Demonstrate safety practices when working with all chemical services.
Safety practices should include
- proper draping of chemical services by applying towel under and over cape
- application of protective cream around hairline
- use of protective gloves
- consultation of the client's record card for pertinent information
- performance of a predisposition test (patch test)
- analysis of client's scalp and hair
- performance of strand test
- use of sanitized towels and implements
- removal of any lightener or color with cool damp cloth
- replacement of soiled towel with clean towel if necessary
- rinsing with cool tepid water
- adherence to manufacturer's directions and Safety Data Sheet (SDS).
- What is the proper draping technique for a chemical service?
- What should be applied around hairline?
- How should students protect their hands?
- What information should be found on a client record card?
- What is a predisposition test?
- When is a predisposition test performed?
- What are other names for the predisposition test?
- What information can be gained from a scalp analysis?
- What is a strand test?
- Why is it necessary to use sanitary towels and implements?
- What is the importance of using cool damp towels to remove chemicals from the skin?
- Why is it necessary to use cool tepid water?
- What is an SDS?