Camps, RV and Recreation Parks
Camps, like a small community, have similar environmental concerns and safety problems. Improper placement of recreational vehicles and incorrect utility connections on those vehicles or inadequate environmental controls can contribute to the spread of communicable diseases and/or cause injuries.
The goal of these programs is to reduce the potential for the spread of communicable diseases and/or injuries and assure that recreational parks and camps are maintained in compliance with applicable laws and rules through inspections of parks/camps and education of operators. For more information, please call 330-926-5600.
Pools, Spas, Beaches
Waters used for recreational purposes are subject to a variety of environmental influences
which can affect the health and/or safety of individuals using those waters.
The goals of these programs are to minimize safety hazards, reduce the potential for disease transmission and assure that waters used for recreational purposes are operated and maintained in compliance with the applicable ordinances through inspection of facilities and education of operators. For more information, please call 330-926-5600.
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Tattooing and Body Art
The use of improperly sanitized needles and instruments for invasive procedures on the human body and/or procedures being completed by inadequately trained individuals can contribute to the spread of communicable diseases and/or cause permanent injury.
The goal of this program is to assure that businesses performing tattooing or body piercing procedures do so in a manner that meets safety and sanitation standards and with staff adequately trained to perform the procedures through inspection of businesses and education of operators. For more information, please call 330-926-5600.
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