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<p>Assembly Bill 99 & Assembly Bill 186 requires practitioners of ear/body piercing, tattooing and permanent cosmetic application to register with their County health department and comply with standards adopted by the California Department of Health Services.</p><br>
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<p>Assembly Bill 300, the Safe Body Art Act, effective July 1, 2012.  This Act requires practitioners to comply with specified requirements, including, among other things, client information and questionnaires, vaccination, bloodborne pathogen training, and sanitation.  The bill also requires the owner of a body art facility, as defined, to obtain and annually renew a health permit from the local enforcement agency, as specified, and to maintain the body art facility in a specified manner.  The owner must also comply with standards adopted by the California Department of Public Health.</p><br>
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<p>Existing law makes it a misdemeanor to ear/body pierce, tattoo or apply permanent cosmetics to a person under the age of 18 years, unless accompanied by that person's parent or guardian or as directed by a notarized statement by that person's parent or guardian.</p><br>
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Links to the web pages of all the California Counties' Health Departments can be found at:<br>
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Website links to all the health departments can be found at:  
[http://www.healthguideusa.org/california_county_health_departments.htm/ '''www.healthguideusa.org''']<br>
[http://www.healthguideusa.org/california_county_health_departments.htm/ '''www.healthguideusa.org''']<br>
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Assembly Bill 300, the Safe Body Art Act, effective July 1, 2012. This Act requires practitioners to comply with specified requirements, including, among other things, client information and questionnaires, vaccination, bloodborne pathogen training, and sanitation. The bill also requires the owner of a body art facility, as defined, to obtain and annually renew a health permit from the local enforcement agency, as specified, and to maintain the body art facility in a specified manner. The owner must also comply with standards adopted by the California Department of Public Health.


Website links to all the health departments can be found at: www.healthguideusa.org


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