Sanitary-Epidemiological Oversight tightens regulation of activities of hairdressing and cosmetological offices. According to the Ministry of Health by the end of the first quarter of 2016, hairdressers and beauty rooms will be required to follow new regulations.
"Improving departmental regulatory framework and governing activities of public service institutions, related to the risk of the spread of blood-borne infections are the most important directions of "comprehensive action plan of the Ministry of Health to further improve the prevention of blood-borne infections for 2016-2017”,” commented the Deputy Head of the Sanitary-Epidemiological Oversight, Dilorom Tursunova. She told UT about the set of documents which are being developed at the moment.
There is an ongoing development of sanitary rules and regulations, governing the organization of the activities of hairdressing and cosmetology establishments. These meausers are necessary to prevent the spread of infections transmitted through blood.
The Ministry of Health is planning to regulate the activity of the medical cosmetology services. The relevant decision of the government is aimed at expanding the scope of disposable instruments and strengthening of measures for disinfection.
It is planned to recommend implementing of the sterilization department in all of the above mentioned institutions, as well as purchasing tools to disinfect materials used during the treatments and services.