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Cross

knowledge
By
Jackie Ratcliffe
Contents

Page 1. Preparation for clients- cutting, colouring and long hair

Page 2. PPE for stylist and clients

Page 3. Waste disposal and salon legal requirements

Page 4. Regulations and responsibilities with regards

Page 5. Positioning yourself and clients correctly

Page 6. Importance of a clean and tidy work area

Page.7 safe hygienic working methods

Page 8. Acceptable/ non acceptable personal hygiene

Page 9. Salons cleaning, disinfecting and sterilisation methods

Page 10. Reasons of economical use of products

Page 11. Effective advice to clients


Preparation for clients
Preparation for cutting

 First ensure all work areas and tools are clean to avoid cross infection.
 A clean gown is required to protect the clients clothing and skin.
 A water proof cape or towel to prevent client getting wet from drips of wet hair

Preparation for colouring

 A clean gown is required to protect the clients clothing and skin from colour.
 A washable or disposal cape is used to save colour going on the client’s gown. This is
important in case the colour seeps through the gown coming into contact with the clients
clothing or skin.
 Towels are also used for extra protection to client’s skin and clothing and save gowns and
capes.

Preparation for long hair

 Gowns are used to protect clients clothing and skin from water, product and heat.

Towels are also used for long hair when using heat for extra protection

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PPE for stylists and clients
PPE for cutting

Stylist -

 There isn’t necessary protective clothing for a cutting service for the stylist but they may
wish to wear an apron to prevent clothes getting hairs on them.

Client-

 a gown is used to protect the clients skin and clothing from hair cuttings
 Towels are used to catch drips from wet hair
 A cutting collar can also be used for short hair to stop hair cuttings going onto the skin

PPE for colouring

Stylist-

 Can use an apron to protect clothing from colour and chemicals.


 Gloves must always be used to protect the skin from chemicals and staining the skin and
nails.

Clients-

 A gown used to protect the clients clothes.


 A disposable cape to protect any further leakage through the gown.
 A towel for extra protection and comfort.

PPE for long hair

Stylist-

 An apron may be used if wished.

Client-

 A gown is used to protect skin and clothing from heat and product.

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Disposal of waste and legal requirements

Disposal of waste-

 Left over tint/bleach is all disposed of in a chemical bin.


 Sharps or glass objects have to be wrapped in paper or tissue and then disposed of in a
cardboard box.

Legal requirements-

 Client record cards must be stored and disposed of properly.


 If record cards are being disposed of they must be fully shredded.
 Client confidentiality is required. Anything spoken to you in confidence by a client must
strictly be kept between yourself and the client.

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Regulations and responsibilities with regards

 All electrical equipment should be pat tested and regularly maintained.

 If any equipment is faulty or seems unsafe for use it must be put away in safe
storage and reported.

 Any heated equipment should be left to cool before being put away after use and
visually checked before use.

 Ensure all equipment is used only for its purpose and nothing else.

 Everyone should know how to properly and safely use equipment before using.

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Positioning yourself and clients correctly

The importance of position of yourself is very important as a back injury can be caused. This is all
down to posture and you manoeuvre yourself around the client when carrying out a service. If you
have to bend down then you should be able to put your chair higher if not bend from your knees. If
you need to reach the sides of your client walk round to the side of them don’t twist round to them.
The importance of how your client is positioned is important as they could be caused discomfort and
the service may not be done to expectations e.g. if the client is slouched in the chair. Always ensure
clients are seated up straight with their back against the back of the chair.

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Importance of a clean tidy work area
It is important to ensure every work area in the salon is clean to avoid the risk of cross
infection/infestation. The importance of keeping work areas tidy is so you know where
everything is and are not having to waste time looking for what you need, organisation is
key. Things lying around untidy/unorganised can also cause a risk of injury to anyone in the
salon as it can be a hazard without even knowing it. If the salon is not clean and tidy this
could be bad for business as clients wouldn’t enjoy their experience somewhere that is
messy and dirty.

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Safe hygienic working methods
 All work tools e.g. Brushes, combs, clips, clipper guards washed and disinfected
after every use.
 Scissors and clippers wiped sterile after every use
 Wipe down full work area after every use
 Sweep floor after every hair cut
 Sweep and wash floor at the end of every day and in between if needed
 Clean toilet every day as much as necessary

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Acceptable/non acceptable personal hygiene
Acceptable –

 Clean fresh ironed uniform/clothes


 Teeth brushed and breath freshened
 Body spray deodorant
 Perfume
 Clean done hair

Non acceptable-

 Dirty un ironed clothes


 Un brushed teeth
 Body odour
 Over powering perfume to cover body odour

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Salons cleaning, disinfecting and sterilisation
methods

 UV light
 Barbacide
 Liquid disinfectant (detol)
 Bleach
 Sterile wipes

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Reasons for economical use of products

If products are not used economically they may be misused and not work the way they are meant to.
If too much is used a lot can be wasted and is cost affected on salons profits. Interferes on the stock
rotation. To save salon money if storage containers are recycled e.g. Shampoo bottles.

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Effective advice to clients
Advice on cutting clients can be on how to use heated/ electrical equipment to maintain their style.

Advice on colouring clients can be what types of shampoo to use and what to avoid.

Advice on long hair clients can be the use of products to keep the style maintained if wanting to
keep it in for more than a day. Or how to remove pins, Kirby grips or hair pieces.

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Bibliography
 Own knowledge
 Gh19 habia