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. 

 

WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT IS THERE TO TEST YOUR WELL WATER

WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT IS THERE TO TEST YOUR WELL WATER

Those With Private Wells Encouraged to do Annual Testing

If you live in a house that receives its water from a private well, getting it tested is as easy as a trip to the Will County Health Department.

CHEESE RECALL RELATED TO LISTERIA MONOCYTOGENES

CHEESE RECALL RELATED TO LISTERIA MONOCYTOGENES

More than 130 additional cheeses and products containing cheeses are under recall because of Listeria monocytogenes found in cheese produced by Deutsch Kase Haus LLC.

A variety of cheese brands are involved, including Sargento, Sara Lee, Saputo, Dutch Valley and Guggisberg, as well as a variety of store-branded products sold by Meijer, Albertsons, H-E-B and other retailers.

RADON TEST KITS STILL AVAILABLE AT WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

RADON TEST KITS STILL AVAILABLE AT WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

New Shipment has Arrived; Test Your Home for Radon

Joliet- The Will County Health Department still has radon test kits available.

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NEW STATE LAW ON SCHOOL WATER TESTING FILLED FEDERAL LAW GAP

Requires Testing in Public and Private Schools Built Prior to 2000

Joliet- After the Flint lead crisis, when it was noticed by many that federal law does not require schools to test for and address neurotoxic lead in their drinking water, Illinois was one of the states that took action.

RADON INFORMATION FOR HOMEBUYERS

Video Available Concerning Those Purchasing a Home

Joliet- Real estate professionals and home sellers in Illinois have a new tool to help them meet state legal requirements regarding radon in homes. A three-minute video developed by the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) and the American Lung Association in Illinois (ALAIL) is now available to ensure home buyers receive information about radon as required by the Illinois Radon Awareness Act.

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YOUR BEST NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION: CHECK THE AIR YOU BREATHE AT HOME

YOUR BEST NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION: CHECK THE AIR YOU BREATHE AT HOME

January is Radon Action Month

Joliet- January is Radon Action Month, and the Will County Health Department is once again offering simple kits that allow you to test the air in your own home for $8.00.

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Food Handler Training Now Available Through WCHD

Illinois Food Handling Regulation Enforcement Act

Health Department Warns Of Health Risks Posed By Mexican-Style Cheese From An Unlicensed Source

Statewide Investigation Ongoing

JOLIET – The Will County Health Department is teaming with the Illinois Department of Public Health, and local health jurisdictions across the state to warn consumers of health risks posed by Mexican-style cheese produced from an unlicensed dairy source.

Remember Food Safety During Holiday Meal Planning

Food Safety Tips

JOLIET --  Family dinners take on special significance during the holiday season, and food safety is especially important during those festive holiday gatherings.  The Will County Health Department reminds area residents that simple precautions can help to ensure that foodborne illnesses don’t ruin your holiday feasts. The following food safety tips should help to ensure that your holiday meals are a smashing success.
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