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Hairdressing Industry and Dermatitis (2)

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Question: What controls should hairdressers consider and implement?
 
Answer: Hairdressing personnel should be trained to wear disposable, non-latex gloves when undertaking wet operations.
 
• Choose a longer - length glove; folding the cuff back to stop water running down the
  arms.
• Change gloves between clients.
• Pick a smooth glove to stop hair snagging.
• Ensure their gloves are a good fit.
• Remove gloves by peeling them down from the cuff, while avoiding touching skin
  with wet glove.
• Use a fresh pair of gloves for each new task.
• Ensure gloves are worn when cleaning up spills.
• Rotate jobs to minimise wet work.
• Develop the habit of examining their hands for any potential symptoms such as
  dryness, flaking of inflammation. Dry their hands thoroughly with a soft cotton or
  paper towel and understand that this is part of their skin care regime. Moisturise
  after washing hands as well as at the beginning and end of the working day.
 
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This editorial has been provided by JLT Business Insurance Services. If you want more information or to discuss your insurance needs in more details visit them online at www.jltbis.co.uk.
 
Disclaimer
Whilst all reasonable care has been taken in the preparation of this publication no liability is accepted under any circumstances by Jardine Lloyd Thompson for any loss or damage occurring as a result of reliance on any statement, opinion, or any error or omission contained herein. Any statement or opinion reflects our understanding of current or proposed legislation and regulation that may change without notice. The content of this document should not be regarded as specific advice in relation to the matters addressed.
 
JLT Business Insurance Services is a division of Jardine Lloyd Thompson UK Ltd who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority under No. 310419.
 
 
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