If you are a cosmetic injector looking to introduce your services to salons and clinics, then you will need to abide by specific regulatory and business guidelines. Often these environments are not medical establishment, therefor the onus of regulatory compliance will be part of your professional obligation.
You will also have a duty-of-care to establish a legal agreement and work collaboratively with the business owner or manager to ensure that they also operate within the appropriate regulatory guidelines when promoting these services. AHPRA has specific laws that govern what is allowed to be said when injectable services are promoted.
Being fully aware, confident and compliant with these regulations is therefore mandatory, not just from a legal perspective, but also as part of industry best practice.
The Aesthetics Practitioners Advisory Network (APAN) is an industry-standard body/association for the aesthetics industry.
We have developed a NURSE’S PROTOCOLS AND REGULATORY COMPLIANCE KIT FOR COSMETIC INJECTORS. The kit consist of four documents:
- APAN POSITION STATEMENT
- TGA REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
- PROTOCOLS FOR DELEGATED COSMETIC S4 INJECTIONS
- AHPRA ADVERTISING REGULATIONS
This kit can be purchased for $110. Alternatively, you can join as a professional member and receive this kit for free. Membership for a cosmetic nurse is just $395. For further information please fill out the form below.