EOHCB Hygiene & Safety Seminar Changes

May 7, 2019

Due to commitments in Europe, Dr Judy Pretorius will not be able to present at the Hygiene and Safety seminar in Pretoria on 14 May. However, it will still be going ahead! Nicolene Steyn will be presenting it and the EOHCB wishes to congratulate Dr Judy Pretorius on her success with the expansion of Biomedical into the European market! 

 

Nicolene Steyn is part owner as well as aesthetic therapist of Body Therapy Centurion with 20 years’ experience within the industry. Nicolene won the Biomedical Emporium, small salon of the year award and has also received many other awards over the years! She has a passion for the industry and changing and caring for the biggest human organ, the skin. She does bespoke therapy and believes in changing lives through touch. 

 

Nicolene is also EOHCB National Vice President for beauty and serves as treasurer on the Northern Gauteng divisional committee. Nicolene's goal as Vice President is to create awareness in the industry with special attention to hygiene and safety by providing practical tips to the industry to create a better work and treatment environment for clients and employees! 

 

Nicolene will be making use of and references to various sources and her experiences over the past 20 years. Do not miss this opportunity to gain a competitive advantage by implementing and/or improving your hygiene and safety measures within your personal and professional environment! 

 

For more information, please contact Mariska du Plessis on: (083) 468-3881 / mariska@eohcb.com

 

 

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