Frequently Asked Questions
Body Art Bloodborne Pathogens Training
If you have a question that's not answered below, please give us a call at (858) 792-1630. We answer the phone 7 days a week from 8 AM to 11 PM EST.
You can take the final exam as many times as necessary to get a passing grade.
Many BBP courses offered by other companies are confusing and unhelpful.
Our courses, however, give you clear, effective coaching on 3 essential things you must do as a body art professional:
• Protect your clients from infection and disease
• Prepare for inspections and exposure incidents
• Earn a solid reputation for performing body art safely
Choose us and you'll get a masterclass in bloodborne pathogens training. Why settle for anything less?
OSHA requires you to take annual bloodborne pathogens training. Most states also require annual bloodborne pathogens training. Get more information about BBP training requirements by going to Course Approvals>> or by contacting your local health department or other local enforcement agency.
Yes, our courses do meet OSHA's bloodborne pathogens training requirements. In addition, our courses are approved or accepted by state and local agencies and professional organizations. See Course Approvals>>.
Yes, you can. Our courses work on desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones.
These body art bloodborne pathogens courses are designed for:
• Tattoo artists
• Body piercers
• Permanent makeup artists
• Microblading practitioners
• Body art apprentices
• Body art students
It's an image of Hepatitis B. To be precise, it's a transmission electron microscopic (TEM) image of hepatitis B virus virions. The hepatitis B virus is one of the bloodborne pathogens you'll learn about in our BBP courses. The image was taken by Betty Partin at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and is used with permission.
Hygeia was the Greek goddess of health, cleanliness, and sanitation. She was usually depicted feeding a serpent from a cup. Our logo is a stylized representation of Hygeia’s cup and serpent. It symbolizes our commitment to help body art practitioners maintain a safe and healthful environment for themselves and their clients.
Your Training Place is the name of our parent company. Body Art Training Group was our course development division. In 2020, we redesigned our website and changed the name of the website from Your Training Place to Body Art Training Group.