ABOUT THE IRISH HAIRDRESSERS FEDERATION
The Irish Hairdressers Federation was formed as a voluntary group in 1974. Since its establishment, the Federation has worked tirelessly to raise the status of hairdressing as a profession in Ireland, to provide advisory services to its members, to provide creative and competitive platforms through which their members' skills can be developed, to promote professional standards of service within the industry, to promote a standardised system of hairdressing training in Ireland, and to offer opportunities for members to get together with like-minded professionals to discuss issues that affect their everyday working lives. The Federation provides an Advice Line whereby members can get help or advice relating to trade or employment issues. The Federation issues a regular Newsletter updating members on key issues and developments in the industry. The Federation also publishes guidelines for its members on such issues as Salon Rules, Contracts of Employment, Health & Safety, Disciplinary Procedures, Payment of Wages and a Code of Ethics. It also provides a discount scheme for Health Insurance and Salon Insurance. The IHF is the only official voice for Irish Hairdressers.
The IHF are current members of the:
Full membership is available to salon owners and can be claimed as a business expenses.
Enquiries about memberships can be discussed with the IHF Secretary on 087-1180351 or call our landline on 01 9109070. You may also contact us via email email@example.com with any queries.
Welcome and thank you for visiting the Irish Hairdressers Federation (IHF) web site.
As the representative organisation for the hairdressing profession in Ireland, the IHF, for an organisation of its relative size, provides a very extensive service to its members. These services include representation, advisory, networking and support, training/educational, competitions, social events and discount schemes. These services are not limited to Ireland, but take account of worldwide events and development within the profession. The IHF aims to raise the professionalism and commitment to the hair industry.
The fees paid to the IHF by its members are used to fund normal office costs, auditing of accounts, advertising and website costs and expenses associated with National Executive meetings. The Federation employs one part-time secretary. Salary or fees are not paid to any member of the Executive Committee all of whom give their time on a voluntary basis. The members' fees are not used to finance any social or competition events organised by the Federation. In other words the fees are purely used in the service of the membership as a whole. The finances of the IHF are independently audited each year, and these accounts are open to inspection by any current member at each years AGM.
Membership runs from date of purchase for 12 months.