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Chapter 5 The Ship's Laundry
Individual sanitary neck strips will be used for  each  customer. Covering cloths will be changed, preferably daily or as often as necessary, to ensure cleanliness at all times. Street  clothing  of  operators  will  not  be stored  with  that  of  customers. Barbers  or  beauty  operators  will  not  eat, drink,  or  smoke  while  attending  customers. Clean, covered sanitary receptacles will be provided  for  waste  materials  and  used  linen. The  removal  of  cut  hair  from  the  decks should  be  done  frequently  by  dustless  methods. Vacuum-equipped clippers are acceptable. When  compressed  air  is  used  to  remove hair  from  customers,  the  pressure  should  be  15 psi or less. Ships’ barbers are prohibited from shaving customers. The barber’s uniform will consist of a clean barber’s  jacket  and  clean  trousers.  The  barber’s appearance at all times will be neat and tidy. The barber’s hands and fingernails will be clean at all times. The   barber   is   forbidden   to   cut   hair   of anyone  who  has  any  kind  of  disease  or  sore  on the  scalp  or  the  back  of  the  neck  within  the hairlines. The barber will obtain the name, rate, and  division  of  any  person  coming  into  the barbershop who is evidently afflicted with a skin or   scalp   disease   or   with   sores   or   boils.   This information  will  be  reported  to  the  medical officer. The  barbers  will  wash  their  hands  and sterilize  their  instruments  before  serving  each customer. Deodorants  and  mouthwash  should  be made  available  and  their  use  encouraged. Each  barber’s  unit  will  be  equipped  with a  sponge  or  paper  towels  to  wipe  out  the washbasin  and  backbar. Bottles  and  jars  should  be  kept  closed when  not  in  use. All   instruments   must   be   cleaned immediately   after   each   use.   Scissors,   combs, clipper  blades,  and  other  tools  must  be  thoroughly washed with soap and hot water to remove film and debris, then dried with disposable tissue and sterilized after each use. Clippers  must  be  kept  clean  at  all times.  After  each  use,  foreign  matter  must  be removed,  clippers  wiped  with  cotton  saturated with   sterilizing   solution,   and   dried   with   a tissue. Barbers   having   any   infections   or   com- municable  diseases  must  not  attend  customers. Barbers  will  not  smoke  while  attending customers.  The  sanitation  regulations  should  be posted  in  the  barbershop  where  they  can  be  easily read  and  adhered  to.  As  stated  earlier  in  this chapter,  the  medical  officer  or  senior  Hospital Corpsman  on  board  will  prepare  the  sanitation regulations  and  post  them  in  the  barbershop. 4-7

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