Visit a licensed premises If you are thinking about getting a tattoo or piercing, Council advises you to visit licensed premises. Licensed premises and operators have been assessed by City of Launceston Environmental Health Officers to ensure they have clean and well maintained facilities, safe practices and knowledge of infection control requirements. They are issued with licences that permit them to operate. A registered operator will ask you to read through and sign a consent form before any procedures are performed.
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Acupuncture, Dry-needling and Point Injection Therapy Overview Tattooing, ear and body piercing and acupuncture are public health risk activities as they may result in the transmission of infectious diseases such as HIV, Hepatitis B and C, as well as skin infections like Staphylococcus aureus. Transmission of infectious diseases can potentially occur either from the operator to the client, or from the client to the operator. Therefore, it is very important that infection control measures are used to prevent the transmission of disease. Persons who perform public health risk activities must have infection control skills and knowledge to protect themselves and their clients. Tattooists, ear and body piercers and acupuncturists, and the premises in which they provide these services, must be registered under the Public Health Act Tattooing Tattooing, including cosmetic tattooing such as semi-permanent creations and permanent makeup, is regulated under the Guidelines for Tattooing.
By far the best tattoo artist! So gentle and so clever! Important tattoo done by amazing people.