Benjamin Pacheco / EL Vigia
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To provide legal certainty to businesses located in the tourist area, a hygiene and asepsis workshop will be conducted for workers performing tattoos, micropigmentation or gradation, in addition to establishing necessary regularization.
This activity is jointly promoted by the National Chamber of Commerce and Tourist Services (Canaco-Servitur) of Ensenada, the Jurisdiction of Health Services and the State Commission against Sanitary Risks (Copris), and will cost 2,400 pesos per competitor.
Copris BC State Commissioner Erwin Arrizaga Uribe told a press conference yesterday that the meeting is scheduled for February 7 and 8 at the chamber’s facilities, where interested persons can also request the report.
“Costs are requested to collect the materials and people who will offer the workshop to the participants and there will be two modules: one with the subject of regulations, documentation, which is to count as administrative issues; and one with the conduct of the activity Other modules for reasons, as advanced by the officer.
Rafael Chávez Montaño, Canaco’s executive vice president, recalled that he has separate businesses within the organization devoted to tattooing and microblading (a technique to fix or reconstruct a hairless eyebrow).
“We, as the Chamber of Commerce, are interested in the necessary regularization. The fact that a person is fit and trained to carry out his work gives us security for business, especially business in the tourism aspect For Joe’s on First Street where there are many tattoo artists. It helps a lot because it gives us legal certainty about the businesses operating”, he commented.
topics to talk about
Chávez Montano recalled that the agency has always worked closely with Copris, as they seek highly qualified personnel who are true health professionals. For her part, Dr. Leticia Salas from Sanitary Verification noted that some of the topics of the workshop will focus on the areas of sanitary regulations, aseptic and decontamination, sterilization, infrastructure and installations, as well as personnel training and medical supplies. Handled.