Float Tanks: Review of Current Guidance and Considerations for Public Health Inspectors
The growing popularity of “floatation” and the ways in which this practice differs from the use of pools and spas have raised interesting questions in environmental public health. Public health agencies in the US and Canada have taken very different approaches to the classification and regulation (or non-regulation) of these facilities. Continuing engagement amongst environmental health practitioners, regulatory agencies, and industry may help to ensure that standards applied to float tanks are both appropriate to the activity and protective of public health.
|Publication Date||Jul 14, 2016|
|Author||Beaudet S, Eykelbosh A|
|Posted by NCCEH||Jul 14, 2016|