Body Art: Tattooing, Permanent Cosmetics & Piercing

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Tattooing, Permanent Cosmetics & Piercing Program

All individuals who perform tattooing, permanent cosmetics and body piercing (body art) activities within the county are registered with the Amador County Health Department. California Health and Safety Code requires the registration of these activities. Amador County Environmental Health Department conducts the inspections and helps the Health Department to regulate these facilities.

This program provides guidance for maintaining a safe and sanitary environment during body art activities. The goal of this program is to prevent exposure to blood borne pathogens (pathogenic organisms found in blood that can cause disease in humans), such as, the Hepatitis B virus, Hepatitis C virus, and HIV.

Forms, Fees and Links to Useful Information:

Forms
Registration For Individuals Performing Tattooing, Permanent Cosmetics & Body Piercing --to be completed and taken to Amador County Health Department, 10877 Conductor Boulevard, Sutter Creek (209) 223-6407.  A $55 fee will be due.
Application for Permit to Operate Form --  to be completed and taken to Amador County Environmental Health, 810 Court Street, Jackson (209) 223-6439, after registering with the Health Department.  A fee of $160 will be collected for the annual operating permit.
Application for Permit to Operate Update Form  --to be completed upon a change of address, phone number, contact person, etc. and provided to Amador County Environmental Health, 810 Court Street, Jackson, CA  95642 (209) 223-6439.

Fees
Fees for Annual Permit and Inspection

Standards to follow
Body Art - Chapter 7, Calif Health & Safety Code 119300 - 119328
 

 

    

 

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