Guidelines For

  • Safe Usage of Infrastructure Facility
  • Industry Personnel
  • Clientele
  • Salon Professional
  • Rejuvenation Professional
  • Fitness Professional
  • Yoga Professional
  • Alternate Therapy Professional
  • Safe Usage of Infrastructure Facility: Operational Guidelines
  1. Thermal Scanner to be installed in the premises,
  2. Cleaning Personnel must wear covered Shoes/Boots, disposable gloves, and disposable triple-layered face mask, before any cleaning procedure.
  3. Before disinfection, premises to be cleaned with soap and water solution.
  4. Indoor areas should be mopped with 1% Sodium Hypochlorite or Phenolic disinfectants.
  5. Metallic surfaces such as door handles, security locks, keys, etc. to be wiped with 70% alcohol solution.
  6. All high contact surfaces like tabletops, trolleys, chairs handle, tea/coffee dispensing machines, mirrors, intercom systems, etc. should be wiped after every use with a linen/absorbable cloth soaked in 1% Sodium Hypochlorite.
  7. Outdoor areas should be washed twice a day with disinfectants like Chloroxylenol (4.5-5.5%)/ Benzalkonium Chloride.
  8. Separate sets of cleaning equipment should be used for toilets, sinks, and water closets.
  9. All Cleaning equipment to be disinfected after use.
  10. Disposable materials to be discarded immediately after use to prevent cross-contamination.
  11. Non Disposable gowns/linen should be soaked in bleach solution with 70% available chlorine, washed with detergent and rinsed in hot water, and then sun-dried properly.
  12. Cleaning personnel should be segregate the recyclable & non-recyclable wastes in a separate bin.
  13. Sanitizers to be kept at the entrance & multiple service delivery locations inside the premises.
  14. Post the working hours, premises to be fumigated every day.
  15. The ambient temperature of 24 to 30 degrees centigrade with a relative humidity of 40-70 % to be maintained inside the workplace with the support of mechanical ventilation and air conditioning systems. 
  16. Lean into pre-booking so that social distancing norms can be maintained.
  17. Incorporate basic health questions to get an assurance for the clientele well being before giving them an appointment.
  18. Update confirmed appointment and remind via SMS with a short note on rescheduling if they feel ill or unwell.
  19. Ensure the staff and visitors undergo thermal screening before entering the patient.
  20. Greet the client with Indian Tradition “Namaste” instead of handshakes.
  21. Restructure the workplace set-up, by keeping a minimum distance of 2 meters in between two clients.
  22. Display posters/signages promoting regular hand washing and respiratory hygiene in the premises.
  23. Avoid keeping magazines and newspapers in the reception area.
  24. Conduct a COVID-19 awareness program for the employees.
  25. Ensure a proper supply of disposable headgear, gloves, a face mask to the clientele & employee.
  26. Display rate list on the organisation’s website, mobile application, or on notice board.
  27. Request clientele not to crowd the reception area and stand in queue for payment/queries/feedback by keeping a minimum distance of 2 meters.
  28. Encourage digital payment.
  29. Ask the employees to work in shifts.
  30. Prohibit the consumption of tobacco on the premises.
  31. Request the staff to stay at home even if they have mild symptoms of cold, cough, or fever.
  32. Sanitise hands and wear a triple-layered disposable face mask, disposable apron & gloves before starting the services,
  33. Maintain basic hygiene & proper distance between the clientele and oneself,
  34. Request the clientele to sanitise hands on arrival at the salon center to prevent cross-contamination,
  35. Ensure the clientele wear a triple-layered disposable face mask,
  36. Discourage the clientele to bring along a company for service
  37. Request a clientele to declare any symptoms, foreign travel & exposer to high-risk segments before availing any services,
  38. Give disposable linen, headbands, gowns, neck wrap, etc. to the clients,
  39. Open sealed single-use packs for every service,
  40. Use Disposable tools like a spatula, makeup applicators, wands, etc for the services,
  41. Check for the expiry dates of the products before every use and discard used/expired products & tools properly,
  42. Wash hands with soap and water or sanitize hands properly before and after every service,
  43. Sterilize tools and equipment before and after every use,
  44. Ensure rooms are clean post every service,
  45. Sterilize wooden and metallic hair brushes using the ultraviolet rays.
  46. Discard blades post-shaving in a closed bin.
  47. Use isopropylidene alcohol to sanitize any tools including tweezers, scissors, clipper, lash curlers, emery board, block buffer, etc,
  48. Dry wash makeup brushes using a special cleaner formulated with isododecane to remove oil-based products,
  49. Focus on breathing exercise to improve cardiorespiratory endurance of the clientele,
  50. Keep the cut physical injury covered to avoid cross-contamination,
  51. Do not share personal care item like towels, water bottles, etc. with anyone
  52. Practice Yogasana, Pranayam, Kapalbhati & meditation for at least 30 min in a day to increase the respiratory endurance,
  53. Encourage everyone to inhale steam & to drink lukewarm water throughout the day,
  54. It is recommended to use coconut oil/sesame oil/ ghee in the nostrils with Practising Pratimarsh Naysa ( Pratimarsha Nasya. Nasyakarma is the name given to the procedure of administrating medicines through nasal route (trans-nasal medication) which is one among the important routes of drug administration in the Ayurveda system of medicine.)
  55. Neurotherapist should perform Tejas kriya to boost immunity,
  56. Take bath post all sessions of the day,
  57. Wash the uniform in hot water with detergent and bleach.