Alabama Approves Biologix Solutions Online Bloodborne Pathogens Course for Body Art Operator Permit
Alabama Department Public Health, Food and Lodging Branch, approves Biologix Solutions LLC as a provider of online bloodborne pathogens and infection control training to obtain body art operator permit.
"Bloodborne Pathogens and Infection Control for Tattoo & Piercing Artists" is a body art industry specific course developed by experienced professional to provide the most current recommendations on prevention of bloodborne pathogens and highly contagious skin infections.
This online course fulfills OSHA’s initial and annual bloodborne pathogens training requirements for all body art professionals. After successful completion of this course, a Certificate of Completion will be available for your record and to submit with your application.
A full course description and a free course preview are available at http://blxtraining.com/
Body Art Operator Permit: No person shall practice body art procedures without first obtaining an operator permit from the Health Department. Permits must be renewed annually. The fee is $25.00 and is not transferable or prorated.
Please provide the following items when making an application for a Body Art Operator Permit:
• Proof of attendance from a bloodborne pathogen course or training program, given or approved by the Health Department, within the 36 months prior to applying for the permit.
• A personal copy of Hepatitis B vaccination record, declination form, or proof of
• A copy of photo identification
Biologix Solutions LLS is approved by all major States, Local Health Departments and Licensing Agencies through the United States. The list includes the Florida Department of Health, American Board of Industrial Hygiene, Alabama Department of Health, California Department of Public Health REHS Accreditation Agency, Major California Counties Approved, Minnesota Department of Health, Washington State Department of Licensing, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Iowa Department of Health, Oregon Health Licensing Agency, Hawaii Department of Health, and Alaska Board of Barbers & Hairdressers.