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A. Verbal And Written Information:
1. Every person requesting a body art procedure shall be provided with verbal and written public educational information prior to the start of the procedure, in a form approved by the department. The client shall be given a copy of the above information and shall sign the form stating he has read the material. A signed copy shall be retained by the facility for five (5) years. (Ord. 03-018, 11-13-2003)
2. Every person receiving a body art procedure shall be provided with verbal and written instructions for aftercare of the body art procedure site, in a form approved by the department. The instructions shall advise the client of proper care for the healing of the body specific to the procedure performed and to consult a physician at the first sign of infection or swelling. The instructions shall include the name, address, and phone number of the establishment and the printed name of the technician who performed the procedure.
3. The written information and aftercare instructions shall be signed and dated by the client and the technician. The originals shall be retained by the establishment, and copies shall be given to the client.
B. Disclosure Notice: Every body art establishment shall prominently display the disclosure notice which shall be provided with each establishment permit issued by the department, containing the following information:
1. Advising the public of the risks and possible consequences of body art services;
2. The name, address, and phone number of the County Health Department; and
3. The procedure for filing a complaint relating to body art services.
C. Report Of Infection Or Disease: Any infection, complication, or disease resulting from a body art procedure which becomes known to the technician or establishment shall be reported to the department within twenty four (24) hours. The technician and the establishment shall be jointly and severally responsible for reporting such information. (Ord. 99-060, 10-12-1999)