Texas Tattoo Studios License – Online Bloodborne Pathogens Training

OSHA Compliant Training for Texas Tattoo, Piercing, Permanent Make Up Professionals
Approved by Major State Health Departments / Local Health Departments / Licensing Agencies
Full List of State & Local Health Department Approvals / Acceptance: Click Here


Bloodborne Pathogens for Tattoo Artists & Piercers (Except CA, FL, MN)
Texas TattooApproved by all Major State & Local Health Departments
Hours: Min. 2 Hrs. | Course Curriculum Click Here
Approved: AL AK AZ AR CO CT DE GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY* NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI
$24.95


Texas Tattoo License Requirements (Click Here):

Tattoo and Body Piercing Studios

The Drugs and Medical Devices Group is responsible for ensuring that tattoo and body piercing studios, including temporary locations, comply with minimum licensing standards established to protect the health and safety of the citizens of Texas. In order to accomplish this objective, inspections of studios and temporary locations are conducted. If voluntary compliance with the licensing standards cannot be achieved, the Group recommends regulatory actions when necessary. In addition, the Group provides technical assistance to its licensees, answers inquiries from consumers and investigates complaints involving possible violations of the state requirements for operating tattoo and body piercing studios.


Licensing

We require any business that is engaged in tattooing (i.e., the practice of producing an indelible mark or figure on the human body by scarring or inserting pigments under the skin using needles, scalpels, or other related equipment) or body piercing (i.e., the practice of creating an opening in a person’s body, other than the individual’s earlobe, to insert jewelry or another decoration) to be licensed with the Department of State Health Services. In addition, we require temporary locations at which tattooing or body piercing is performed for not more than seven days in conjunction with a single event or celebration to be licensed with the Department. Please see the licensing requirements page for more information on how to become licensed.

Contact Information

For General Program Assistance

Email: Drugs and Medical Devices Group
Phone: (512) 834-6755
Fax: (512) 834-6759

For Licensing Assistance

Email: Drugs and Food Safety Licensing Group
Phone: (512) 834-6727
Fax: (512) 834-6741

 

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