1. The Board may adopt such regulations governing sanitary conditions as it deems
necessary with particular reference to the precautions to be employed to prevent the
creating or spreading of infectious or contagious diseases in the practice of hair
braiding, in establishments for hair braiding, in the practice of a cosmetologist,
in cosmetological establishments or schools of cosmetology, in the practice of threading
and in any facility in this State in which threading is conducted.
2. No regulation governing sanitary conditions thus adopted has any effect until it
has been approved by the State Board of Health.
3. A copy of all regulations governing sanitary conditions which are adopted must
be furnished to each person to whom a license is issued for the conduct of a cosmetological
establishment, establishment for hair braiding, school of cosmetology, practice of
cosmetology or facility in this State in which threading is conducted.
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