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09.22.03.00.htm 09.22.03.00. Title 09 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Subtitle 22 BOARD OF COSMETOLOGISTS Chapter 03 Schools Authority: Business Occupations and Professions Article, Title 5, Annotated Code of Maryland
09.22.03.01.htm 09.22.03.01. 01 Public and Private Beauty Schools―General.. The Board's inspectors may conduct inspections of those schools of beauty culture approved by the State Board of Education or the Maryland Higher Education Commission.
09.22.03.02.htm 09.22.03.02. 02 Prohibitions ― Schools.. The following activities are prohibited in a beauty school approved by the State Board of Education or the Maryland Higher Education Commission:A. The performance of services of any kind on a client who has an infectious or contagious disease that presents a hazard to others;B. The performance of services of any kind by a student who has an infectious or contagious disease that presents a hazard to clients;C. The performance of ser
09.22.03.03.htm 09.22.03.03. 03 Sanitation Requirements―General.. A. A cosmetology school approved by the State Board of Education or the Maryland Higher Education Commission shall comply with the sanitation provisions in §B of this regulation.B. Sanitary Provisions.. 1) Every school shall be well lighted, heated, and ventilated, and shall be kept in a clean and sanitary condition.2) The walls, curtains, and floor coverings in a school shall be washed and kept clean..
09.22.03.04.htm 09.22.03.04. 04 Sanitation Requirements―Estheticians.. A. In addition to the sanitation requirements in Regulation .03 of this chapter, a cosmetology school approved by the State Board of Education or the Maryland Higher Education Commission that offers cosmetology services normally performed by an esthetician shall comply with the sanitation requirements in §B of this regulation.B. Sanitation Requirements.. 1) Creams, lotions, powders, and other cosmetics shall be removed from the
09.22.03.05.htm 09.22.03.05. 05 Sanitation Requirements―Nail Technician Services.. A. In addition to the sanitation requirements in Regulation .03 of this chapter, a cosmetology school approved by the State Board of Education or the Maryland Higher Education Commission that offers cosmetology services normally performed by a nail technician shall comply with the requirements of §B of this regulation.B. Sanitation Requirements.. 1) Finger bowls, manicure bowls, pedicure spas, and foot bath basins shall
09.22.03.06.htm 09.22.03.06. 06 Complaints and Violations in Beauty Schools.. A. This regulation applies whenever a complaint is made to the Board by an inspector, member of the Board, or any other person in regard to the sanitary condition of a cosmetology school or the sanitary practice of cosmetology performed at a cosmetology school.B. Upon receipt of a complaint, in compliance with Business Occupations and Professions Article, §5-509, Annotated Code of Maryland, an inspector shall investigate the complai
09.22.03.07.htm 09.22.03.07. 07 Citations to Schools.. Unless otherwise indicated, the following civil penalties are applicable to the following violations of the laws and regulations of the Board of Cosmetologists discovered by a Board inspector during an inspection of a school:A. Sanitation:. 1) Improper disinfection:. a) Failure to wash implements before disinfection ― $150;. b) Failure to properly disinfect implements, bowls, basins, or other areas ― $150;.
09.22.03.9999.htm 09.22.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulation .01 adopted as an emergency provision effective May 23, 1986 (13:12 Md. R. 1371) (Emergency provisions are temporary and not printed in COMAR)Regulation .01 adopted effective November 3, 1986 (13:22 Md. R. 2397). Chapter repealed effective June 22, 1992 (19:12 Md. R. 1133) ―. Regulations .01―06 adopted effective June 22, 1992 (19:12 Md. R. 1133). Regulation .02G amended effective March 23, 2020 (47:6 Md. R. 342).
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