Personal appearance services

What are the legislative requirements?

The Act requires all proprietors of all personal appearance services (including both higher risk and non-higher risk) to take all reasonable precautions and care to minimise the risk of infection to their clients, and to ensure all employees do the same.

Queensland Health has developed the booklet What Business needs to know about Personal Appearance Services to assist businesses in implementing measures to minimise the risk of infection.

Training Requirements - Higher Risk Personal Appearance Services

Training Requirements - Higher Risk Personal Appearance Services

Operators carrying out higher risk PAS must complete the minimum training requirements as stated in the Public Health (Infection Control for Personal Appearance Services) Regulation 2016.

Note: Training must be carried out by a registered training organisation.

A copy of the certificate of attainment for competency for each proposed operator must be submitted with your application.

Application - Personal Appearance Services

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