Fire safety Disposal and storage of chemicals Personal Protective Equipment Ergonomics Safe use of equipment This will ensure all employees are working to the same level and making sure everything in the salon is as safe as it can be.
Monitor and Maintain Health and Safety Practice in the Salon Assignment. Abigail Davies Sarah Wilkinson Introduction I will be talking about how to carry out a risk assessment and how to maintain health and safety within a salon. I will be able to explain the different procedures of carrying out a risk assessment and
The relationship between Salon & Spa owners/ managers and a local Cosmetology School is very important. It also plays big role in public relations aspect of the business on both parties. Salons need to stay current on the new trends and style within the hair industry and a local cosmetology school
2. Give three reasons that cosmetologists uphold health and safety standards in the salons that employ them.Three reasons cosmetologists uphold these standards is because failing to do so can create a range of consequences, including resolving the problem, paying fines, and or revoking the salons license.
Employment Law Compliance Plan Dannielle Dunagan HRM/531 August 10, 2015 Patrick Stapleton Atwood and Allen Consulting In this memo I will be providing employment law compliance plan for Marylee Luther, a human resources director who is preparing Clapton Commercial Construction for an expansion. Clapton Commercial Construction is currently located in Michigan with 650 employees and looking to expand to Arizona with an employee growth of 20% in the new location. This memo will provide a complete description about the employment laws and how they are applicable to Clapton Commercial Construction expansion. I will also briefly discuss the possible penalties and consequences for non-compliance with these laws. There are five laws in particular that I believe to be most applicable to Clapton Commercial Construction which I will be address in this memo. The five laws are:
1.1 List the aspects of employment covered by law: • Union rights • Training • Health and Safety within the work place • Hours worked • Holiday pay • Equal pay • Redundancy/dismissal • Employment contracts • Age discrimination Employment Law helps to govern the relationships between the employee and the employer with relations to guidelines.
Policies Open Door Policy: The Open door policy allows SCI Americorps members to “share any suggestions, problems, or questions related to their SCI service”. The members are given the option to speak to whomever they would like regarding their issues. I believe that this policy is a great one because it makes it comfortable for the members to speak to someone regarding something that may be affecting their service assignment. Moreover, the fact the members do not have to go to one specific person to talk about their issues is great because a member may not feel comfortable talking to one individual, or maybe that individual is the source of their issue. If this is the case the member may not be able to complete their
Lopatka (2014) explains that in composing handbook rules and policies using creative drafting employers find innovative ways to persuasively appeal to the emotional and mental senses of employees, with the goal of protecting the employer’s legitimate interests (p.74). By standard, personnel handbooks serve as written documentation of workplace policies that govern expected behavior and procedures within the workplace. However, in some cases, handbooks formulate contracts between the employer and employee.
New York has roughly 3,200 nail salons employing 30,000 manicurists and most of them are underpaid or unpaid for various reasons. The employer takes the risk to hire a new manicurist with or without the experience and for that reason they do not get paid for months and is also charged a small training fee of $100. On the other hand, employees go through the immense pressure such as for small mistakes, their tips are withheld, constantly monitored through video and in some cases even physical abuse. For instance, the owners of Iris Nails who has seven chain salons made an
Have a short but clear salon procedures manual in place as soon as you can, and give each employee a contract when they start. These documents are usually easy to find on the internet and you can then customize them to your business. It will save you a lot of headaches in the long run if you are set up properly at the beginning.
When working in a salon it is important for you to take responsibility in the way you behave in maintaining a healthy and safe environment, in order for this to be achieved I would ensure that when moving around in the salon I not run or rush but walk so this reduces the risk of me falling or slipping and injuring myself but also I will not be putting others at risk of harm or injury. I would ensure that I am confident to use the equipment correctly and ensure that all the relevant checks have been carried out to ensure it is safe to use on clients. Before using any products I will be looking at the manufacturers’
Any people who do not get well-mannered treatment should report the episode to the manager or owner of the beauty salon or go somewhere else. Clients should make certain that staff puts into practice of good hygiene, with their customers. A filthy beauty shop is no place to get a trim.
The Creation of Policies and Procedures A Policy and Procedure Manual is a vital to the efficiency, morale, and all overall productivity of any company. This manual informs the employees of the company’s vision and purpose and the steps needed to incorporate that vison into their everyday duties and tasks; therefore, producing continuity and efficiency within the company by eliminating confusion and empowering the employees with knowledge and a sense of belonging and pride. The company’s mission, strategy, and vision are married to a successful system of policies and procedures, thus creating a foundation for a lucrative an efficient business with employees that are equipped, informed, and happy.
Introduction As a Salon Owner, one of your greatest challenges would be working through others in order to accomplish both your personal and professional goals. To do this, you have to be able to make sure your staff is onboard with how you want your salon to run and operate. We are going to take time in this section to help you manage and lead your greatest asset, your Staff.
Cindy was also able to set her own hours as she was the owner and manager. She worked roughly 40 hours a week. The time you invest in a salon depending on your client’s needs, inventory time, operating hours, and making sure things are running smoothly. For a salon it is also required to have attention to detail as you want to look professional and have a safe and healthy environment for every client. There are very strict OSHA guidelines that must be followed. For example, you must test the air about every six months, know how to properly use the chemicals provided, and be able to read a MSDS. A MSDS is material safety data sheet. It explains what to do in case of an emergency and the equipment needed for an accident. A majority of the MSDS is how to respond to an incident with chemicals and fire. It also tells you where to dispense and hazardous supplies. Most salons come with a biohazard box which is for any sharp object or something that has come in to contact with bodily fluid you may need to get rid of like a razor blade, shears, Band-Aids, or paper towels with blood spills. There are various guidelines on where to send your biohazard box.