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SALON WASTE DISPOSAL
Transcript of SALON WASTE DISPOSAL
Maintaining personal hygiene is necessary for many reasons; personal, social, health, psychological or simply as a way of life. Keeping a good standard of hygiene helps to prevent the development and spread of infections, illnesses and bad odors.
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Disinfection can be carried out by either thermal or chemical processes. Thermal disinfection is preferred whenever possible. It is generally more reliable than chemical processes, leaves no residues, is more easily controlled and is non-toxic.
Sterilization is accomplished principally by steam under pressure (autoclaving),
dry heat, by ethylene oxide gas or low temperature steam and formaldehyde.
SALON WASTE DISPOSAL
Poor hygiene can lead to poor health!
Fully empty place in bin that will not contains hot ashes. Don't bend or pierce container. Gasses may ignite. Highly flammable.
Contact with chemicals can be harmful. Dilute with water. Wash down basin.
Wrap up in paper or tissue before disposal in cardbourd box.
Fully clean and dry container before clearly marking them.
Ash ( ashtrays):
Be sure that ash from ashtrays is fully extinguished and cool before disposal.
Could start fire.
Thorough cleaning and drying will remove most organisms from a surface and should always precede disinfection and sterilization.
Cleaning is normally accomplished by the use of water, mechanical action and detergents. It may be manual or mechanical, using ultrasonic cleaners or washer/disinfector that may facilitate cleaning and decontamination of some items and reduce the need for handling.
If you are a business, the Duty of Care applies to you.
As a business, you have a duty to ensure that any waste you produce is handled safely and in accordance with the law.
Teeth and mouth
By being well presented, clean and tidy, people can feel more confident, especially in social situations. Our chances of succeeding either in work or social settings, or even with the opposite sex can be altered by maintenance of good hygiene.
The position of your client and yourself can affect and minimize fatigue and the risk of injury.
Client: seat the client comfortable with back against the chair. Try to prevent the client from slouching. This minimizes discomfort to the client and helps the stylist to complete the haircut correctly.
Yourself: stand with feet slightly apart to maintain balance. Avoid stretching or bending. This help to prevent long term injury.
The life and health
is the most important
thing in our lives
so be safe.