Personal Services Facility Inspections
Personal services involve the piercing or penetrating of human skin. To ensure public safety, inspections occur for personal procedures such as tattooing and body piercing.
Personal-service facilities in PEI do not require a licence but are monitored to ensure appropriate sanitary operations are followed. Facilities for high-risk procedures that penetrate human skin such as tattooing or body piercing require regular inspection and approval from Environmental Health. Lower risk personal services, such as nail salons and foot baths, are inspected on a complaint basis only.
The PEI Hairdressers Association inspects hair cutting locations in the province for sanitary standards.
All facility inspections are completed under authority of the Public Health Act.
Who should I contact for information related to a personal services facility?
Contact Environmental Health at the Department of Health & Wellness.