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  • Protection from Wildfire Smoke Inhalation

    California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Director and State Public Health Officer Dr. Karen Smith is advising residents where wildfires have been burning, along with people in the smoke’s path, to stay indoors and reduce outdoor activity.

    11/13/2018

  • Family and Food Safety First this Thanksgiving

    Eating healthy this Thanksgiving begins with basic home food safety practices that are known to reduce the risk of foodborne illnesses. The Monterey County Health Department is reminding all cooks entering the kitchen this season to follow the Fight BAC!® basics of home food safety: Clean, Separate, Cook, and Chill.

    11/12/2018

  • TRUTH Act presentation

    Monterey County Supervisors will hold a special meeting for a TRUTH Act presentation December 11th.

    11/9/2018 3:18:54 PM

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What is body Art?

Body art practices include tattooing, body, piercing, branding, and application of permanent cosmetics.

Who needs a permit?

A facility where body art services will be performed requires a permit from the Monterey County Health Department. Anyone who provides a body art services and meets the minimum standard to become a registered practitioner must also be registered.

List of Approved Operators & affiliated body art facility

Safe Body Art Act

California’s Safe Body Art Act, revised January 1, 2014, provides minimum standards for persons and businesses engaged in performance of tattooing, body piercing, branding and the application of permanent cosmetics in California. These requirements are intended to protect both the practitioner and the client from transmission of infectious diseases through the application of proper body art procedures and the control of cross-contamination of instruments and supplies.

The local enforcement agency (LEA) enforces California’s Safe Body Art Act with a registration and inspection program for both body art operators and body art facilities. This program ensures that state minimum standards are met prior to operators and facilities providing services to the public within Monterey County. A required annual inspection also ensures continued compliance.

California Safe Body Art Act PDF

Forms and Applications

Document Description

Instructions for Operator

Monterey County Health Department Body Art Inspection Program Application Packet

Body Art Application 2015

Application for Body Art

Hepatitis B Declination Statement

Hepatitis B Declination Statement

List of Approved BBP Trainers

The blood borne pathogen (BBP) trainings listed here meet the minimum standards for BBP training for body art per California Health and Safety Code, section 119307 (Safe Body Art Act, AB 300).

Plan Check List (Body Art Facility) FINAL

This plan check list is provided as a guidance to assist the facility owner/ operator to open a body art shop that will meet public health and safety requirements established by California’s Safe Body Art Act (AB 300). The applicant must complete Parts A and B prior to providing services to the public.

Sharps Mail Back List 2013

List of mail-back systems approved by the California Department of Public Health

Fees

Link to all fees for Environmental Health

Contact Us

Address:
1270 Natividad Road
Salinas, CA 93906
Phone Number: (831) 755-4505

Hours of Operation
Hours: Mon – Fri 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Fax Nunbers:
(831) 796 - 8693/ (831) 755-4880




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