NOTICE OF PROPOSED REGULATORY RULEMAKING
DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS BOARD OF BARBERING
Title 16, Division 9, California Code of Regulations
Proposed Regulations Include:
Administrative Fine Schedule
Dishonored Check Fee
Passing Grades in Examinations
School CurriculumsSpecifically regarding EXTERNSHIP CURRICULUM FOR SKIN CARE STUDENTS
BOARD OF BARBERING AND COSMETOLOGY
Title 16, Division 9 of the California Code of Regulations.
SPECIFIC LANGUAGE Adopt Section 966 of the California Code of Regulations as follows:
966. Unregulated Services.
a) "Unregulated services" are those services not defined as the practice of barbering, cosmetology or electrolysis under Section 7316 of the California Business and Professions Code. These include, but are not limited to, massage therapy, and permanent make-up or tattooing.
b) All unregulated services that are performed within an establishment or school shall be clearly identified as unregulated services and listed on a sign displayed conspicuously at the workstation where services are performed. The list of unregulated services shall be preceded by the following text in lettering at least one-half inch high: "Unregulated services: The following services offered in this establishment or school are not regulated by the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology."
Note: Authority cited: Sections 7312 and 7303.1, Business and Professions Code. Reference: Sections 7316, 7317, 7346 and 7404, Business and Professions Code.
TO VIEW FULL PROPOSED REGULATIONS VISIT:
Decisions Pending and Opportunities for Public Participation
Meeting Notices and Agendas
The California Board of Barbering and Cosmetology Regulation Hearings are usually included as an agenda item within a Board Meeting. The dates of all Board Meetings are posted on the Board Calendar.
How to Participate
Any person interested may present statements or arguments orally or in writing relevant to the actions proposed at a hearing. Hearing dates, times, and location are announced within the regulation notices.
Written comments, including those sent by mail, facsimile, or e-mail to the addresses listed in each notice under Contact Person, must be received no later than the date and time stated in each notice, or must be received by the California Board of Barbering and Cosmetology at the hearing.
Laws and Regulations Relevant to Current Public Proceedings
Proposed regulations. http://www.barbercosmo.ca.gov/laws_regs/prop_regs.htm
Submit your comments on draft regulations here.
Written inquiries or comments on the proposed regulations
may be addressed to:
Board of Barbering and Cosmetology
2420 Del Paso Road, Suite #100
Sacramento, Ca. 95834
Phone (916) 575-7100
Fax: (916) 575-7280
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