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It’s an industry fact: the majority of insurance claims by salon operators are preventable. Often, the difference between a safe, smooth-running business and one filled with headaches and potential financial catastrophe is taking just a few minutes at the beginning and end of every business day to review a brief safety checklist and then, take preventative measures where needed.
To streamline the process and keep your head in the game, Universal Insurance has prepared an easy-to-use safety checklist. We recommend that you post it at the salon’s front counter – and also, post reminder forms near all exits. It’s also a good idea that all staff responsible for opening and closing the business have the checklist on their cell phones.
Each salon is unique and you may offer other products and services that require inspection at the opening and closing of business. It is also a good idea to have emergency contacts in place and responsibilities assigned in the event of an emergency – day or night.
To receive a free copy of the Salon & Spa Safety Checklist, send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org and it will be sent to you promptly!
NOTE: If you have recently added new products or services to your business, please give me a call to discuss obtaining proper insurance coverage.
1. Spray-Tan Machines
2. Washing Machines & Dryers
3. Alarms, Security Systems, Doors, Windows & Signage
4. Toilets & Sinks
5. Coffee Makers & Appliances
6. Air-Conditioners, Heating Systems, Water Heaters & Thermostats
7. Equipment & Service Rooms
Vice President of Universal Insurance Programs, based in Phoenix, AZ. She works with new and existing salon owners to determine and provide insurance coverage for their unique business models. Contact Jenny with any questions regarding your insurance at 800.844.2101 x1480 or email email@example.com.
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