You never know who will crash your party

Working in a salon can be an adventure – you never know who might walk through the door.  Or even crash through the window.

A successful salon is focused on style and service, but a safe environment for clients and employees is just as important.

In Jacksonville, Florida, several stylists barely escaped injury when a car came crashing into the salon. The elderly driver, who was arriving for a hair appointment, accidentally hit the gas instead of the brakes and came through the front window, according to CBS 47.

The incident also damaged the cell phone business on the other side of the wall.

A deer who likely was not looking for hair styling services stopped by a Sports Clips Haircuts in Springfield, Missouri last week without an appointment.

The animal smashed through the window of the hair salon, according to Fox News. The deer’s sudden appearance was caught on surveillance cameras, and the salon posted the video on its Facebook page  with the caption: “Our four-legged buddy in Missouri just couldn’t wait to treat himself to the MVP Experience — he crashed right through the front door!”

The deer left the premises when a man held the door open for it.

In general, hair salons are a safe place to work – when deer and elderly clients aren’t crashing through the windows. The staff at a quality salon will be trained to operate the salon in a safe manner. Sanitation and accident prevention will be taken into consideration, as well as evacuation procedures if there is an emergency.

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