Tanning Establishments Program & Body Art Program

Tanning Establishments Program & Body Art Program

Inspections of Tanning and Body Art Facilities

The Environmental Health Division carries out regular inspections of all tanning bed establishments and body art facilities in the County. Licensing and inspections of tanning and body art facilities reduces the risk to the public using these facilities.

The Environmental Health Division is the authorized agent for IDPH to conduct inspections of all tanning bed and body art facilities in the County of Will. The Environmental Health Division inspectors are certified and trained by IDPH to ensure that all tanning and body art facilities are operated in accordance with the state regulations as set forth in the Tanning Facility Permit Act, the Tanning Facilities Code and the Body Art Code.

For more information about opening a tanning facility or body art facility, contact IDPH at 217-785-2439.

 

Filing a Complaint

Filing a Complaint

How to File a Complaint with the Will County Health Department Environmental Health Division

The Will County Health Department Environmental Division processes complaints from the public involving food establishments (whether it be food borne or non-food borne issues), swimming and body art facilities and problem with sewage and wells.

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Illinois Food Handling Regulation Enforcement Act

The Illinois Food Handling Regulation Enforcement Act (410 ILCS 625), amended by SB1495, passed into law on August 27, 2013, changes the existing training and certification requirements for food safety managers, as well as establishes food handler training requirements. 

 

MOSQUITO NUMBERS: 131 BATCHES TESTED, 17 POSITIVE FOR WNV

MOSQUITO NUMBERS: 131 BATCHES TESTED, 17 POSITIVE FOR WNV

Latest Positive Samples Include from Joliet, Frankfort, Lockport

Seventeen positive samples out of the 131 that have been collected this mosquito season.
LATEST POSITIVE WEST NILE MOSQUITO TESTS INCLUDE FIRST ONE FROM SHOREWOOD

LATEST POSITIVE WEST NILE MOSQUITO TESTS INCLUDE FIRST ONE FROM SHOREWOOD

Other Positive Batches from Frankfort, Mokena, New Lenox, Bolingbrook

Five additional collected mosquito samples that tested positive for West Nile Virus, all of which were collected in late July.
WEST NILE UPDATE: TWO MORE MOSQUITO BATCHES TEST POSITIVE

WEST NILE UPDATE: TWO MORE MOSQUITO BATCHES TEST POSITIVE

Total of Seven Positive Batches Now Collected from 12 Different Health Department Traps

The two samples were collected on July 21st in Joliet and July 24th in Crete.
BATS FOUND IN LOCKPORT HOME TEST POSITIVE FOR RABIES

BATS FOUND IN LOCKPORT HOME TEST POSITIVE FOR RABIES

House Located in Wooded Area, Investigation Continues

A first batch of multiple bats tested negative for rabies, but a second batch came up positive.
POSITIVE WEST NILE VIRUS MOSQUITO SAMPLE IN BOLINGBROOK

POSITIVE WEST NILE VIRUS MOSQUITO SAMPLE IN BOLINGBROOK

Sample Collected in Central Park on July 12th

WILL COUNTY HAS STATE'S FIRST WEST NILE VIRUS HUMAN CASE OF 2017

WILL COUNTY HAS STATE'S FIRST WEST NILE VIRUS HUMAN CASE OF 2017

Male Resident of Crete, 67, Diagnosed in Late June

A Will County resident in his 60s became ill at the end of June.
FOURTH OF JULY PICNIC TIME: KEEP FOOD SAFE

FOURTH OF JULY PICNIC TIME: KEEP FOOD SAFE

"Temperature Danger Zone" Must be Avoided

Common health and safety tips are often overlooked when everyone is out to have a good time.
Prevent West Nile Virus by Eliminating Mosquito Breeding Places

Prevent West Nile Virus by Eliminating Mosquito Breeding Places

Reduce your Risk of becoming Infected by following these Tips

Reduce your risk of becoming infected by following these tips to eliminate standing water.

SWIMMING TIME MEANS INSPECTION TIME FOR WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

SWIMMING TIME MEANS INSPECTION TIME FOR WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Inspections Taking Place at Beeches, Pool Facilities

Water at 12 beach facilities and 132 pool facilities will be receiving regular inspections.
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