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Ohio Cosmetology Board News
Cosmetologist & Salon Owner
Private School of Cosmetology
Public School Instructor
Valerie J. Benfer
Tasha L. Sheipline
Dr. Shalini Gupta
1929 Gateway Circle
Grove City, Ohio 43123
Local: (614) 466-3834
Fax: (614) 644-6880
Ohio State Board of CosmetologyOhio State Board of Cosmetology Recent Rule Changes
Below is a listing of rules that are new, revised, or updated and became
effective March 7, 2017. These rules are available on the Board’s website
(under laws and rules)www.cos.ohio.gov
4713-1-03 Application of rules.
(A) All rules promulgated under the authority of section 4713.08 of
the Revised Code shall apply to any person licensed in the practice of
cosmetology or one of the branches of cosmetology, any person holding
a boutique services registration, any unlicensed person, and any person
permitted to offer continuing education or corrective education in Ohio
unless otherwise specified.
(B) Tanning facilities issued a permit to operate in Ohio, tanning
certificate holders and persons permitted to issue tanning certificates
in Ohio shall follow all rules promulgated under the authority of section
4713.08 as set forth in Chapter 4713-19 of the Administrative Code and all
other rules referencing tanning.
(C) Permit holders permitted to provide continuing education in Ohio
shall follow all rules promulgated under section 4713.08 of the Revised
Code as set forth in Chapters 4713-8 and 4713-21 of the Administrative
Code and all of the rules referencing continuing education.
4713-1-08 Chemicals, equipment and service approval.
The use of all chemicals in the provision of any cosmetology service,
and any equipment or implements in the provision of any cosmetology
service is subject to the approval of the board to ensure the health and
safety of licensees, boutique services registration holders, permit and
certificate holders, and patrons.
4713-1-09 Animals forbidden in salons, tanning facilities,
schools and in the board.
(A) Animals, with the exception of fish in an aquarium maintained in
a sanitary condition and service animals as defined in rule 4713-1-01 of
the Administrative Code, are not permitted in a cosmetology salon, in a
tanning facility, in a cosmetology school, or in the offices of the board.
(B) A service animal shall be tethered or otherwise restrained and,
unless necessary to provide the service to its owner, the service animal
shall be kept away from where the licensee, boutique services registration
holder, or student is performing a cosmetology service. If a service animal
is disruptive or is not trained, the salon, facility, or school may request that
the animal be removed.
(C) To determine if an animal brought into a licensed or permitted
facility or the office of the board is a service animal, questions about the
nature of the disability or proof that the service animal was trained are
prohibited. Only the following two questions may be asked:
(1) Is the animal required because you have a disability? ; and
(2) What task is the animal trained to perform?
4713-1-10 Inspection and investigation.
(A) To better protect the general public and to ensure compliance with
Chapter 4713. of the Revised Code and the rules amplifying it, the board
may inspect or investigate the following:
(1) Any salon, school, tanning facility, continuing education provider
or location in which the practice of cosmetology is practiced or taught, or
tanning takes place, or
(2) Any licensee, boutique services registration holder, permit, or
(3) Any person acting as a licensee, boutique services registration
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