Spring 2021 Body Art Training Needs Assessment: Deadline Extended to June 11

Body Art Training Needs Assessment

Participate in the Body Art Training Needs Assessment Today!

The National Environmental Health Association Body Art Committee is working with the Body Art Education Alliance and the Association of Food and Drug Officials Body Art Committee to develop a training program to support environmental health professionals in relation to body art facility inspections.

The purpose of the Body Art Training Needs Assessment is to identify training needs for jurisdictions to properly inspect and regulate body art establishments. This assessment will survey attitudes, skills, and knowledge related to body art standards, best practices, and resources.

Your answers and feedback are important. The information gathered will be used to guide decisions and focus training to enhance the abilities of environmental health professionals to ensure safe body art practices and protect public health.

The survey should take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Your answers and any identifying information will remain confidential.

We appreciate your time and all the work that you do to keep communities healthy and safe. 

Please complete the assessment before June 11. If you have questions about the needs assessment, please contact Avery Moyler at amoyler@neha.org.




Release Date: 
Wednesday, June 2, 2021