The North Carolina Board of Cosmetic Arts Examiners Therapy finalized amended rules that primarily affect schools. These rules were effective September 2021. Find out how they affect you.
Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther issued an Executive Order that requires everyone, regardless of vaccination status, to wear a facial covering inside indoor public settings. The order is effective September 10, 2021.
Boulder County Public Health issued a public health order requiring facial coverings to be worn in public indoor spaces throughout Boulder County, Colorado, during periods of substantial or high transmission of COVID-19.
House Bill 1560 passed this legislative session and Section 3 of the bill eliminates the barber and cosmetology instructor license. Beginning September 1, 2021, an instructor license is no longer required to teach barbering or cosmetology in a licensed school.
Cosmetology Wig Specialists are no longer required to be licensed by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation effective September 1, 2021.
Barbering rule changes affect school licensing requirements, curriculum, barber shop requirements, inspections, instructor-training programs, and student kits. Cosmetology rule changes affect school licensing requirements, school equipment, and student kits. The rules are effective August 8, 2021.
Businesses and professions licensed by Washington’s Department of Licensing—including licensed hair professionals—no longer need to follow industry-specific guidance documents developed by the governor’s office. Read on to review the new guidance hair professionals should follow issued by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries.
ASCP, AHP, and ANP Comments regarding Senate Bill 803
The Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing announced that the Utah State Hair Safety Course and Examination will be available from Prov Inc. in May 2021.
The California legislature has scheduled the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology sunset review for Friday, April 9, at 9:00 a.m. PT. If you would like to provide public comment at the hearing, you will have the opportunity. Or, you can submit written comments to us at email@example.com by April 8, 2021, and we will forward them to the appropriate committee.