OSHA: Occupational Safety & Health Administration Regulations
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At one time, OSHA compliance was considered an issue only important to and applicable for industry. Because salons do not use heavy equipment or have issues regarding noise levels or high-level chemical spills, people assumed that they were safe. Employee injuries were documented, and business went on as usual. However, OSHA now mandates that salons and spas have written safety compliance plans, specific to their company and location, that address the safety standards for their industry
- Paragon CET Staff
- Leah Alberto
In order to offer safe and effective services to the public, cosmetology professionals must be aware of the chemical makeup, growth, and structure of hair, skin, and nails. Cosmetologists' basic knowledge and their commitment to increased understanding will translate into client satisfaction.