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City of Easton, PA. If you do not agree to the Terms of Use, please do not use eCode Pin open the table of contents Table of Contents. Amendments noted where applicable. Public health standards — See Ch. This chapter establishes sterilization, sanitation and safety standards for persons engaged in this business of tattooing, permanent cosmetics, ear and body piercing and body art, in order to protect the public's health, including licensing such businesses.

This chapter shall govern all businesses that offer tattooing, body piercing and body art. The provisions below are to be considered minimum standards and are to be in addition to any standards currently in effect or which may be established in the future by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or the federal government. The following words and terms, as used in this chapter, shall have the following meaning, unless the content already indicates otherwise:. All s and health certificates may be issued at any time during the year, subject to renewal annually.

All applications shall be made to the Bureau of Health. All s shall be conspicuously displayed in the applicant's place of business at all times. All health certificates shall be immediately available upon request of the Chief Health Administrator. The Board shall not issue any unless:. Such fee shall be in addition to any other fees required by the City, county, state or federal government. All s shall be conditioned upon continued compliance with the City Health Code.

No persons, firm or corporation shall operate a tattoo studio without first obtaining a permit from the Bureau of Health and paying an initial application, inspection and fee and thereafter a yearly inspection and fee, as specified in Chapter , Fees. An application for a permit to operate a tattoo studio or perform the work of a tattooist shall be on forms provided by the Bureau of Health, which shall set forth the name, residence and business address and telephone of the applicant, the names of the persons operating the establishment and such additional information which the Bureau of Health may require to determine whether the provisions of the Health Code are being complied with and to enforce these provisions.

Any business currently in operation as a tattoo studio, as covered herein, prior to the introduction of this chapter, and which is otherwise properly d to do business in Easton, Pennsylvania, must make application within days of adoption of this chapter and otherwise be in compliance with the standards set forth herein within 30 days. A tattoo studio must be in a permanent, nondwelling building or portion of a building which is in compliance with applicable Building Code and must be in a location which is permissible under local zoning codes, if any.

The tattoo studio shall be separated from living quarters by complete floor-to-ceiling partitioning and shall contain no access to living quarters. The tattoo studio or temporary location shall be maintained in a sanitary condition. The walls, ceilings and floors shall be kept in good repair. Tattooing areas shall be constructed of smooth, hard surfaces that are nonporous, free of open holes or cracks, light-colored and easily cleaned.

New tattoo studios shall not include dark-colored surfaces in the tattooing area. Existing tattoo studios with dark-colored surfaces in the tattooing area shall replace the dark-colored surfaces with light-colored surfaces whenever the facilities are extensively remodeled. Tattoo studio or temporary location shall have adequate lighting of at least 50 footcandles of illumination in the tattooing area. Adequate ventilation shall be provided. Each tattoo studio or temporary location shall be equipped with hand-washing facilities for its personnel with unobstructed access to the tattoo area such that a tattooist can return to the tattoo area without having to touch anything with his hands.

Hand-washing facilities shall be equipped with hot and cold or tempered running water, liquid germicidal soap, single-service towels or other approved hand-drying devices and a refuse container. Such facilities shall be kept clean and in good repair. Animals are not permitted in the tattoo studio or temporary locations, except for guide or service animals accompanying persons with disabilities or non-mammalian animals in enclosed glass containers such as fish aquariums, which shall be outside the tattooing area.

Smoking shall be prohibited in the tattoo area. Consumption of alcoholic beverages shall be prohibited in tattoo studios or temporary locations. The tattoo studio or temporary location shall be kept free of rodents and vermin and protected from infestation by insects and shall be exterminated by a professional d exterminator, as required, with a copy of said report. If tattooing is performed where cosmetology services are provided, it shall be performed in an area that is separate and enclosed.

The facilities must have obtained a clear certificate of occupancy from the appropriate City officials. All tattooists while applying tattoos shall wear clean outer garments and maintain a high degree of personal cleanliness and conform to hygienic practices while on duty.

All tattooists shall wash their hands thoroughly using hot or tempered water with a liquid germicidal soap before and after applying a tattoo and as often as necessary to remove contaminants. All tattooists must wear single-serve examination gloves while assembling tattoo equipment and while applying tattoos and intradermal cosmetics.

When tattoo sessions are interrupted or immediately after gloves are torn or perforated:. Tattooists shall be free of communicable disease, open sores or exudative lesions while applying tattoos. The area of the client's skin to be tattooed shall be cleaned with a germicidal skin preparation and the tattooist shall treat the skin with seventy-percent isopropyl alcohol, iodophor or other United States Food and Drug Administration-approved antiseptic products.

If shaving is required, razors shall be single-service. Each tattooist or any person performing any cosmetic procedure in the tattoo studio or temporary location shall have the education, training and experience, or any combination thereof, to practice aseptic technique. All tattoo procedures shall be performed using aseptic technique.

The application for will be made to the Clerk of the City, and the Chief Health Administrator is authorized to confirm that all other permits required for the operation have been obtained prior to issuance of a . Upon disapproval of any of the above, the Chief Health Administrator shall refuse to approve the application. In the event of an appeal by the applicant, a hearing shall be held before the Board, at which all of the above officials who have disapproved the application shall be present and shall present the reasons for their disapproval.

If the application for a is for an existing business establishment or other use, upon rejection of an application the Chief Health Administrator shall immediately order the discontinuance of the business establishment or other use of the area, premises, building or structure with s giving notice thereof and shall notify the Chief of Police that the starting or continuance of the business in that place is forbidden.

No person shall knowingly make to or file with the Board or the Chief Health Administrator any false return, statement or report relative to any matter concerning which a report or return may be legally required of or should be made by such person. No person shall make any false, untruthful or misleading statement in any application to or filed with the Board or the Chief Health Administrator for a , health certificate or for any purpose for which an application may be required.

The Clerk of the City shall not issue any for the operation of any business, establishment or other use subject to the City Health Code under the licensing jurisdiction in the City until an approved copy of the s and health certificates of all employees concerned, if the or health certificates are required by the City Health Code, have been received by him for the Board on such forms as are prescribed by the Board.

Except as permitted in Subsection B of this section, a client must be a minimum of 18 years of age and have a positive identification card such as a driver's , passport or other picture identification in their possession. The tattooist shall verify and document in the permanent client record the client's age, date of birth and the type of identification provided.

A tattooist may tattoo a person younger than 18 years of age only if he does so in the presence of the person's parent or guardian and obtains written and notarized consent from a parent or guardian. No person may be tattooed who appears to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Tattooing shall not be performed on a skin surface which manifests any evident of unhealthy conditions, such as rashes, boils, infections or abrasions.

Before receiving a tattoo, each client shall be informed in writing about the possible risk and dangers associated with the application of each tattoo. These shall include but are not limited to at least the following: the possibility of discomfort or pain, the permanence of the markings, the risk of infection and the possibility of allergic reaction to the pigments or other materials used. The written consent shall include:.

The tattoo studio or temporary location shall maintain proper records of each client. The information shall be permanently recorded and made available for examination by the authorized agent. Records shall be maintained at the tattoo studio for at least two years following the date of the last entry.

The holder shall maintain the temporary location's client records. These permanent records shall include the following:. A tattoo studio or temporary location is required to utilize tools and equipment for tattooing that have been properly sterilized and kept in a sterile condition. The tattoo studio or temporary location shall use sterilization equipment that is approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration for the purpose of sterilization and adequate in size to accommodate needles, tubes, tips and other necessary utensils and equipment.

A copy of the manufacturer's recommended procedures for operation of the sterilization unit s must be available for inspection by an authorized agent. Equipment requiring sterilization shall be packed in packages approved for the sterilization unit. Equipment shall be packed individually or as a set, provided such set is intended to be used for a single tattoo procedure.

Each package shall be labeled with the date of sterilization and the initials of the person sterilizing. Packaged sterilized equipment shall be stored in a clean dust-tight container when not in use. Each tattoo studio or temporary location shall maintain sterilization records. The information shall be permanently recorded and made available for examination by an authorized agent in the tattoo studio for at least two years from the date of the last entry.

These permanent records shall be maintained at the studio and shall include the following:. Sterilized equipment stored in an approved manner and not used within 30 days after sterilization shall no longer be considered sterile and shall be resterilized before use, unless the studio or temporary location utilizes presterilized equipment sterilized by the manufacturer.

If presterilized equipment is used, the tattooist shall obtain documentation from the manufacturer that describes the method of sterilization utilized by the manufacturer and the manufacturer's recommendations for storage and maintenance of sterility. The documentation shall be available for inspection by an authorized agent. The tattooist shall follow the manufacturer's instructions for storage and maintenance of sterility. One of the following methods of sterilization shall be used. Each time a tattoo is applied the client shall receive oral and written instructions on the care of the newly applied tattoo.

The client shall a written statement in the permanent client record acknowledging that the client has received a copy of the written care instructions and that the client has read and understands the instruction. The written care instructions shall contain at least the following items:.

Reusable needles, bars and tubes shall be constructed in a manner that permits easy cleaning and sterilization. All dyes or pigments used in tattooing shall be nontoxic, free from adulteration and made from materials generally regarded as safe. Only single-service pigment or dye containers shall be used for each client. Individual containers of dye or pigment shall be discarded after use. In order to minimize transmission of body fluids and disease, single-service plastic covers shall be used to cover spray bottles or other reusable accessories for multiple client use that are handled by the tattooist during application of tattoos to multiple clients.

All tattoo stencils shall be single-service. Petroleum jellies, soaps and other products used in the application of stencils shall be dispensed and applied using aseptic technique and in a manner to prevent contamination of the original container and its contents. The applicator shall be single-service.

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