No, A.R.S. §32-541(C) requires that all salons in the state of Arizona have an individual "designated as the manager of the
salon". Effective August 2, 2012, this manager may, but is no longer required to, hold a personal license to be designated as the
manager. Salon owners and managers must always remember that the Board's Rule, A.A.C. R4-10-113 specifies the manager's duties
and responsibilities as follows:
R4-10-113. Establishment Management
A. The manager of each establishment shall ensure that:
1. Licenses, notices, and the Board's most recent inspection sheet are prominently displayed;
2. The establishment and all licensees in a salon, school, or a mobile services area have current licenses;
3. Infection control and safety standards are maintained.
B. The Salon and school owner and salon and school manager or director shall be responsible for all violations enumerated in
subsection (A), occurring within the salon, school, or mobile service areas.
C. If a salon owner rents or leases space within the salon to a person who obtains a separate salon license, that second licensee
and their salon manager and the owner shall each be responsible for all violations of requirements enumerated in subsection
(A) occurring within the second licensee's portion of the salon, and are each responsible for the common area.
New Section R4-10-113 renumbered from Section R4-10-110 by final rulemaking at 5 A.A.R. 1791, effective May 18, 1999 (Supp. 00-2).