Long Beach Body PIercing
Locally Owned

New Flower Safety
Training and Consulting for Body Art Studios

safety training

John Johnson is an authorized OSHA instructor, Red Cross Instructor, ASTM member, and the current coordinator for the Association of Professional Piercers online course system. If you have safety training or consulting needs related to OSHA regulations such as the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard please speak to John. This training is ideal for those working in the body art field where the training is industry specific. 

OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens Standard exists to help minimize the risk of exposure to blood at work. We provide on-site consulting and industry specific training for body art studios. Both BBP certificates and Exposure Control Plans must be updated annually. Allow us to help you keep your staff safe and your studio compliant with regulations. We can work with you before or after hours, there is no minimum number of students required, and private consultations with owners and managers are available. Contact OSHA and Red Cross instructor John Johnson at john@newflowerstudio.com.

We offer safety training for piercing and tattoo studios. See us for Bloodborne Pathogens training.

Bloodborne Pathogens Standard Training (required by OSHA)
Infection Prevention Plans (required in California)
Personal Protective Equipment Standard Training
Exposure Control Plans (required by OSHA)
Understanding Regulations (California)
Studio Compliance Consultations
First Aid/CPR/AED Training
Public Speaking

Contact John for more information

John can work with studio owners and managers one on one to make sure their businesses are compliant with local, state, and federal regulations.






Take the APP's safety training courses onlineIndividuals can take John’s courses online through the Association of Professional Piercers. These courses are industry specific for body piercing, but studio managers and counter staff will find the information useful. For larger groups in-house sessions are most appropriate. Scheduling is flexible and group sessions help get everyone in the studio working the same way. Without consistent work practices cross contamination is inevitable. Once an infection prevention plan is in place occupational exposure is minimized.

If you have an existing Exposure Control Plan let us review it for you at no cost. You’re required to update your studio’s ECP at least annually. If you have one let us check it out.

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