Standard Occupational Classification (SOC): Barbers
Barbers in the healthcare industry typically work in hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities and are responsible for providing hair care services to patients and residents. These individuals may be responsible for tasks such as:
Cutting, styling, and grooming patients’ and residents’ hair
Shampooing and conditioning hair
Providing beard trims and other facial grooming services
Maintaining clean and sanitary work stations and equipment
Maintaining accurate records of services provided
Communicating with patients and residents to understand their hair care needs and preferences
Barbers in the healthcare industry should be skilled in hair care techniques and be knowledgeable about different hairstyles and grooming techniques. They should also be patient, compassionate, and able to work with patients and residents who may have physical or cognitive limitations. Barbers in the healthcare industry should also be able to follow infection control protocols and adhere to strict hygiene standards to ensure the safety and well-being of their clients.
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