COVIDSafe Work Plan- Hair & Makeup (Freelance/Mobile)
1. Ensure physical distancing
-A large enough space to ensure there is 4 square metres per person for client/talent and hair & makeup artists will be confirmed.
-The makeup and/or hair table will be set up 1.5 metres from the client/talent stool to limit the amount of time spent in the same space.
-Other trades/vendors will need to be set up a distance away from the hair and/or makeup artist.
-No one else is allowed to enter the designated hair and/or makeup area. They must keep a distance of at least 1.5 metres. Chairs may be used to section off the area if necessary.
2. Wear A face covering
-A KN95 mask will be worn by the hair & makeup artist.
3. Practise good hygiene
-The hair and makeup artist and the client/talent must both wash their hands for 20 seconds with soap and water or use hand sanitiser (65-80% alcohol) for 30 seconds before starting services.
-All hair brushes and combs will be sanitised before use.
-All makeup brushes will be washed with soap and sanitised before use. Brushes will only be used on the one person until they can be washed with soap and water and sanitised.
-All hard surfaces and packaging will be wiped down with either 70% alcohol or Benzalkonium Chloride between clients/talent.
-No one is to touch the hair & makeup station or to leave personal items on the hair and makeup table eg. phones and coffee cups. No eating or drinking will be allowed in the makeup or hair chair.
4. Keep good records and act quickly if worker gets unwell
-The full name and contact number of all private clients will be recorded and kept safe for 30 days for contact tracing purposes.
5. Avoid interactions in enclosed spaces
-Where possible, windows and doors should be left open to increase air flow, even if air conditioning is being used.
-Where possible, hair & makeup will be set up near an open door or window.
6. Create workforce bubbles
-As a sole trader the number of workers is significantly reduced.
Business Name: Amy Kenny Hair & Makeup Artist
Plan completed by: Amy Kenny
Date Reviewed: 2nd February 2022