Tattoo artists and permanent cosmetics technicians who take this course will learn that poor posture and making repetitive motions with vibrating tools can cause musculoskeletal disorders.
Tattoo Shop Ergonomics makes specific suggestions for reducing the stress tattooing puts on the tattoo artist's fingers, wrists, back and neck. Following these suggestions should lead to increased comfort, efficiency, and productivity.
Visit http://www.YourTrainingPlace.com to take the course.
National Ergonomics Month began in 2003 when the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society designated October of every year to be National Ergonomics Month. Ergonomics is the science of designing machines, tools, and work environments to promote human safety, comfort, and efficiency.
The Body Art Training Group, http://www.BodyArtTrainingGroup.com, specializes in body art safety training. Since 2007, it has offered on-site bloodborne pathogens training for body art professionals . These courses provide training as required by OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard 29 CFR 1910.1030 and California's Safe Body Art Act (AB 300).
In 2010, the Body Art Training Group began offering bloodborne pathogens classes online at: www.YourTrainingPlace.com.
These online classes are specifically designed for the body art industry and are suitable for all types of body art professionals:
Questions about the Tattoo Shop Ergonomics course, or about bloodborne pathogens training, should be directed to Kathy Hartman at the Body Art Training Group. She can be reached at 858-792-