Personal services settings provide non-medical procedures designed to enhance a person's appearance or sense of well-being.
Niagara Region inspects these premises and the services they offer to reduce the risk of infection to both clients and operators through exposure to blood or body fluids from contaminated hands, surfaces, instruments and equipment.
Maintain records of staff and clients to support contact tracing efforts, such as full name, date, time and contact information. This information is critical in the event of an exposure.
Businesses are required to record their client's name and contact information before services can be provided. If contact information is not given, service cannot be provided.
This information is only accessed in the unlikely event that a client has been exposed to blood or bodily fluids through use of contaminated equipment. This allows for a timely response by Niagara Region Public Health and Emergency Services and helps with a possible recommendation to seek medical advice from a health care provider if there's reason to believe a client has been put at risk of acquiring an infectious disease.
This does not apply where the personal services are hair or barbering only.
If you're planning on opening a new business, request a consultation.
We can save you time and money by not having to correct improper licensing procedures or pay for alterations to the structure of the facility after you have opened for business.
Personal service settings health inspection results are available online or by calling 905-688-8248 ext. 7590 or 1-888-505-6074.
Some businesses that operate in homes or other locations have never been inspected by Public Health.
To ensure that you're receiving service from an inspected premise, ask the business owner /operator to show you their last Personal Services Settings Inspection Report.