These are the general steps you can take in your salon space to ensure safety for you, your clients and staff.
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Setting Up Your Reception Area & Salon Space
- Set up a separate reception desk or dedicated area for incoming clients - this should be separate to your payment area.
TIP: If you have a small salon space, you can place a sign at the door which says ‘Please wait to enter the salon if there are one or more people near the reception desk.’
- Protective visors, disposable masks, hand sanitiser and other PPE should be placed at both reception desks/areas.
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- Create a controlled pathway to allow clients in and out of the salon safely. You can use floor markings to indicate the way.
TIP: Make sure to accompany your client while they are in the salon to ensure social distancing with others in the salon can be maintained.
- Offer temperature control if possible and keep doors open as much as possible - this will ensure air can flow in and out of the space as well as enable clients and staff to avoid touching door handles.
- Door handles should be wiped with sanitiser after use.
- All magazines and promotional literature should be removed from the salon.
- No beverages should be served, but water should be made available using disposable cups. Ensure there is a bin for clients to dispose of their used cups safely.
- Sanitising stations should be placed around the salon and directly outside the toilet.
- The toilet area should be supervised to avoid close contact with others.
- Implement a staff rota to limit capacity within the salon.
- Offer your staff a comprehensive plan of the new safety and hygiene measures and ensure they are confident and comfortable with them.
Advice for Clients
- Assure clients that you will be making sure that you and all staff will be following every single measure to ensure the salon is a safe space for them to visit and have treatments.
- Advise clients to join your waiting list for appointments so you can monitor interest.
TIP: You can download our Waiting List template to use on your social media accounts. Click to Download.
- Advise clients to attend their appointments alone.
- Clients should be asked to wear PPE while in the salon. You should insist to replace any existing PPE they are wearing with your own on arrival.
- Encourage online bookings, rather than walk-ins.
- Wherever possible, please advise clients to pay by card. Protective finger shields are available when using the card terminal.
- Treatments will be carried out respecting social distancing guidelines, to be specified by the government nearer the time.
- All staff should wear PPE. Staff should use gloves and hand sanitiser, along with disposable masks where appropriate. Protective Visors are available and are comfortable to wear - these make it easy for clients to see your face. All PPE should be either replaced or sanitised where appropriate between clients.
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- If you have individual treatment rooms, utilise them. This will allow clients to enjoy treatments in privacy with their therapists. However, please ensure to keep the door open.
- No towels or couch covers should be used.
- All surfaces should be wipeable.
- Ensure you use new sets of sterilized equipment for each client, including tweezers for lashes. Ideally, you should have an autoclave on-site to sterilise all instruments in between clients.
- Make as much use as possible of disposable tools and products, which are to be used once only and disposed of safely.
- Protective desk visors should be used on the tables for all nail treatments.
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