§ 113.03  HEALTH PROCEDURES AND RECORDS.
   Any individual or establishment performing tattooing, body piercing, body branding or body carving procedures shall comply with the following requirements:
   (A)   The entire premises of the facility and all equipment shall be maintained in a clean, sanitary condition and be in good repair.
   (B)   Any individual or establishment desiring to perform a tattooing, body piercing, body branding or body carving procedure shall first inquire as to whether or not the potential recipient of the procedure has a history of any communicable disease. Any individual providing a history of a communicable disease shall not receive a tattooing, body piercing, body branding or body carving procedure.
   (C)   Any individual or establishment desiring to perform a tattooing, body piercing, body branding or body carving procedure shall in written form or through a conspicuously posted sign explain the following to each potential recipient before performing a tattooing, body piercing, body branding or body carving procedure:
      (1)   The nature of the procedure to be performed.
      (2)   Possible tissue reactions following the procedure.
      (3)   Importance of after-procedure care.
      (4)   In the case of tattooing, body piercing, body branding or body carving, the permanent nature of the application.
   (D)   Any individual or establishment who performs a tattooing, body piercing, body branding or body carving procedure shall maintain proper records of each client. The records shall include the following:
      (1)   The date on which the procedure was performed.
      (2)   The name, address, phone number and age of the recipient of the procedure.
      (3)   The name, address, phone number and age of the individual performing the procedure.
      (4)   A description of the procedure.
      (5)   The signature of the recipient of the procedure.
   (E)   The information required in division (D) of this section shall be permanently recorded and made available for examination by any village agent or employee for examination, and shall be kept by the individual or establishment for a minimum of two years.
(Ord. 813, passed 1-7-02)  Penalty, see § 113.99