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07/14/2021

Safety at the Spa

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New methods of working, new ways of engaging with guests, and, most importantly, new cleaning standards are the benchmarks by which people will evaluate enterprises. The wellbeing and spa sector will, without a doubt, undergo significant changes as a consequence of the epidemic. 

After all, personal attention and the human touch are at the heart of health and spa experiences. Regardless of the adjustments, one thing will stay constant: people’s need to “feel good.” It’s not just about a single massage or one cosmetic treatment when it comes to health and spa operations. They aim to provide people self-assurance, empowerment, and a break from their hectic, linked life. 

So, how can spa enterprises ensure proper safety standards? What steps can ensure the security and safety of their employees? In the modern world, it has become essential to keep the safety of workers and customers an utmost priority. Dig in to know the methods and tips to maintain clean and safe practices for the proper functioning of your spa.

What are the best ways to practice safety at a spa? 

While safety and cleanliness have long been influential in the wellness sector, the current procedures will not suffice. It will be necessary to adopt new processes. Given the circumstances, you’ll need to maintain higher levels of sanitation and cleanliness. Here are some tips for practicing in your spa that’ll re-establish their faith and trust in your service: 

Cut off any needless interaction: 

You want your entity to be a haven for your customers. Even if your services need individuals closer than six feet, you can still keep your customers (and staff) safe at your salon or spa. How? Remove the requirement for customers to utilize a standard tablet or clipboard by implementing virtual check-in and sending agreements and forms to them to fill out before they come. 

You may also protect the employees by investing in PPE kits and single-use towels. Even the security guard and everyone associated with the premises must also use protective gloves at all times. 

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