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Licensing Requirements

Additions - Corrections to: [email protected]

All information listed on the following pages MAY NOT be current.
Please check directly with the agency.

Licensing Requirements Home


Australia
Queensland New South Wales


General information only.. as provided April 2001 by a nail technician residing in Australia:


Queensland:

1: Health and Safety Guide for the Hairdressing, Nail and Beauty Industry November 2000
Date: 2000-11-07 Size: 848.6KB URL: http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/hs/guide/gde55.pdf
2: 96-I-43 Hazardous substances in the Hairdressing and Beauty Industry (Information sheet)
Description: Operators and workers within the hairdressing/beauty industry can come into frequent contact with chemicals. There is a range of reported health effects associated with this industry.
Date: 1999-02-23 Size: 33.9KB URL: http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/hs/inform/96-i-43.pdf
3: Hairdressing/Beauty Industry - Problems with Repetitive Movement and Awkward Postures (Safety Link - Medical)
Description: Provides information on problems with repetitive movement and awkward postures in the hairdressing industry
Date: 1999-02-23 Size: 15.8KB URL: http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/hs/safelink/medical/med02.pdf
4: Electrical Safety for those in the Hairdressing/Beauty Industry (Safety Link - Plant)
Description: Provides information on safe practices with electrical safety in the hairdressing/beauty industry.
Date: 1999-02-23 Size: 16.8KB URL: http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/hs/safelink/plant/plant18.pdf
5: Electrical Safety for those in the Hairdressing/Beauty Industry (Safety Link - Plant)
Description: Provides information on safe practices with electrical safety in the hairdressing/beauty industry.
Date: 1999-02-23 Size: 16.8KB URL: http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/hs/safelink/plant/plant/plant18.pdf

6: Hairdressing National Materials 
Date 1999-04-21 Size 54.5KB URL http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/vetinfo/ctm/mat/hair.pdf 


7: hairdress.pdf Date: 2001-02-19 Size: 114.5KB URL: http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/vetinfo/ctm/hairdress.pdf 
8: hairdressing/beauty industry
Summary: Workplace Health and Safety Subject Index Hairdressing/Beauty Industry Information Sheets 96-I-43 Hazardous Substances in the Hairdressing and Beauty Industry
Date: 2000-11-26 Size: 6.8KB URL: http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/hs/index/hairdressing.htm
9: Schedule 11 - Hairdressing Industry of the Order - Apprentices' and Trainees' Wages and Conditions
Description: This document is the Schedule 11 - Hairdressing Industry of the Order governing the wages and conditions for apprentices and trainees in Queensland
Date: 2000-11-04 Size: 18.9KB URL: http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/vetinfo/apptrain/wages/sch11.pdf
10: workplace health and safety-safety sense - hairdressing industry industry
Summary: Workplace Health and Safety Student Program Hairdressing Industry (Continued) Fatigue Hairdressers often work long hours. Most of this time can be spent standing or bending over. Where possible, you should use appropriate seating such as ergonomically designed stools. You should also consider the importance of appropriate footwear such as low heeled, comfortable, covered shoes. It is important that regular rest breaks are taken. This includes allocating time for rest breaks,
Date: 1999-03-11 Size: 11.7KB URL: http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/hs/safesens/industry/sshr4.htm
11: workplace health and safety-safety sense - hairdressing industry industry
Summary: Workplace Health and Safety Student Program Hairdressing Industry (Continued) Hazard Identification Hazard identification is a key step in preventing injury and disease in the workplace. Where there's a risk, you need to stop and think. You need to think about what you are about to do, the potential risks and the likely effects on yourself and other people. The 3 Step Approach to Hazard Identification: 1. Spot the hazard. Be alert at work! Notice potential hazards and work out
Date: 1999-03-11 Size: 14.2KB URL: http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/hs/safesens/industry/sshr2.htm
12: workplace health and safety-safety sense - hairdressing industry industry
Summary: Workplace Health and Safety Student Program Hairdressing Industry Welcome to Safety Sense, an on-line health and safety induction package for secondary school students undertaking work placements and work experience in the Hairdressing Industry as part of their school curriculum. This package should be done after the General Safety Sense package. Have you completed the General package and received your Safety Sense Certificate? YES - Continue NO - Go to Safety Sense, General
Date: 2001-04-03 Size: 13.9KB URL: http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/hs/safesens/industry/sshr1.htm
13: workplace health and safety-safety sense - hairdressing industry industry
Summary: Workplace Health and Safety Student Program Hairdressing Industry (Continued) Slips, Trips and Falls Slippery and uneven floors in the workplace are a serious hazard and can result in far more serious accidents than simply tripping or falling over. Factors that can cause a fall include when: surfaces are slippery (e.g. unswept hair, surfaces are wet, polished or oily); the surface texture of the floor is unsuitable; footwear is unsuitable; moving from one surface to
Date: 1999-03-11 Size: 14.9KB URL: http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/hs/safesens/industry/sshr3.htm
14: approved apprenticeships, traineeships and prevocational courses
Description: approved apprenticeships, traineeships and prevocational courses
Date: 2001-04-02 Size: 2.9KB URL: http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/vetinfo/apptrain/apprenticeships.htm
15: Microsoft Word - Gents Hairdressing.doc Date: 2000-08-10 Size: 13.6KB URL: http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/vetinfo/apptrain/sr/hairgent.pdf
16: Microsoft Word - Ladies Hairdressing.doc Date: 2000-08-10 Size: 13.6KB URL: http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/vetinfo/apptrain/sr/hairlady.pdf
17: Fact Sheet 125 - Pre-vocational Credits for Apprentice Hairdressers
Description: Fact sheet relating to credits applicable to apprentice hairdressers who have completed pre-vocational training
Date: 2001-03-22 Size: 67.6KB URL: http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/vetinfo/apptrain/factsheets/fs125.pdf

18: WRB99 Beauty Industry
Description: Mapping Guide - Beauty
2000-08-18 Size: 106.5KB URL:
http://www.detir.qld.gov.au/vetinfo/ctm/beauty.pdf 

Training materials can now be accessed here


New South Wales

Health & Safety Tips for Nail Technicians:
http://www.women.nsw.gov.au/health/nails.htm 

 

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