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BARBERSHOP 1.   GENERAL a.  Layouts  provide  for  adequate  ventilation,  cooling,  heating,  lighting, and  hot  and  cold  water. b.  No  Tipping  sign  posted. c. Authorized Grooming Standards for U.S. Navy Personnel sign posted. d.  Barbers  indoctrinated  in  customer  courtesy,  identification,  and complaint   procedures. e.  Shop  attractive,  clean,  and  tastefully  decorated. f.   Equipment   in   good   condition   and   in   adequate   supply   to   provide required services. g. When a barber chair is not in use, a small sign Not in Use placed on the  mirror. h.   Hours   of   operation   prominently   posted. i. Ships  having  less  than  100  accommodations,  portable  barbershop utensils  stored  in  a  locker. j. Ships  having  101  to  300  accommodations,  a  one-chair  shop  is available  with  one  additional  chair  for  each  additional  300  accommodations or   fraction. k.  If  two  or  more  barber  chairs  are  required  for  troops,  a  separate troop  barbershop  is  provided. 2.   SANITATION a.  Sanitary  regulations  posted  and  adhered  to. b.  Barbers  dressed  in  clean  washable  coats.  Personal  hygiene  practiced by all barbers at all times. c.  Barbers  wash  their  hands  and  sterilize  instruments  before  serving each customer. Deodorants and mouthwash made available and their use by barbers  encouraged. d.  Each  unit  equipped  with  a  sponge  or  paper  towels  to  wipe  out the  washbasin  and  backbar. e. Freshly laundered white towels or paper towels used for each customer. f.  Haircloths  kept  clean  at  all  times.  New  neck  strip  used  on  each customer. g.  Bottles  and  jars  kept  closed  when  not  in  use. h.  All  instruments  scrupulously  cleaned  immediately  after  use.  Razors, scissors, combs, clipper blades, and other tools thoroughly washed with soap and  hot  water  to  remove  film  and  debris,  then  dried  with  disposable  tissue and sanitized. i . Clippers  kept  clean  at  all  times.  After  each  use,  foreign  matter removed, clippers wiped with cotton saturated with sterilizing solution, and dried with a tissue. j. If suspected that a customer has a communicable disease or infection, the clippers and other metallic instruments used will be segregated and the ship’s  medical  officer  contacted  for  disinfecting  procedures  to  be  followed. k.   Barbers   having   any   infections   or   communicable   diseases   do   not attend  customers. l.  Barbers  do  not  smoke  while  attending  customers. m.  Strops  and  hones  kept  clean  at  all  times. n. No razor stropped or honed without having been previously sterilized. o.  Therapeutic  practices,  such  as  treating  pimples  and  ingrown  hair, prohibited. AIII-6

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