Remember as well as the usual rules and regulations that a business with have to adhered to such as health and safety; a business must also have the correct and sufficient indemnity insurance to cover all and any of the treatments carried out by any of staff working at the business.
Each operator must be able to show certified evidence that they have received product training on the specific system that is to be used on clients. This training is almost always provided and should be provided by the manufacturer or distributor of that particular device. It most included all treatments thats are going to be carried out.
Each operator before undergoing specifica equipment training must hold the relevant qualifications to be able to use that equipment in the first place. This could be different for laser and or aesthetic training.
Additional training requirements:
This depends on geographical location but you may also require:
A certified laser protection advisors to survey the premises and carry out a risk assessment and to write safety guidelines know as "local rules"
The services of an expert registered healthcare professional who has at least 5 years experience in laser/IPL. This person will sign off a set of "safe treatment protocols" that the user must adhere to and provide any clinical advice.
Firstly it is essential that the laser, IPl or the aesthetic device is CE compliant. The new CE requirements from May 2020 are that any device used on humans is a ‘Medical Device’ and so it will be important to check that the CE testing is to “Medical CE” standards. Do not take the sales person advice on this! ask to see the certification and check the certification is legitimate, it is your responsibility!