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Florida Tattoo Course – Approved for Tattoo Artists, Cosmetic Tattooing, Permanent Makeup
Florida Department of Health Approved Online Training
|Approvals/Accreditation: Alabama Department of Public Health|
California Dept of Public Health / California Counties Approved – Full List
Florida Department of Health (Piercers Renewal – Florida Tattoo Course)
Minnesota Department of Health, Washington State Department of Licensing
South Carolina Dept. of Health and Env. Control, Iowa Department of Health
Oregon Health Lic. Agency (2011-06T), Hawaii Dept. of Health – Approval
Approved/Accepted By Major States/Local Agencies: List of States
Florida Tattoo Course for for Tattoo Artists, Cosmetic Tattooing, Permanent Makeup or Micropigmentation, and Students or Apprentices Licensing Application (Click Here): All persons who tattoo the body of a human being must be licensed in Florida as a tattoo artist. This includes persons who practice cosmetic tattooing, which is also known as permanent makeup or micropigmentation, and students or apprentices who tattoo human beings as part of their tattoo training. Effective January 1, 2013, any unlicensed person engaged in tattooing will be subject to administrative penalties.All artists must complete a department-approved, industry-specific bloodborne pathogens and communicable diseases course with a minimum examination score of 70%.
States Approval/Acceptance: Body art regulation differs from place to place. Many States / Local Health Departments / Licensing Agencies do not endorse nor approve bloodborne pathogens classes or trainers, but accepts body art industry specific nationally accredited courses that meets OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard 29CFR 1090.1030 requirements. We have made extensive efforts to have our course approved by most State/Local agencies who has their own review process to approve courses. Biologix Solutions LLC’s 100% online bloodborne pathogens courses are approved and accepted by almost all State Health Departments / Local Health Licensing Agencies in Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, California (Except LA County- classroom course required), Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Montana, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, New York (Except New York City-classroom course required), North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and West Virginia.