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Hairdressers Act (Northern Ireland) 1939

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2Power of district council to make byelaws.N.I.

(1)A [F1 district council] may, from time to time, make byelaws, for all or any of the following purposes:—

(a)For the inspection of any premises in which the trade or business of barber or hairdresser is carried on;

(b)For securing the cleanliness and the proper lighting and ventilation of such premises;

(c)For prescribing precautions to be taken in such premises against infection or contamination;

(d)For insuring that any person employed in such premises as barber or hairdresser shall have received efficient instruction in the use of any utensils or apparatus employed and in hygienic methods of working;

(e)For insurance against liabilities to third parties arising out of the trade or business of barber or hairdresser carried on in such premises.

Subs.(2) rep. by 1972 c.9 (NI)

(3)Any officer authorised by the [F2 district council] shall for the purposes of this Act have power to enter and inspect at any reasonable time, and on production of his authority, any premises which such officer has reason to believe are used for the purpose of carrying on the trade or business of barber or hairdresser.

(4)Any person who obstructs or impedes any such officer in the exercise of his powers under this section shall be guilty of an offence under this Act.

F1SRO (NI) 1973/211

F2SRO (NI) 1973/211

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