Tattoo, Permanent Cosmetics, Body Piercing
Alaskans continue to minimize the spread of COVID-19 by acting responsibly and following local, state, national, and industry guidelines on ways to conduct business and activities safely. Please note, businesses must comply with local mandates or restrictions and should also follow new industry standards and business best practices.
In order to equip Alaskans with the tools they need, we are providing resources for best practices and detailed guidance. Guidance documents represent Best Practices. They do not create or confer any rights for or on any person and do not operate to bind FSS or the public. You may use an alternative approach as long the approach satisfies the requirements of the applicable statutes and regulations.
- Reopen Alaska Responsibly Guidance
- State of Alaska provided information on best practices and access to additional resources
- Best Practices for Body Art Shops (NEHA)
- Body Art Education Alliance (BAEA) developed resources for the support of safe operations around Covid-19 / coronavirus
Are you looking to open a body art facility? This page contains resources that are helpful in getting a body art open and operating safely. Please contact an Environmental Health Officer in your area for more information.
- Bloodborne Pathogens and Needlestick Prevention (OSHA)
- Board of Barbers and Hairdressers Statutes and Regulations
- Body Art Regulations 18 AAC 23
- Complaint Sign Example
- New body art facilities, or facilities planning to remodel plan review