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The 411 on 911s


Enhance your ability to recognize, respond to and report unpredictable UV overexposure emergencies.

Injury is defined as any circumstance or incident resulting from the use of a tanning system that prompts a guest to seek medical attention. Employees must understand the importance of compiling accurate information as part of the response as injuries are “alleged” until they can be substantiated. The procedure for responding to UV overexposure injury must be in accordance with your state’s requirements and salon policy.

After completing this Sun is Life module, you will be able to:

  • • Recognize erythema, UV overexposure or similar injury.
  • • Cite emergency procedures.
  • • Discuss the procedure to report an injury or alleged injury.
  • • Apply the Guest Experience Principle: Theme to Organize Impressions.