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Under the provision of the NSW Public Health Act 2010 and NSW Public Health Regulation 2012 all premises which perform a skin penetration procedure are regulated and required to register with Council.
A skin penetration procedure (whether medical or not) includes:
Council conducts annual inspections of all hairdressers, beauty salons, nail salons and skin penetration premises to ensure they are meeting their legislated requirements.
This inspection will involve the assessment of:
Council uses a standardised checklist during routine inspections.
Council charges the proprietor of the business an inspection fee in accordance with its fees and charges.