• Audit Title

  • Client / Site

  • Address
  • Phone Number

  • Trim File No.

  • Conducted on

  • Inspection Result

Business details

  • Proprietor

  • Email

  • ABN

  • Person interviewed

  • Inspection type

  • Procedures

  • Other

Premises - Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 and Public Health Skin Penetration Regulation 2012

  • Is the premises clean and hygienic

  • Fixtures and fittings are in a good state of repair, smooth, impervious and capable of being easily and effectively cleaned

  • Facilities that are adequate for the purpose of keeping beauty treatment appliances and utensils clean.

  • Equipment clean, dry and in good working order

Handwash - Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 and Public Health Skin Penetration Regulation 2012

  • Hand wash basin is provided with clean, warm, potable water through a single spout

  • A supply of liquid soap (or an alcohol-based hand cleaner) is available

  • Single-use towels or an automatic hand dryer is available

Equipment cleaning sink - Public Health Skin Penetration Regulation 2012

  • Premises equipped with a separate sink that has a supply of clean, warm water for cleaning equipment

Hygiene - Public Health Skin Penetration Regulation 2012

  • Hands washed between clients

  • Single use gloves used for skin penetration procedures (exemption for waxing)

  • Clean linen and gowns or aprons are available?

Linen (NSW Health Best Practice Fact Sheet)

  • Towels or other types of linen used for covering or protection during the procedure is clean at the start of each treatment

  • Linen is washed in detergent and hot water

Waste (Clause 23 & Clause 25)

  • Waste disposal bin provided

  • Sharps disposed into sharps container immediately after use

  • Licensed contractor used for the collection and disposal of sharps waste

Cleaning and Sterilisation (Clause 26)

  • Soiled and clean equipment are stored separately

  • Hospital grade disinfectant used

  • Detergent and water used to clean articles

  • Physical or mechanical action used when cleaning equipment ( i.e. scrubbing)

  • Rinsed with warm or hot water

  • Dried with lint free cloth or in drying cabinet

  • All reusable instruments that penetrate the skin sterilised

  • Items sterilised off site

Use of needles, sharps and other skin penetration articles (Clause 27)

  • Needles, sharps or other skin penetration articles used

  • All needles are single use

  • Packaged items in good condition

  • Storage of packaged items in clean, dry area, away from sunlight

  • Needles/sharps are disposed of in the appropriate sharps container immediately after completing the procedure

  • Cuticle Cutters in use

  • Are the cuticle cutter sterilised correctly

Sterilisation of articles (Clause 26)

  • Premises sterilises articles using bench top steriliser

  • Is there manual recording of the steriliser or print out recorder (as per the Regulation and AS 4815:2006)

  • All items packaged appropriately

  • Training in use of steriliser

  • Records of sterilisation including date, time, temperature and pressure levels, level of time autoclaved

  • Sterilisation records kept for 12 months

  • Maintenance records and annual performance validation of steriliser

  • Date Validated and name and address

Use of Ink and Pigments (Clause 29)

  • Ink and pigments used

  • Liquids/gels are dispensed into single use containers

Waxing (Clause 30)

  • Premises conducts waxing

  • Wax, and any instrument used to apply the wax (such as a spatula), immediately disposed of after use

Inspection results

  • Forms to be submitted to Council

  • Inspection rating

  • Follow up

  • Comments

  • Owner/Employee Signature

Council details

  • Name of officer

  • Officer Signature

  • Phone: (02) 4429 3610
    Fax: (02) 44221816

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