THE NEW NORMAL
We need to be prepared for re-opening the salon when given the word by our local authorities. Here are a few things you need to consider doing before our return.
1. Stock up on anti-bacterial soap for your clients to wash their hands in your suite, to avoid them using all your sanitizer and avoid too much traffic at the restroom sinks.
2. Stock up on barbicide, alcohol, hydrogen peroxide and other disinfectant. Supplies are scarce so start looking now.
3. Acquire extra smocks, so your clients do not have to share them and you can wash them at night. Offer for your clients to bring a sheet or cape of their own if they prefer.
4. Washable or disposable masks for you and that occasional client that forgot theirs. Here are the CDC's recommendations for masks for non-medical workers. https://bit.ly/2z3Xcgr
5. Write your own policies for your salon suite and notify your clients NOW via email, text and social media so they can understand what is expected and they can purchase masks, smocks, etc.. If they choose to.
6. Communicate, communicate, and communicate with your clients NOW to make sure they understand that their safety is your main concern!
After conducting a survey, and speaking to many of you yesterday, I have decided on the below salon wide policy. In the ad below, are some changes that I and those I spoke to unanimously felt are necessary temporarily until Covid-19 is better under control. There is not an industry in this world that has not been affected in some way by this disaster; therefore it is important Salon Meyerland is pro-active in regards to the safety of tenants, our clients and our businesses.
Below is an advertisement with new Salon Meyerland policies. Read it carefully. I intend on running the ad as soon as possible on social media to get the word out how seriously we are taking everyone's safety.
This is for everyone's protection. Please text me your feedback.
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