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Address issues relating to the handling mixing storing and disposing of products, general safety in the workplace, and you're right to know about any potential he hazardous ingredients contain of the products you use and how to avoid these hazards

OSHA

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An abnormal condition of all or part of the body, or its systems or organs, that makes the body incapable of carrying on normal function

Disease

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Capable of destroying bacteria

Bactericidal

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Capable of destroying viruses

Virucidal

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Capable of destroying fungi

Fungicidal

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Round shaped bacteria that appear singly or in groups

Cocci

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Growing clusters like grapes, cause abscesses pustules and boils

Staphylococci

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Arranged in curved lines resembling a string of beads, cause strep throat and blood poisoning

Streptococci

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Spherical bacteria that grow in pairs and cause diseases like pneumonia

Diplococci

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Most common bacteria, short rod shaped, cause diseases like tetanus typhoid fever tuberculosis and diphtheria

Bacilli

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Spiral or corkscrew shaped bacteria, causes syphilis, STDs

Spirilla

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Hair-like extensions on cells that can be used for moving

Cilia

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Created during binary fission

Daughter cells

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Most common way to spread infections

Dirty hands

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Smaller than bacteria, more deadly

Virus

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Plantar warts, infect the bottom of the foot and reasonable small black dots, usually in clustered groups

HPV

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Fungus, affects plants or grows on inanimate objects but does not cause human infections in the salon

Mildew

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Ringworm of the foot, athletes foot

Tinea pedis

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Name for nail infection

Tinea corporis

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Inflammation of the hair follicle is caused by a bacterial infection from ingrown hairs due to shaving or other epilation methods

Folliculitis

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White or varicolored patches on the skin and are often found on arms and legs, sunspots

Tinea versicolor

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Decontamination method 1

Cleaning and then disinfecting with an appropriate EPA-registered disinfectant

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Decontamination method 2

Cleaning and then sterilizing

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What sterilization method is not recommended for use in salons or spas

Dry-heat

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What should you check for on a disinfectant

Strips for checking effectiveness

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What do you do if the client is cut?

Stop and put on gloves

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What should you do if implements come in contact with blood?

Immerse in 10 percent bleach solution

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What should you always do when using a disinfectant

Dilute products according to the instructions on the product label

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A form of formaldehyde

Phenolic disinfectants

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What should you never do when using disinfectant

Place any disinfectant or other product in an unmarked container