Worker Hazards in Hair and Nail Salons
Workers in hair and nail salons can be exposed to a variety of hazards during their workday. From the chemicals used in dying hair to the adhesives used in manicures, there are many hazards to be aware of.
Products used regularly in hair and nail salons contain chemicals linked to asthma, cancer, skin irritation and other potential health effects. Know what steps to take to limit or eliminate their risk.
Chemicals in hair and nail salons
Tasks in hair and nail salons that increase health risks:
Protecting the Health
of Nail Salon Workers
Index of International
Chemical Safety Cards
of Public Health
Preventing Exposure and Lowering Your Risk
If you don't see your job on these pages, or have additional questions, contact the Delaware Helpline at 1-800-464-HELP.
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