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The main hazards found in hairdressing include the use of chemicals, dermatitis, the transmission of infectious diseases (such as HIV and Hepatitis B) and the safety of electrical equipment.

Dermatitis

Hand and skin dermatitis are important occupational health problems faced by hairdressers. It occurs when a substance damages the skin. Such as frequent shampooing which removes the skins…

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The commercial waste collection service is operated from Monday to Friday (inclusive)

Grey Sack Collection

This service is offered to small to medium businesses (such as shops, offices etc.) Commercial waste is collected in the Council’s official grey sacks only.

Sack Collection Cost

  • Grey Sacks - Roll of  50 -  £81.25
  • Blue Sacks - Roll of  50 -  £46.70

Bulk…

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Fylde Borough Council provides a bulk bin collection service to local businesses in the borough, upon request. Disposal of commercial waste from business premises’ is subject to requirements and a charge. To become a bulk bin customer, amend existing arrangements or book an additional collection click on one of the tiles below depending on which type…

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With the exception of Part P of the Building Regulations (Electrical Safety) being applicable to electrical work in small detached buildings (as defined below) and in all greenhouses, the following are specific buildings and types of work to which the Building Regulations do not apply.

Buildings controlled under other legislation

Please refer to the details below for direct contact information for members of our Building Control Teams. Address:- Fylde Borough Council Building Control Town Hall Lytham St. Anne's FY8 1LW Tel: 01253 658674 Email: buildingcontrol@fylde.gov.uk Chief Building Control Officer Keith Vernon 01253 658679 Email: keithv@fylde.gov.uk

Building Control Area Team

Senior Building Control Officer Ian Walker 01253 658673 Email: ian.walker@fylde.gov.uk
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