines licensees who are found in violation of state requirements.
The Board of Cosmetology is one of multiple health and related volunteer citizen boards overseen by the HLO.
For inquiries, visit HLO's website above, call 503-378-8667, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.