All solariums in Denmark must be registered at the Danish Safety Technology Authority according to Act on Solariums, Act No. 718 of 25 June 2014.
The Act entered into force on the 1st of August 2014.
How to apply?
All solariums in Denmark must be registered at the Danish Safety Technology Authority. This appears from the Act on Solariums, Act No. 718 of 25 June 2014. From 1 August 2014 all newly established solariums must be registered before the solariums must be used..
The registration is made by sending information to the Danish Safety Technology Authority about:
- name and address of the solarium
- name of the owner or lessee
This information is compulsory.
Additionally, the Danish Safety Technology Authority wants some other information; this is, however, optional to provide:
- number of sunbeds with UV-type 1, 2, 3, 4 or unknown UV-type, respectively
- is the solarium operated with no permanent staff or is trained or untrained personnel employed?
Direct access to application
Requirements for non EU citizens and businesses
The same requirements apply as for EU citizens and businesses.
No fee required.
When can I expect an answer?
You will not get a reply after registration. The registration of a solarium will appear in the register with the mandatory information, which will be published on the Danish Safety Technology Authority’s website.
Who to contact for questions?
Danish Safety Technology Authority
Esbjerg Brygge 30
Tel.: +45 33 73 20 00
Fax: +45 33 73 20 99
Legal basis in Danish law
Act on solariums – lov nr. 718 af 25. juni 2014