THE HUZZ INK HEALTH AND PRACTICE STANDARDS 2023
All Huzz Ink© Clinics certified Doctors, nurses, and practitioners follow the jurisdiction of their license by DHA (Dubai Health Authority). Additionally, they also have to carry some of the following not limited to:
www.Redcross.com Bloodborne certificate.
APP (Association of professional piercers).
Huzz Ink© Professionally certified practitioner.
DHA pre-employment medical test. Blood tests for HIV-Aids, Hepatitis B and C, tuberculosis (TB), leprosy, syphilis, and pregnancy.
Micro-dermal pigmentation core certification.
Micro-dermal pigmentation Advanced Hands-on certification.
Autoclave Sterilization certificate.
Basic Life Support (BLS).
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS).
Treatment room psychology certification.
UAE psychological society certificate.
www.Redcross.com Bloodborne certificate
The American Red Cross offers a Bloodborne Pathogens Training course, which provides individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to prevent and respond to bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. The Redcross designed this course for employees with a higher risk of exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials.
The Bloodborne Pathogens Training course covers topics such as:
Understanding bloodborne pathogens
Reducing the risk of exposure
Personal protective equipment (PPE) and other controls
Responding to exposure incidents
Post-exposure evaluation and follow-up
Upon course completion, participants receive a Bloodborne Pathogens Training certification, valid for one year. This certification demonstrates that the individual has completed training in the safe handling of bloodborne pathogens and is knowledgeable about the proper protocols for preventing exposure incidents and responding in the event of an exposure.
To learn more about the Bloodborne Pathogens Training course or register, visit the American Red Cross website at www.redcross.org.
The Association of Professional Piercers (APP)
The Association of Professional Piercers (APP) is an international organization that promotes safety and best practices in the body piercing industry. The APP was founded in 1994 and is the leading authority on body piercing by health departments and professional organizations worldwide.
The APP provides resources and education for piercers, as well as for members of the general public who are interested in body piercing. Some of the services and resources provided by the APP include:
Training and certification for piercers: The APP offers a rigorous certification program for body piercers, including written and practical exams. Certification through the APP demonstrates a piercer's commitment to safety, professionalism, and best practices.
Annual conference: The APP hosts an annual conference where piercers can come together to share knowledge, network, and learn about new techniques and equipment.
Standards and guidelines: The APP has developed a set of standards and guidelines for body piercing, which health departments and other organizations use to regulate the industry.
Consumer information: The APP provides information about choosing a piercer, aftercare, and other aspects of body piercing.
Overall, the APP is vital in promoting safety and professionalism in the body piercing industry. In order to make sure the piercing procedure is safe, it is a good idea to look for a piercer who is certified by the APP and who follows their standards and guidelines.
Huzz Ink© Professionally certified practitioner
Becoming a professionally Huzz Ink certified practitioner requires both training and certification. The requirements for certification may vary depending on the country. However, most areas have some form of certificate or licensure program for practitioners.
Obtaining certification requires the following:
Complete a training program: Complete a formal training program that covers the basics of tattooing, including safety, sanitation, and proper technique—a minimum of two years of apprenticeships with an experienced practitioner.
Meet health and safety requirements: To become certified, tattoo artists must follow strict health and safety guidelines to prevent the spread of bloodborne pathogens and other infections. They are priorly mandated to obtain a certificate in bloodborne pathogens training and complete regular workspace inspections.
Pass an exam: In some areas, practitioners must pass a written or practical exam to become certified. These exams typically cover health and safety, the proper Hands-on techniques, and infection prevention.
Once training fulfil these requirements, eligibility for certification or licensure through DHA is possible. Certification grants the ability to operate as a practitioner and provide services to clients legally.
It is important to note that becoming a successful practitioner requires technical skills, artistic ability, and the ability to work with clients to create the best results for them.
DHA (DUBAI HEALTH AUTHORITY) LICENSE
Getting a DHA license is a requirement for healthcare professionals who wish to work in Dubai's healthcare sector. The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) is responsible for issuing permits for healthcare professionals in the emirate.
To obtain a DHA license, healthcare professionals must meet certain eligibility criteria and undergo a rigorous evaluation process to ensure their qualifications and experience meet the requirements set by DHA.
DHA pre-employment medical test
The DHA pre-employment medical test refers to the medical examination required by the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) for individuals seeking employment in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). This medical test is mandatory for most job categories in the UAE; it ensures that individuals are fit for work and do not pose a risk to public health.
The medical examination typically includes a range of tests, including blood tests for HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B and C, tuberculosis (TB), leprosy, syphilis, and pregnancy for women. In addition, these tests screen for infectious diseases that could be spread in the workplace or to other community members.
Blood tests for HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B and C, tuberculosis (TB), leprosy, and syphilis are essential because these diseases can transmit through contact with bodily fluids or blood. By testing for these diseases, the DHA can identify individuals who may be carrying these infections and take steps to prevent the spread of the disease.
The pregnancy test ensures the safety of pregnant women in the workplace. However, some job categories in the UAE may pose a risk to pregnant women or their unborn children. Therefore, the DHA requires that pregnant women disclose their pregnancy status to their employer and undergo a medical examination to ensure their safety.
Overall, the DHA pre-employment medical test is essential in ensuring UAE workers' health and safety. By requiring these tests; the DHA can help prevent the spread of infectious diseases and ensure that workers are fit for work and do not pose a risk to public health.
The AIIC American Institute of Intradermal Cosmetics
The AIIC American Institute of Intradermal Cosmetics is a private vocational school in Arlington, Texas, offering permanent makeup and micro-pigmentation training programs.
The institute offers a range of courses for individuals seeking to become certified permanent makeup artists, including micro-blading, eyeliner, lip liner, and other cosmetic tattooing techniques. The courses typically involve both theory and hands-on training, and students are required to complete a certain number of practical hours before becoming eligible for certification.
The AIIC American Institute of Intradermal Cosmetics in the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) is a member of the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (SPCP). Upon completion of a program, students may be eligible to take the certification exam offered by the SPCP or other professional organizations in the field of permanent makeup and micro-pigmentation.
Micro-dermal pigmentation core / Advanced Hands-on certification
Micro-dermal pigmentation, also known as cosmetic tattooing or permanent makeup, is a specialized field within the beauty industry. A micro-dermal pigmentation core certification program typically provides training on techniques for tattooing eyebrows, eyeliner, lip liner, and other facial features using permanent pigments.
While certification programs may vary in their requirements and curriculum, a typical micro-dermal pigmentation core certification program may include the following:
Anatomy and physiology: Understanding the structure and function of the skin is critical in performing safe and effective cosmetic tattooing procedures.
Sterilization and infection control: Maintaining a clean and sterile environment is essential to prevent the spread of infections and diseases during cosmetic tattooing procedures.
Color theory and pigment selection: Choosing suitable pigments for different skin tones and color preferences is essential in achieving natural-looking results.
Procedure techniques: This includes practicing different techniques for tattooing eyebrows, eyeliner, lip liner, and other facial features.
Aftercare: Proper aftercare instructions ensure the tattoo's longevity and prevent complications such as infection or pigment loss.
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(E) The operator shall monitor and document the sterilizing function of all sterilizers as follows:
(1) The operator shall use autoclave sterilization bags, with a process indicator which changes color upon proper steam sterilization, during the autoclave sterilization process.
(2) The operator shall monitor each sterilizer load by the use of a sterilization indicator that ensures that minimum conditions exist to achieve sterilization through appropriate levels of:
(a) Pressure of saturated steam;
(b) Temperature of exposure;
(c) Exposure time.
(4) If the sterilization indicator demonstrates that sterilization has been achieved, the operator may place the contents of the packaged unit in inventory.(3) The operator of the sterilizer shall follow the manufacturer’s use instructions for the sterilizer and the sterilization indicator being used. Further, the operator shall maintain the sterilizer in serviceable condition and keep a record of any maintenance performed for at least two years.
(5) If the sterilization indicator demonstrates that sterilization has not been achieved, the operator shall not use the sterilizer further. The operator shall have the sterilizer examined to determine the malfunction and shall have the sterilizer repaired or replaced.
(6) The operator shall maintain a log, for a period of at least two years, of date, time, the name of the person or independent testing entity performing the test and sterilization indicator results for all needles and instruments used. The operator may also keep this record in each client file for all needles and instruments used on that client.
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 03/14/2008 and 03/01/2018
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3730.10
Rule Amplifies: 3730.09