TITLE 77: PUBLIC HEALTH
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
SUBCHAPTER m: FOOD DRUGS AND COSMETICS
PART 797 BODY ART CODE
SECTION 797.300 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
Section 797.300 General Requirements
The following information shall be kept on file on the premises of a body art establishment and shall be available for inspection by the Department:
a) Body Artist/Apprentice information
1) Full names and exact duties;
2) Date of birth;
3) Home address;
4) Home and work telephone numbers;
5) Identification photographs;
6) Current places of employment;
7) Training documentation/certificates; and
8) Proof of completion of a bloodborne pathogen training program compliant with Bloodborne Pathogens, OSHA, 29 CFR 1910.1030.
b) Establishment Information
1) Name of Establishment;
2) Hours of Operation;
3) Owner's name and home address;
4) A copy of the operation procedure (see Section 797.300(c));
5) Owner's telephone numbers; and
6) A complete description of all body art procedures performed.
c) Emergency Procedures Information
The owner or operator of a body art establishment shall prepare, maintain and implement an operation procedure that meets the following requirements:
1) The operation procedure shall provide for response to the occurrence of any sudden, serious and unexpected sickness or injury that would lead a reasonable person, possessing an average knowledge of health, to believe that the sick or injured person requires urgent or unscheduled medical care.
2) The operation procedure shall include a method to address emergency situations, including, but not limited to, adverse reactions, anaphylactic reactions, and accidental needle sticks.
3) The operation procedure shall include procedures to be used when blood, plasma, serum or body fluids, such as semen, saliva, breast milk, vaginal secretions and any fluid contaminated with blood, are exposed to:
A) mucous membranes, including eye, mouth or other mucous membranes;
B) broken or non-intact skin;
C) abraded or irritated skin; or
D) skin surfaces that are otherwise compromised.
4) The operation procedure shall describe methods for obtaining appropriate medical care in the event of such an exposure and designate personnel to be notified in the event of an emergency.
5) The operation procedure must be maintained in the body art establishment in a location accessible to all employees.
c) The establishment shall also keep on file a copy of this Part.