Alaska Administrative Code
Title 18 - Environmental Conservation
Chapter 23 - Hair and Body Art Schools and Shops
Article 3 - Body Piercing, Tattooing, or Permanent Cosmetic Coloring Shops
18 AAC 23.315 - Records and notification requirements

Universal Citation: 18 AK Admin Code 18 AAC 23.315

Current through February 27, 2024

(a) The owner or operator of a shop described in 18 AAC 23.300(a) shall retain on the shop premises and make available to the department

(1) an inventory of instruments and body jewelry, sharps, and inks used for body piercing, tattooing, or permanent cosmetic coloring procedures, including the names of manufacturers and lot numbers, if applicable; invoices or orders may be used to satisfy this requirement;

(2) written sanitary procedures required in 18 AAC 23.340(g);

(3) monthly spore destruction tests required in 18 AAC 23.050(c); and

(4) manufacturer's instructions for equipment used in the shop.

(b) The owner or operator of a shop described in 18 AAC 23.300(a) shall keep a case history card for each client on the shop premises and make these cards available to the department for a period of three years after the date of the client's most recent procedure. The case history cards must include

(1) the client's name, address, and phone number;

(2) the procedure date;

(3) the type of procedure performed;

(4) the location of the procedure on the body;

(5) the name of the practitioner who performed the procedure; and

(6) information regarding an infection or allergic reaction reported to the owner or operator or an employee of the shop after a procedure, including
(A) the site of the infection;

(B) the nature of the allergic reaction;

(C) the date the infection or allergic reaction was reported to the owner, operator, or employee of the shop; and

(D) any recommendation made to the client by the owner, operator, or employee of the shop.

(c) The owner or operator of a shop described in 18 AAC 23.300(a) shall report to the department any infection, allergic reaction, or injury resulting from a procedure that requires a medical referral. The owner or operator shall report the infection, allergic reaction, or injury within 24 hours after the owner or operator or an employee becomes aware that the infection, allergic reaction, or injury requires a medical referral.

Authority:AS 08.13.030

AS 08.13.120

AS 08.13.210

AS 44.46.020

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