Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 13. Barbers and Hairdressers
Section 210. Health and Sanitary Conditions.
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AS 08.13.210. Health and Sanitary Conditions.

(a) Health and sanitary conditions in shops and schools of

(1) barbering, hairdressing, hair braiding, manicuring, and esthetics, shall be supervised by the board;

(2) tattooing, permanent cosmetic coloring, and body piercing shall be supervised by the Department of Environmental Conservation.

(b) The Department of Environmental Conservation shall conduct an annual inspection of each shop licensed for the practice of tattooing, permanent cosmetic coloring or body piercing to ensure that the shop meets the department's standards of cleanliness and sanitation established under AS 44.46.020 . If the Department of Environmental Conservation determines that the shop is not in compliance with a regulation of the department, the department shall report the violation to the board and take appropriate action under its own regulations.

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