The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) Releases New Educational Webinar Featuring Industry Expert Doug Schoon Explaining the Best Ways to Keep Your Salon Safe

The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) has released a new webinar entitled “Navigate OSHA Standards with Industry Expert Doug Schoon“.  The presentation, delivered by renown scientist and industry expert Doug Schoon, highlights the importance of taking the proper steps to ensure a safe salon environment.  Subjects covered in the video include:

Proper salon ventilation (such as implementing a source capture system)

Who and what is OSHA?

Compliance requirements for salons

Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs)

Formaldehyde, bloodborne pathogens and hazard communications

Top OSHA issues and violations within the salon

Doug Schoon, a leading research scientist and educator, will shed light on how these topics relate to salons and the professional beauty industry in terms we can all understand.  The importance of proper salon ventilation can be seen twice in the presentation at minute marks 27:10-28-15 and 53:18-55:10   To check out the the video (number 22 in the PBA catalog), click here.

354 Replies to “The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) Releases New Educational Webinar Featuring Industry Expert Doug Schoon Explaining the Best Ways to Keep Your Salon Safe”

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