Ohio Stylist - February 2019 - Social Media vs. Reality

4 | FEBRUARY 2019 | OHIO STYLIST & SALON | WWW.OHIOSTYLIST.COM ELicense System The ELicense portal is not just for renewing a license. As an existing user, you will now use the system to submit license updates and requests. You will login using your email address and the Password (10 characters) that you created. You will then go to your “Dashboard”and use the“Options” tab located on your license to submit any of the following: • Renew • Reinstate (lapsed license) • Change Name (personal name change) • Change Address (personal address change) • Continuing Education Wavier • Send Verification (certification to another state) • Submit Additional Documentation • Duplicate Wallet Card (replacement of a lost or destroyed license) New Licenses — Any new license must be ap- plied for by using the Elicense system and select- ing the “Apply for a New License” tab. The following types of licenses can be applied for by using this tab: cosmetology, branch of cosmetology, and barber licensees, shops, salons, tanning facilities, schools, teachers, assistant teachers, instructors, boutique service registrants, boutique service salons, chair rental, independent contractors and temporary event salon license. Who is an Independent Contractor? A person who is not an employee of a salon or barbershop, but who practices a branch of cosmetology or barbering within a salon or barbershop. A person licensed under cosmetology would apply for an In- dependent Contractor License. A person licensed under barbering would apply for a Chair Rental license. NOTE: A salon owner DOES NOT need an Independent Contractors license. When is a Chair Rental license needed? Any licensed barber who leases space in a licensed barber shop and engages in the practice of barber- ing independent and free from supervision of the owner or manager of the barber shop is consid- ered to be engaged in the operation of a separate and distinct barber shop and shall obtain a license to operate a barber shop. What to DoWhen a Salon, Shop or Tanning Facility closes or goes out of Business —The owner is required to return the license or permit to the Board office indicating when the business closed or went out of business. Maintaining your Ohio License if you move to another state —Transferring your Ohio license to Ohio Cosmetology Board News Board Members: Thomas Taneff, Public Member Luke Hanks, Private School Executive Clara Osterhage, Multiple Salon Owner Charles Penzone, Salon Manager Tasha Sheipline, Career Tech School Instructor Rowena Yeager, Salon Manager NeCole Cumberlander, Cosmetology Instructor Kimberly Thomas, Independent Contractor Jessica Price-Kovach, Licensed Esthetician Kenji Prince, Barber Jennifer Wolfe, Certified Nurse Practitioner 1929 Gateway Circle Grove City, Ohio 43123 Local:(614) 466-3834 Statewide:1-866-642-6723 Fax:(614) 644-6880 E-mail : ohcosbd@cos.state.oh.us http://cos.ohio.gov Executive Director: Christopher Logsdon Ohio State Cosmetology and Barber Board

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