Yes! Oh, wait... no. Well, maybe. Oh right, yes!
This is a tough question, but we'll try to explain. This course has been designed to meet the training requirements of OSHA with regards to bloodborne pathogens. OSHA accepts online training, so taking this course should help you meet the training requirement. However, OSHA doesn't "approve" courses (not ours and not anyone else's either). It's a strange concept, but OSHA requires that the employer select training appropriate for their employees. So that means if you (or your employer) approves our training, then you can use it to satisfy the requirements.
However, some states, counties, and even municipalities have their own rules and regulations (and sometimes ornery inspectors) for body art and body piercing shops. If you are trying to satisfy the requirements of a state or local board, we strongly suggest you check with them prior to taking our course to make sure they accept online training. The vast majority of inspectors do, but we have run across at least one inspector who doesn't like online training. We're guessing he's not a big 'net surfer.
The good news is that our course has been approved by or meets the minimum training requirements of the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, and Minnesota. The list is obviously not extensive, but that's because some states have no additional requirements while others don't proactively approve courses.
And as an added bonus, our course has been approved by the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals (SPCP).