Holey Truth Body Arts, LLC
Body Artist's Code of Conduct (2023)
Section 1. The principle objective of the body art profession is to render service to humanity with full respect for the dignity of our clients. Body artists should merit the confidence of clients, entrusted to their care, rendering to each a full measure of service and devotion.
Section 2. Body artists should strive continually to improve relevant and pertaining knowledge and skill, and should make available to their clients and colleagues the benefits of their professional attainments.
Section 3. A body artist should practice a method of body art founded on a scientific basis; and he should not voluntarily associate professionally with anyone who violates this principle.
Section 4.The body artists should safeguard the public and itself against practices deficient in moral character or professional competence. Body artists should observe all laws, uphold the dignity and honor of the profession and accept its self-imposed disciplines.
Section 5. A body artist may not choose whom they will serve, as all people are equal, barring difficult, inebriated, or underage clients, or body art that does not meet our standards. In an emergency, however, the artist should render service to the best of his ability. Having undertaken the care of a client, the artist may not neglect them; and unless their art has been completed, the body artist may discontinue his services only after giving adequate notice and sound reason.
Section 6. A body artist should not dispose of his services under terms of conditions which tend to interfere with or impair the free and complete exercise of his greater judgment and skill or tend to cause deterioration of the quality of body art or care.
Section 7. A body artist should seek consultation upon request; in doubtful or difficult cases; or whenever it appears that the quality of body art may be enhanced thereby.
Section 8. A body artist may not reveal the confidences entrusted to him in the course of body art attendance, or the deficiencies he may observe in the character of clients, unless he is required to do so by law or unless it becomes necessary in order to protect the welfare of the individual or of the community.
Section 9. The honored ideals of the body art profession imply that the responsibilities of the artist extend not only to the individual, but also to society where these responsibilities deserve his interest and participation in activities which have the purpose of improving both the health and the well-being of the individual and the community.
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