Article 15 - TATTOOING, BODY PIERCING, AND PERMANENT COSMETICS

  1. § 69-15-1 - Definitions
  2. § 69-15-2 - Approved course of study
  3. § 69-15-3 - Cosmetic tattoo artist trainer, tattoo artist trainer, and body piercing trainer
  4. § 69-15-4 - Out-of-state equivalent course of study
  5. § 69-15-5 - Application for licensure by examination
  6. § 69-15-6 - Application completion and deadlines
  7. § 69-15-7 - Examination for cosmetic tattoo artists, tattoo artists, or body piercers
  8. § 69-15-8 - Examination behavior
  9. § 69-15-9 - Issuance and renewal of licenses
  10. § 69-15-10 - Display of license and inspection certificate
  11. § 69-15-11 - Inspections generated by a complaint
  12. § 69-15-12 - Continuing education for license renewal
  13. § 69-15-13 - Reporting continuing education
  14. § 69-15-14 - Cosmetic tattoo, tattoo, and body piercing establishment licensing and renewal
  15. § 69-15-15 - Cosmetic tattoo artist, tattoo artist, and body piercer practice standards; restrictions
  16. § 69-15-16 - Facility standards
  17. § 69-15-17 - Required equipment
  18. § 69-15-18 - Cleaning methods prior to sterilization
  19. § 69-15-19 - Instrument sterilization standards
  20. § 69-15-20 - Approved sterilization modes
  21. § 69-15-21 - Handwashing and protective gloves
  22. § 69-15-22 - Linens
  23. § 69-15-23 - Clean instruments and products storage
  24. § 69-15-24 - Chemical storage
  25. § 69-15-25 - Handling disposable materials
  26. § 69-15-26 - Waste receptacles
  27. § 69-15-27 - Permanent color and tattoo procedures
  28. § 69-15-28 - Preparation and aftercare of treatment area on client
  29. § 69-15-29 - Body piercing procedures
  30. § 69-15-30 - Fees

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