Another Florida Rules Change – Display of License Requirement for Massage Therapist

Here is the latest rule change for Florida Massage Therapists:

64B7-28.008 Display of Licenses.

(1) Each licensed practitioner shall conspicuously display a current license issued by the Department, or photo copy thereof, at each location at which he or she practices.

(a) Effective on August 1, 2012, for each initial license or duplicate license issued the licensee must attach to the displayed license a 2 inch by 2 inch photograph of the individual whose name appears on the certificate which was taken within the previous two years.

(b) Effective on September 1, 2013, the licensee must attach to the displayed license a 2 by 2 inch photograph of the individual whose name appears on the certificate which was taken within the previous two years.

(2) Each apprentice shall conspicuously display his or her apprentice certificate issued by the Board office, in the establishment for which it has been issued. Effective on August 1, 2012, the licensee must attach to the displayed license a 2 inch by 2 inch photograph of the individual whose name appears on the certificate which was taken within the previous two years.

(3) The owner of each massage establishment shall conspicuously display a current establishment license issued by the Department on the premises.

Even though you should learn about this in your biennial renewal class, or during the endorsement process, I though you might like an early warning about getting a passport-style photo taken (like Walgreens) and adding this to your display license so you can be ready for your next establishment inspection.

 

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