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Hairdressers of the world unite against hidden dangers of the salon

Published on Saturday 4th of March 2017 04:06:07 PM in Guardian

Hairdressing is not an obviously dangerous occupation. Yet working in a hair salon or a barber’s shop can provoke skin conditions, musculoskeletal diseases such as arthritis and tendonitis and work-related asthma.Now Usdaw, the shopworkers’ union which represents many of Britain’s estimated 140,000 hairdressers, is calling for ...

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