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TEST YOURSELF Handling a Spill E arn Certificates of Achievement as you test your skills with Nailpro’s Professional Participation Program. In each issue, you’ll find a multiple-choice test that will allow you to demonstrate what you’ve learned from one or more articles in the issue. For answers to this month’s test, see “Handling a Spill” on page 174. Simply circle the correct answers and mail the page to the address below. You can also access the article and submit the test via our website at under Test Yourself. If you earn a score of 80% or higher, you’ll be awarded a frameable Certificate of Achievement. A perfect score earns a Certificate of Achievement With Honors. 1 If a client is cut, a nail tech should put on gloves while handling the cleanup. A. True B. False 6 Which of the following bloodborne pathogens are of primary concern, according to OSHA? A. HIV B. Hepatitis C C. Dermatitis D. Both A and B 2 For small amounts of blood or bodily fluids, a bleach-based product should be used in a _____ dilution to decontaminate nonporous surfaces. A. 1 to 5 B. 1 to 10 C. 1 to 100 D. None of the above 3 How to appropriately deal with blood spills in the salon should be made clear—and always available—to every salon employee. A. True B. False 4 _____ are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. A. Platelets B. Bloodborne pathogens C. Red blood cells D. All of the above 5 A simple cut can lead to serious infection or even amputation of the foot for diabetics. A. True B. False 216 NAILPRO J U LY 2013 7 Which of the following is an example of a nail tech working outside the scope of her license? A. Cleaning blood spills B. Cutting into living tissue C. Using a tuberculocidal D. All of the above 8 Anything that has been contaminated with blood should be _____. A. Put in a bag, tied and sealed B. Disposed of properly C. Washed with soap and water D. Both A and B 9 All human blood and certain human body fluids should be treated as if they are infectious for HIV, hepatitis B or other bloodborne pathogens. A. True B. False 10 Which of the following steps should the client take if she is cut at the salon? A. Wash her hands B. Apply antibacterial ointment C. Apply a bandage D. All of the above NAME SALON NAME ADDRESS CITY, STATE, ZIP PHONE Photocopy this form or write your answers (for example, 1 A; 2 B) on a postcard along with the issue date and the name of the quiz (i.e., “Handling a Spill”) and send it to: NAILPRO, Professional Participation Program, 7628 Densmore Ave., Van Nuys, CA 91406-2042. You can also take the test online at our website, Submissions must be postmarked or received online by July 31, 2013. Answers will appear in the September issue. Answers to May Test 1) A 2) D 3) B 4) C 5) A 6) D 7) D 8) A 9) C 10) D

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Nailpro - July 2013

Nailpro - July 2013
Nailing the News
Polished Look: Net Effect
Behind the Nail Pros
Workshop: 7 Steps to Creating a Marketable Menu
Art Gallery: Give It a Swirl
Peace, Love & OPI
Perfect Pairs: Shadow Play
Savvy Salon: Blossom Beauty Lounge
Beauty File: Alesia Lanzo
The Real Cost of Relocating
Coping With Unpleasant Coworkers
Tips Are Popping Up
Reality Works
Neon Nails
Dressed for Success
Here Comes the Sunless
Nail Clinic: Handling a Spill
Pro Talk
Marketplace Plus
Ad Index
Hollywood File
Manufacturer Deals & Promotions
Test Yourself

Nailpro - July 2013