California Code, Health and Safety Code - HSC § 119306

(a) A person shall not perform body art at any location other than a permitted permanent or temporary body art facility.

(b) A person shall not perform body art if he or she is not registered with the local enforcement agency.

(c) As a condition of registration, the applicant shall provide all of the following:

(1) Evidence of current hepatitis B vaccination, including applicable boosters, unless the practitioner can demonstrate hepatitis B immunity or has complied with current federal OSHA hepatitis B vaccination declination requirements.

(2) Evidence of completion of OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Training consistent with Section 119307 and pursuant to paragraph (2) of subdivision (g) of Section 5193 of Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations or its successor.

(3) Proof that he or she is 18 years of age or older.

(4) Self-certification of, knowledge of, and commitment to meet state law and relevant local regulations pertaining to body art safety.

(5) His or her business address and the address at which he or she will perform any activity regulated by this chapter.

(6) Payment of a registration fee directly to the local enforcement agency.  The local enforcement agency shall set the fee at an amount not to exceed the amount necessary but that is sufficient to cover the actual costs of administering the program.

(d) A practitioner shall display, in a place readily visible to the public at the body art facility where the practitioner is performing body art, the certificate confirming registration with the local enforcement agency in the jurisdiction in which that practice is conducted.

(e) A valid and current registration issued by a local enforcement agency shall be valid in any other jurisdiction for no more than five consecutive days, or 15 days total, in any one calendar year.

(f) Practitioner registration shall be renewed annually by a process to be determined by the local enforcement agency.

(g) A practitioner shall obtain all necessary permits to conduct business, including, but not limited to, being registered with the local enforcement agency.  In addition to the penalties available pursuant to Article 6 (commencing with Section 119320 ), a practitioner who violates this subdivision shall be subject to suspension and a penalty not to exceed three times the cost of registration.

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