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If you’re operating a hairdressing business or a business that undertakes skin penetration procedures, you’ll need to register your business with us. This is to ensure your business is safe and meets public health requirements.
Your premises may also require development approval if you are building a new premises, or renovating an existing one.
Your business may also be routinely checked for compliance with public health legislation and associated guidelines that deal with issues such as cleanliness, sterilisation of equipment, and personal hygiene of staff.
All new hairdressing and barber businesses must be registered with us. Some procedures can make the skin more prone to infection and we need to be sure that you and your staff have knowledge about infection control and hygiene.
If your business is not undertaking skin penetration, you can apply to register your business for free by completing our online form.
You will need to register your business with us if you undertake any skin penetration procedures – unless those procedures are being carried out by a registered health practitioner.
Skin penetration procedures include:
NSW Health have further information and fact sheets about the skin penetration industry.
Register your business by completing our online application.
There’s a one-off registration fee for new premises only. You can find the registration fee in our Fees and Charges(PDF, 6MB) under public health. You’ll need to notify us within 7 days if any of the details on the form change.