Salon Case Study

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2) Ingestion from swallowing
3) External contact-corrosive, dermatitis skin absorption

Measure to prevent hazards / Risk assessment (The likelihood that harm will be caused by exposure to the hazard e.g. not wearing protective clothing when handling chemicals)
 Out of date products will be immediately returned to the suppliers
 It will be purchased only professional products
 The inflammable products and cleaning products will be safely deposited and recorded in a special file and will have an up to fate Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
 Prevent cross-infection occurring by using the appropriate hygiene and sterilisation methods.
 Gloves, ventilation and other protection equipment it will use if any of the staff displays signs of Dermatitis
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Employee concerns will be addressed in a timely manner.
Salon employees are responsible for the following:

 Maintaining clear pathways around work areas
 Reporting and seeking first aid for all injuries, regardless of how minor
 Reporting unsafe conditions or equipment
 Providing notice to your supervisor before beginning the workday, of any medication that may cause drowsiness or other side effects that could lead to injury to yourself or your co-workers.

If you have an accident while at work or on your way to work, you need to find out what you should do. If necessary, you should seek medical help from your local general practitioner (GP/family doctor) or hospital. You should report the accident to your employer. Then you may need to check if there are any benefits or entitlements that you may be eligible for while you are out of work and what to expect when you return to work.
The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Acts 2005 and 2010 set out the rights and obligations of both employers and employees and provides for substantial fines and penalties for breaches of the health and safety legislation. You can read more in our document on health and safety at

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