Hair is constantly falling out and, along with dandruff, can result in contamination of food products by bacteria, especially Staphylococcus aureus. The hair should be shampooed regularly, tied back if long and preferably completely enclosed by suitable head covering. Hair nets worn hats and helmets are recommended. Combing of the hair and adjustment of the head covering should only take place in cloakrooms and should not be carried out whilst wearing protective clothing, as hairs may end up on the shoulders and then in the food. Hair grips and clips may also contaminate food and should never be worn outside the head covering. Scratching of the head should be avoided.
ADD PHOTO OF LADY WITH LONG HAIR WITH AND WITH OUT HAIR NET