SCC Health Safety Licensing Photographs

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Salon Compliance Consulting Marianne Light, former Inspector with CA Board of Barbering and Cosmetology, presents the CA BBC Most Common Violations in photographs. The photographs will show the "Do's" and the "Do Not's"

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Health, Safety, and Licensing Photographs Examples of Common Violations and how to Avoid them:

Health, Safety, and Licensing Photographs Examples of Common Violations and how to Avoid them Each Slide will be shown for 8 seconds

965(a) Display of Personal License Your Personal License must be Conspicuously Posted at your Primary Workstation:

965(a) Display of Personal License Your P ersonal License must be Conspicuously Posted at your Primary Workstation No Violation License Conspicuously posted at primary workstation $50.00 Violation License NOT Conspicuously posted

904(a) Posting Health and Safety Rules Health and Safety Rules must be Conspicuously posted in Reception Area:

904(a) Posting Health and Safety Rules Health and Safety Rules must be Conspicuously posted in Reception Area No Violation Health and Safety Rules Conspicuously posted $50.00 Violation Health and Safety Rules not Conspicuously posted

979(c) Storage of Soiled Non-Electric Instruments All soiled instruments must be kept in a receptacle that is labeled Soiled or Dirty:

979(c) Storage of Soiled Non-Electric Instruments All soiled instruments must be kept in a receptacle that is labeled Soiled or Dirty No Violation Soiled instruments in a receptacle properly labeled $100.00 Violation Soiled instrument receptacle not labeled

979(d) Storage of Disinfected Non-Electrical Instruments All disinfected instruments must be kept in a clean, covered place that is labeled Disinfected or Clean:

979(d) Storage of Disinfected Non-Electrical Instruments All disinfected instruments must be kept in a clean, covered place that is labeled Disinfected or Clean No Violation Disinfected instruments in a clean, covered place that is properly labeled $100.00 Violation Disinfected instruments not covered or properly labeled

979(a) – Disinfection of Non-Electrical Instruments Before use upon a patron: *Clean instruments with soap or detergent and water *Totally immerse in an EPA-registered disinfectant with bactericidal, fungicidal, and virucidal activity and follow the manufacturers instructions :

979(a) – Disinfection of Non-Electrical Instruments Before use upon a patron: *Clean instruments with soap or detergent and water *Totally immerse in an EPA-registered disinfectant with bactericidal, fungicidal, and virucidal activity and follow the manufacturers instructions No Violation IF you follow the instructions above $100.00 Violation If you do not follow the instructions above

979(b) – Disinfection not changed and/or Covered Always keep disinfection solution covered Always change disinfection according to the manufacturers instructions :

979(b) – Disinfection not changed and/or Covered Always keep disinfection solution covered Always change disinfection according to the manufacturers instructions No Violation Disinfection solution is clean and covered $100.00 Violation Disinfection solution is not covered and is not clean.

988(a) Liquids, Creams, Powders, and Cosmetics Liquids, Creams, Powders, and Cosmetics must be kept in a clean and closed container:

988(a) Liquids, Creams, Powders, and Cosmetics Liquids, Creams, Powders, and Cosmetics must be kept in a clean and closed container No Violation Container is clean and closed $50.00 Violation Container is open and dirty

988(b) Labeling Liquids, Creams, Powders, and Cosmetics All Liquids, Creams, Powders, and Cosmetics must be distinctly labeled as to their contents:

988(b) Labeling Liquids, Creams, Powders, and Cosmetics All Liquids, Creams, Powders, and Cosmetics must be distinctly labeled as to their contents No Violation Distinctly labeled $50.00 Violation Not distinctly labeled

988(c) Removal of Liquids, Creams, Powders, and Cosmetics When using only a portion of a cosmetic preparation, remove from container as not to contaminate the remaining portion :

988(c) Removal of Liquids, Creams, Powders, and Cosmetics When using only a portion of a cosmetic preparation, remove from container as not to contaminate the remaining portion No Violation Several wax sticks used – wax sticks were not “Double Dipped” - wax not contaminated $50.00 Violation 1 Used wax stick dipped several times into container of wax – wax remaining is contaminated

981(a) Disposal of Non-Disinfectable Items Immediately discard any items, that have come into direct contact with a patron, that cannot be disinfected. Discard into a waste receptacle.:

981(a) Disposal of Non-Disinfectable Items Immediately discard any items, that have come into direct contact with a patron, that cannot be disinfected. Discard into a waste receptacle . No Violation Used items that cannot be disinfected are disposed of immediately in a waste receptacle $100.00 Violation Used items not immediately disposed in waste receptacle

978(a)5 Sufficient Disinfection Solution for Total Immersion When disinfecting instruments there must be sufficient disinfection solution for total immersion:

978(a)5 Sufficient Disinfection Solution for Total Immersion When disinfecting instruments there must be sufficient disinfection solution for total immersion No Violation Instruments totally immersed $100.00 Violation Instruments not totally immersed

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