Mandatory Hygiene Course
The new tattoo law from 2018 requires that cosmetic and traditional tattooists, among other things, complete a mandatory hygiene course.
It's time to get your paperwork in order, as you can no longer legally perform permanent makeup after July 1, 2021, unless you have completed two mandatory courses:
A hygiene course for pmu-artists and tattooists (this course)
See the new regulation on hygiene course for tattooists.
The course is combined:
A practical day at the course center.
Curriculum and program for the practical day:
Transmission routes and infection risks associated with tattooing
Hand hygiene and demonstration of how hand hygiene is correctly performed
Correct use of protective equipment
Infection hygiene requirements for premises, fixtures, and layout at tattooing sites
Division of the tattooing site into clean and unclean areas
Cleaning and disinfection of premises, fixtures, and equipment
11.30-11.40: Coffee break
Cleaning, disinfection, and sterilization of tattoo equipment for repeated use and demonstration that you can perform this
Correct infection hygiene handling of tattoo ink
Storage of tattoo ink as well as sterile and clean tattoo equipment
Preparation of the skin before tattooing
Correct infection hygiene handling in connection with tattooing
Advice to the customer about aftercare of the tattoo
14.00-16.00: Practical training
Participants are divided into groups, and each group demonstrates that they can handle tattoo equipment and materials correctly in accordance with the hygiene requirements
Each participant demonstrates correct hand hygiene
16.00-16.30: Evaluation and issuance of course certificates
Without a diploma for the completed professional course and hygiene course, your business becomes illegal
A diploma from a hygiene course for cosmetic and traditional tattooists is proof that a tattooist has undergone and passed an education that covers hygiene principles specifically related to the tattooing industry.
The purpose of such a course is to ensure that tattooists are trained to protect both themselves and their clients against health risks associated with the tattooing process.
It is mandatory for tattooists to have such a hygiene diploma to operate a tattooing business or work in the industry as part of their professional license requirements.
Join the most important Association for Permanent Makeup Practitioners
There are, of course, multiple benefits to membership, which supports, protects, and strengthens you professionally.
An association that dermatologists, cosmetic and medical practitioners, and educational centers are members of.
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