Sacramento, CA, April 21, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Most major California Counties accepts or approves Biologix Solutions LLC as a provider of bloodborne pathogens training in compliance with AB 300, the Safe Body Art Act into State law.
All body art facilities (permanent and temporary) and persons performing tattooing, body piercing, permanent cosmetics, or branding must comply with requirements contained in the California Health and Safety Code. This requires that the practitioner be 18 years of age or older and register annually with the County Environmental Health Service Division. All body art facilities must have a valid permit. Body art facility owners & practitioners can’t conduct business without a valid permit and/or certificate of registration & the permit/certificate of registration must be renewed annually from the Local County Environmental Health Services Division.
Artists can now satisfy California’s bloodborne pathogens training requirement by taking Biologix Solutions 100% online course “Bloodborne Pathogens for Tattoo & Piercing Artists.”
"Bloodborne Pathogens and Infection Control for Tattoo & Piercing Artists" is a body art industry specific course developed by experienced professionals to provide the most current recommendations on prevention of bloodborne pathogens and highly contagious skin infections.
This online course fulfills California Body Art Act AB300 & CalOSHA’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/tattoopiercing-bbp/
Biologix Solutions LLS is approved by all major California Counties: Approved By Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, Sacramento County, Fresno County, Stanislaus County, Solano County, Nevada County, Kern County, Butte County, Ventura County, and Yolo County (Warning: Los Angeles County requires 8 hours classroom course)