Questionnaire ear and body piercing



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CITY OF HOBART

16 Elizabeth Street, Hobart

(03) 6238 2711

health@hobartcity.com.au

www.hobartcity.com.au

ABN 39 055 343 428







QUESTIONNAIRE – EAR AND BODY PIERCING



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Questions





  1. The Guidelines for Ear and Body Piercing have been developed under which Act?


  1. Name one disease that can be spread by infected blood or other body substances other than HIV:


  1. What is ‘cross contamination’ and give two examples how this may occur during ear piercing procedures?



Example 1:




Example 2:







  1. If your customer starts to bleed, what basic actions/procedures should you take and why?



  1. Pick the description that best describes the following terms (please circle a, b, c or d).


Sterilisation


  1. A process that should destroy or eliminate all forms of microbial life, including bacterial spores.

  2. A process of removing body substances and other debris and reducing the number of micro-organisms by a process such as washing in detergent.

  3. A process of eliminating all micro-organisms except bacterial spores.

  4. A process which includes all of the above processes.

Disinfection





  1. A process that should destroy or eliminate all forms of microbial life, including bacterial spores.

  2. A process of removing body substances and other debris and reducing the number of micro-organisms by a process such as washing in detergent.

  3. A process of eliminating all micro-organisms except bacterial spores.

  4. A process which includes all of the above processes.


Cleaning


  1. A process that should destroy or eliminate all forms of microbial life, including bacterial spores.

  2. A process of removing body substances and other debris and reducing the number of micro-organisms by a process such as washing in detergent.

  3. A process of eliminating all micro-organisms except bacterial spores.

  4. A process which includes all of the above processes.




    1. Hand washing should occur:




  1. Between customers.

  2. After using the toilet.

  3. After smoking.

  4. Before putting gloves on and after taking gloves off.

  5. All of the above.




    1. When must gloves be disposed of?




  1. After answering the telephone.

  2. After contact with blood and body fluids.

  3. After touching anything that is not clean.

  4. All of the above.

  5. a) and b) only.




    1. How must used items such as cotton balls and gloves be disposed?



    1. Name a solution that can be used to disinfect the skin before ear and body piercing.


    1. How often should the linen/covers on the treatment table/area be changed?



    1. Should a client that is showing signs of skin sores/infections at the site to be treated, be pierced and why?




    1. What type of records do you need to keep about a client?




    1. Describe how you will clean the ear piercing gun.



    1. What should be used to remove excess fluids (eg blood) from the area being pierced?



    1. Describe how you will clean or dispose of used needles/trochar after each use.


    1. Should the jewellery used for ear and body piercing be clean or sterile?


    1. If the area being pierced needs to be shaved, what sort of razor must be used?


    1. Can an ear piercing gun be used for body piercing procedures under the Guidelines?


    1. Are mobile ear and body piercing services permitted in Tasmania?

Please email your completed application form, along with the relevant questionnaire/s to health@hobartcity.com.au, or deliver in person at the Customer Service Centre, 16 Elizabeth Street, Hobart or mail to:

The General Manager

City of Hobart

GPO Box 503


Hobart, TAS, 7001

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