PPE for our Clients and Staff at Shine.
Updated as of 15th of July:
We will not be changing our protocols on July 19th.
Along with hygiene protocols, sanitisation gaps before and after every client and the complexity of working at reduced capacity, other areas of health and safety requirements include:
1. Providing a single use mask on arrival and asking you to keep your possessions to a minimum.
2. Temperature checks of all staff every 6 hours and every client on arrival.
3. Switching to single use compostable towels in all of the clinic rooms.
3. All treatment rooms are running air purification systems with Hepa filters.
4. New treatment bed covers and solutions to sterilise between every client.
5. The removal of all soft furnishings and replacement with wipeable furniture.
6. Hand sanitiser will be available at the front door, at every cutting station and in every room.
You are now welcome to keep your own mask on for Health and Beauty treatments, or if you wish, you can have one of our fresh single use masks. In Salon we advise to use ours, as material ones can get wet at the basins.
We are now starting to use our cloak rooms again and are able to serve water, tea and coffee. So we are able to get closer to a sense of normality, whilst still preserving many safety aspects with respect to distancing and sanitisation to help everyone stay safe.
We are happy to say that through our diligence, we have had no Covid cases at Shine as a result of anyone on site passing it to eachother. When Team Members have been told to isolate, it has been from a family or house member. We have not had any confirmed cases within Shine and we believe in the protocols we have in place.
We look forward to seeing you again soon at Shine, where you can not only look good and feel great, but where you can also feel safe and taken care of during this time.
We are currently unable to accept clients who are not able to wear a mask due to the increased risk this places our staff and clients in. If you have a valid Mask Exemption from your doctor and need an appointment, we require you to communicate with our management team to discuss your options at least 48hours before the appointment you have booked. This can be done via firstname.lastname@example.org
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