Body massage: Therapy basics by Rosser M.

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By Rosser M.

This new version of physique therapeutic massage: remedy fundamentals has been completely up-to-date to satisfy the necessities of the next awarding our bodies: NVQ/SVQ good looks remedy point three; Edexcel nationwide degree in attractiveness treatment; VTCT and ITEC. This ebook contains a fresh color part and updated diagrams and images all through. Written through a professional within the box, this variation is aimed basically at point three scholars, and comprises new fabric on health and wellbeing, defense and hygiene to fulfill the legislative requisites for therapeutic massage practitioners. a brand new part introducing complex therapeutic massage concepts and passive activities presents additional info for the coed attracted to learning past point three. complete evaluate tips is additionally incorporated.

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Sterilisation is the total destruction of microbes and spores. Disinfecting: use of a chemical agent that destroys microbes but not spores. Disinfectants for use in salon: ➛ 70% alcohol – methylated spirit and surgical spirit – isopropyl alcohol ➛ glutaraldehyde – Cydex ➛ chlorine – Milton, Domestos ➛ phenols – Dettol, Dettinox, Izal, Lysol ➛ ammonium compounds – Cetavlon, Savlon ➛ diquamides – Hibitane, Hibiscrub, Dispray Q U E S T I O N S 1. Define (a) hazard and (b) risk. 2. What is the role of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE)?

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H. faults in the wiring or overloading the circuit R. may cause fires resulting in injury or even death if the fire is severe. H. water in the area where electrical equipment is used or working with wet hands R. electric shock. H. trailing leads and cables across the floor R. tripping people up and causing injury. H. loose-fitting bulbs R. falling on clients, causing burns or falling on bedding and towels, causing fires. H. positioning lamps directly over clients R. falling or exploding bulbs may cause burns and injure the client.

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