Risk Management Training for Salons & Spas

Risk Management Training for Salons and Spas

Even before the pandemic, salons and spas faced a number of risks that could threaten their business, from slip and falls to faulty product issues and treatment risks. Now, beauty businesses must also consider the risks involving sanitization to keep their clients and employees safe. Like all risk management, proper training for both new and
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Operating During the Pandemic: What Salons and Spas have Learned

As spas and salons move past the one-year anniversary of the first COVID-19 lockdowns, it’s a good time to reflect on the enormous challenges presented by the pandemic. Salons and spas across the country were closed for months, and even when they were able to reopen, they had to brainstorm creative solutions and observe new safety measures.
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Skincare Risks at Salons and Spas

Skincare treatments are one of the most regularly requested services at salons and spas. Face masks, peeling treatments and CBD-infused skincare are just some of the many ways that salons and spas are able to respond to the latest trends and help customers maintain the glowing skin everyone is seeking. However, these treatments are not risk-free,
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Salon Service Risks: Common Salon Insurance Claims

Many salon insurance claims stem from slips and falls, as they do for many businesses. However, injuries and errors related to salon services and treatments can also result in lawsuits — which may also damage your reputation — and costly insurance claims. Hair color services are a source of salon insurance claims, as some of the components
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Salons, Spas, and Barbershops At the Center of COVID-19 Charitable Giving

Salons and barbershops have adapted to operating during the pandemic, stepping up sanitation efforts and requiring masks of all staff and patrons. However, the need to limit the number of clients has disrupted an unofficial function of these small businesses: serving as a community center. In addition to doling out fresh cuts and tidy brows,
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Stylists Working From Home: Managing Stress, Risk and Insurance

As uncertainty amid the current pandemic grows, so will the number of people working from home. The past year has shown the world that it’s possible to work from home in more career industries than you’d think. As coronavirus forced businesses to shut down their in-house operations, the demand of remote work is higher than ever. Now, more and
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How Day Spas Cultivate Wellness and Safety During the Pandemic

After months at home with their favorite businesses closed, more and more people have returned to stress-relieving pampering and self-care. For day spas, the focus needs to be on ensuring that their new standards for safety and health are up to snuff. The challenge is to maintain a relaxing atmosphere while being stringent about health and safety
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5 Self-Care Tips for Salon Staff During COVID-19

Within the past several months, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused an extreme shift in the way individuals and businesses conduct their everyday lives. As state officials are lifting lockdowns, new challenges will emerge in the day-to-day routines of everyday life. What can be difficult is adapting to the new reality. Practicing self-care is
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Salon Professional Liability Insurance: Who, What and Why

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the future isn’t clear for many small businesses. But no matter what is going on in the world, one thing is certain: salons, spas and barber shops can manage their risks and protect their investments with the right insurance policy. This is where professional liability insurance comes in. Professional
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Salon & spa reopening risks: What have we learned so far?

As businesses have continued reopening, there has been a spike in COVID-19 cases nationwide. The spike has renewed concerns that many businesses are not adequately preparing and accounting for COVID-19 precautions when reopening their locations. At salons and spas, this is particularly relevant, since services depend on physical contact. So, what
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