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Maintaining Health And Safety In the Salon

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Unit 202 Maintaining Health And Safety In the Salon Index Page 1| Question 1 - Importance of each of maintaining health and safety in the salon Question 2 - Examples of potential sources of infection Question 3 - Three examples of methods used to control infection Question 4 - Ways in which safety of electrical equipment can be maintained Page 2| Question 5a - State the difference between a hazard and a risk Question 5b - Describe two hazards that may occur in the salon Question 5c - Example of a hazard that needs to be referred to a manager Question 6 - The correct method for disposing certain types of waste Question 7 - Items of protective equipment used in the salon Question 8 - explain what is meant by the different terms for health and safety Question 9 - Describe how to position myself and client to maintain safety Question 10 - Why it is important to maintain security within the salon Unit 202 Maintain Health and ...read more.

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You could also pass on infection c) Conduct- is important other wise you could cause an accident Q2 Give two examples of potential sources of infection and each state how he risk is minimised * Hepatitis B-Wash all towels and gowns after use in 60? wash * Hepatitis C-Sterilise all equipment and tools in sterilises. Q3 a) Give Three examples of methods used to control infection. * Chemicals * UV Rays * Auto Claves b) Identify one limitation of each of these methods * Chemicals- cannot be used on any electrical equipment * UV Rays- have got to hit every part of equipment so it takes time. * Auto Claves - can only use on metal tools Q4 List two ways in which safety of electrical equipment can be maintained. * Check it works regularly * Placing all hot equipment on heat protecting mats. Q5 a) State the difference between a hazard and a risk A hazard could cause harm and a risk is likelihood of harm occurring from a hazard. ...read more.

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* Contaminated waste- are disposed of by being burnt or put in an enclosed bag following salons policy and manufacturers instructions Q7 List three items of protective equipment used in the salon * Gloves * Aprons * Face Mask Q8 Briefly explain what is meant by the following terms for health and safety a) Legislation -written and proved laws set in place by the government b) Code of practise- Set by industry bodies recommended to use when working c) Work place policies - Rules written by employers and in the contract of employment. Q9 Briefly describe how to position myself and client to maintain safety when working. My client should be comfortable and upright, looking into the mirror. I should be stood upright so I have got even balance not over stretching, so I don't cause myself injury Q10 state two reasons why it is important to maintain security within the salon. * So everyone's belongings are safe * For insurance liability Chritsina robinson ...read more.

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