CA Board of Barbering and Cosmetology Acts
60C BBCA Acts
Terms in this set (100)
7303. The board shall consist of __ members
7303. __ members shall be public members, and four members shall represent the professions.
7303. The appointment of the executive officer is subject to the approval of the ________.
7303.1. _________ of the public shall be the highest priority for the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology in exercising its licensing, regulatory, and disciplinary functions.
7303.2. The board, in conjunction with the Office of Professional Examination Services of the department, shall evaluate the equivalency of the ________.
7305. An officer shall not serve in a particular officer position for more than __ terms.
7308.(a) The board shall study the effects of current law, regulations, and policy related to the licensing functions of the board that may create unnecessary barriers to employing people with ____________.
7308. The criteria applied by the board to determine whether an applicant's criminal record is substantially related to the requested license, including the specific categories of disqualifying offenses and any criteria related to the age and ________ of the disqualifying offenses.
7309. The board shall establish a principal office, and may establish branch offices and examination facilities in the state as may be deemed necessary for the _______ to conduct its business.
7311. The board shall adopt and use a common ______ for the authentication of the board's records.
7312. The board shall do all of the following:
(e) Adopt rules governing ________ conditions and precautions to be employed as are reasonably necessary to protect the public health and safety in the establishments, schools approved by the board, and in the practice of any profession provided for in this chapter.
7313. (a) (1) To ensure compliance with the laws and regulations of this chapter, the board's executive officer and authorized representatives shall, except as provided by section 159.5, have access to, and shall inspect, any establishment or mobile unit during ________________ or at any time in which barbering, cosmetology, or electrolysis are being performed.
7313. (2) The board shall maintain a program of random and targeted inspections of establishments to ensure compliance with applicable _____ relating to the public health and safety and the conduct and operation of establishments.
7313. (c) The visitation by a board member shall be for the purpose of conducting official board business, but shall not be used as a basis for any licensing _______ action by the board.
7314. The board shall keep a ________ of its proceedings relating to its public meetings, meetings of committees, and records relating to the issuance, refusal, renewal, suspension and revocation of licenses.
7316. __________ is the practice of cutting, trimming, polishing, coloring, tinting, cleansing, or manicuring, the nails of any person or massaging, cleansing, or beautifying the hands or feet of any person.
7316. _________ is a technique that results in removing hair by twisting thread around unwanted hair and pulling it from the skin and the incidental trimming of eyebrow hair.
7316. Electrolysis is the practice of removing hair from, or destroying hair on, the human body by the use of an _________________ only.
7319.5. Students engaged in performing services on the public while enrolled in a school approved by the board shall not be required to be licensed under this chapter if they perform those services at the ____________ in which they are enrolled.
7320.2. Any licensee who uses an X-ray appliance, apparatus or machine in the treatment of any human being or for the purpose of or with the intent to remove superfluous hair from the face or body of any human being, or who applies to any human being a solution of phenol greater than _________,or corrosive sublimate (mercury) or any of its preparations, derivatives, or compounds in a solution greater than one in five hundred, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
7320.1. When providing a manicure or pedicure, no metal instruments necessary for the cutting, trimming, manicuring, or pedicuring of nails or ________.
Not less than 17 years of age.
7321. The board shall admit to examination for a license as a cosmetologist to practice cosmetology any person who has made application to the board in proper form, paid the fee required by this chapter, and is qualified as follows:
7332. An __________ is any person who is licensed by the board to engage in learning or acquiring a knowledge of barbering, cosmetology, skin care, nail care, or electrology, in a licensed establishment under the supervision of a licensee approved by the board.
7333. The apprentice training program shall be conducted in compliance with the Shelley-Maloney Apprentice Labor Standards Act of 1939, Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 3070) of Division 3 of the Labor Code, according to apprenticeship standards approved by the administrator of apprenticeship. A copy of the act shall be maintained on file with the ________.
7334. (c) All persons making application as an apprentice in barbering shall also complete a minimum of ____ hours of preapprentice training in a facility approved by the board prior to serving the general public.
7334. (e) Apprentices may only perform services on the general public for which they have received __________ training.
7335. (a) The license of an apprentice shall expire ___ years from the date the license was issued, or the date the apprentice is issued a license following the license examination twice, on the date the results of the second examination are issued, whichever occurs first.
7335. (b) No person holding a license as an apprentice shall work more than ___ months after completing the required training without applying for and taking the examination for licensure.
7337. Each application shall be accompanied by the required fee, and shall contain proof of the qualifications of the applicant for examination and licensure. It shall be verified by the oath of the applicant. Every applicant shall, as a condition of admittance to the examination facility, present satisfactory proof of ____________.
7337.5 (a) The board shall adopt regulations providing for the submittal of applications for admission to examination of students of approved cosmetology, electrology, or barbering schools who have completed at least ____ percent of the required course clock hours and curriculum requirements.
7337.5 An application for examination submitted by a student of an approved cosmetology, electrology, or barbering school under this section shall be known as a "school preapplication" and an additional preapplication ______ may be required.
7337.5. (d) The board shall administer the licensing examination not later than ____ working days after graduation from an approved cosmetology, electrology, or barbering school to students who have submitted an application for admission for review under the preapplication procedure.
7341. An unsuccessful applicant for licensure, after taking an examination and within ___ days after the results thereof have been declared, shall have the right to inspect his or her examination paper in the city in which the examination was taken.
7345. If an applicant fails to complete his or her application within one year after it has been filed, or fails to take the examination within ___ year after becoming eligible therefor, the application shall be considered abandoned and the fee forfeited.
7347. Any person, firm, or corporation desiring to operate an establishment shall make an ___________ to the bureau for a license accompanied by the fee prescribed by this chapter.
7348. An establishment shall at all times be in charge of a person ___________ pursuant to this chapter except an apprentice.
7349. It is unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation to hire, employ, or allow to be employed, or permit to work, in or about an establishment, any person who performs or practices any occupation regulated under this chapter and is not duly ____________ by the bureau, except that a licensed cosmetology establishment may utilize a student extern, as described in Section 7395.1.
7349.1. It is an unfair business practice for any person, firm or corporation who engages in a practice regulated under this chapter to use the traditional symbol known as the ______________, which comprises a striped vertical cylinder with a ball on top, with the intent to mislead the public in any manner that would make the public believe that barbering was being practiced in, or that a licensed barber is employed in, an establishment that does not employ licensed barbers.
7350. No person having charge of an establishment, whether as an owner or an employee, shall permit any room or part thereof in which any occupation regulated under this chapter is conducted or practiced to be used for __________ purposes or for any other purpose that would tend to make the room unsanitary, unhealthy, or unsafe, or endanger the health and safety of the consuming public.
7351. Every establishment shall provide at least one public ____________ located on or near the premises for its patrons.
7352. Every establishment shall provide adequate and convenient handwashing facilities, including running water, soap and approved ______________.
7353. ()() Within ________ after issuance o f the establishment license, the board or its agents or its assistants shall inspect the establishment for compliance with the applicable requirements of this chapter and the applicable rules and regulations of the board adopted pursuant to this chapter.
7353.(2)(b) The board shall maintain a program of random and targeted ____________ of establishments to ensure compliance with applicable laws relating to the public health and safety and the conduct and operation of establishments.
7354. For purposes of this article, "mobile unit" means any self-contained, self-supporting, enclosed mobile unit which is at least _________ in length which is licensed as an establishment for the practice of any occupation licensed by the board and which complies with this article and all health and safety regulations established by the board.
7355.(7)(c) After initial approval of the ____________ and application has been granted, the applicant shall schedule an appointment to show the mobile unit to the board, or representative of the board, for final approval.
7356. An application to transfer ownership or control of an existing licensed mobile unit shall be files by the purchaser or lessor with the board within ________ after purchase.
7362.(b) The board shall determine by regulation the required subjects of instruction to be completed in all approved courses, including the ______________ of technical instruction and minimum number of practical operations for each subject, and shall determine how much training is required before a student may begin performing services on paying patrons.
7362.1.A school of cosmetology approved by the board shall also meet all of the following:
(a) Possess the equipment and floor space necessary for comprehensive instruction of ____ cosmetology students or the number of students enrolled in the course, whichever is greater.
7362.5(a) A course in barbering established by a school shall consist of not less than _______ hours of practical training and technical instruction in the practice of barbering as defined in Section 7316.
7364. A skin care course established by a school shall consist of not less than _____ hours of practical training and technical instruction in accordance with a curriculum established by board regulation.
7365. A nail care course established by a school shall consist of not less than _____ hours of practical training and technical instruction in accordance with a curriculum established by board regulation.
7368. No school shall advertise barbering, cosmetology, or electrolysis services to the public through any medium unless those services are expressly designated as ________________.
health and safety
7389. The board shall develop or adopt a _________________ course on hazardous substances which shall be taught in schools approved by the board.
7395.1(a) A student who is enrolled in a school of cosmetology approved by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education in a course approved by the board may, upon completion of a minimum of ___ percent of the clock hours required for graduation in the course, work as an unpaid extern in a cosmetology establishment participating in the educational program of the school of cosmetology.
7395.1.(5) No more than one extern shall work in an establishment for every ____ licensees working in the establishment.
7359.1.(6) Externs shall wear conspicuous school identification at all times while working in the establishment, and shall carry a school laminated identification, that includes a _________ in a form approved by the school.
7395.1.(d)(1) A school participating in the externship program shall provide the participating establishment and the extern with a ___________ containing applicable information specified in Section 73880 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations.
7395.1.(d)(3) A participating school shall assess the extern's _________________ from the externship program.
7397. Every licensee shall display the license in a ______________ place in his or her place of business or place of employment.
7398. A _____________ license shall be issued upon the filing of a statement explaining the loss, verified by the oath of the applicant, and accompanied by the fee required by this chapter.
7399. Under no circumstances shall a ___________ license be issued.
7400. Every licensee of the board, except _______________ shall, within 30 days after a change of address, notify the board of the new address, and, upon receipt of the notification, the board shall make the necessary changes in the register.
7402. Any person, firm,association or corporation violating this chapter, for which violation there is no specific penalty otherwise provided, is guilty of a ______________ and subject to a fine not to exceed two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500) or imprisonment in the county jail not to exceed six months, or both a fine an imprisonment.
7403.1.(d) Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, the board may revoke, suspend, or deny at any time any license required by this chapter on any of the grounds for _____________ action provided in this article.
7403. If the board's decision was based on the applicant's prior criminal conviction, justifies the board's __________ of a license and conveys the reasons why the prior criminal conviction is substantially related to the qualifications, functions, or duties of a barber or cosmetologist.
7403.() If the denial of a license is due at least in part to the applicant's state or federal criminal history record, the board shall, in addition to the information provided pursuant to paragraph (3) of subdivision (c), provide to the applicant a ______ of his or her criminal history record if the applicant makes a written request to the board for a copy, specifying an address to which it is to be sent.
7403.(d) Notwithstanding Section 487, the board shall conduct a hearing of a license denial within ____ days of receiving an applicant's request for a hearing. For all other hearing requests, the board shall determine when the hearing shall be conducted.
7403. In any case in which the administrative law judge recommends that the board revoke, suspend, or deny a license, the administrative law judge may, upon presentation of suitable proof, order the licensee to _____ the board the reasonable costs of the investigation and adjudication of the case.
7403.2.(a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the executive officer or his or her designee, pursuant to an inspection of an establishment where health and safety laws and regulations related to ___________ equipment have been violated and a citation issued, may, without advanced hearing, suspend temporarily a license issued under this chapter if, in the opinion of the executive officer or his or her designee, the action is necessary to protect the public's health and safety.
7403.2. The licensee shall undertake board-approved remedial training related to the health and safety laws and regulations applicable to the _____________.
7403.5.(a) In addition to the authority provided by Sections 494 and 7403, the executive officer, in his or her discretion, may upon written notice immediately _________ any establishment which, upon completion of an inspection, is found to have health and safety violations of such a severe nature as to pose an immediate threat to public health and safety.
7403.5.() The executive officer shall issue a written notice of ___________ of the establishment license including the grounds therefor and a notice of closure. The notice of closure shall be posted at the establishment so as to be clearly visible to the general public and to patrons.
7403.5.() Upon correction of violations the establishment may request that the written notice of the suspension be terminated. The executive officer shall conduct an inspection within ____ hours to determine whether the written notice of suspension may be terminated.
7403.5.() The notice for suspension shall remain posted until removed by the executive officer, but shall be in effect no longer than _____ days.
7407. The board shall establish by regulation a schedule of administrative __________ for violations of this chapter.
7410. Persons to whom a notice of violation or a citation is issued and an administrative fine assessed may appeal the citation to a disciplinary review committee established by the board. All appeals shall be submitted in writing to the program within __ days of the date the citation was issued.
7411. Persons receiving a decision from a disciplinary review committee may appeal the decision by filing a written request, within 30 days after receipt of the decision, to the program administrator.
7413. Appeals of citations not filed in a timely manner or failure of the appellant or the appellant's representative to appear before the disciplinary review committee at the appointed time except when _________________ is shown, shall cause the citation to become final and there shall be no administrative appeal except as otherwise provided by law.
7414. Persons who fail to pay administrative fines that were not contested or were contested but the appeal has been ____________, shall not be issued a license or allowed to renew any licenses issued to them until all fines are paid in addition to any application, renewal, or delinquency fees which are required.
7414.1. All records required by law to be kept by tanning facilities subject to the Filante Tanning Facility Act of 1988 (Chapter 23(commencing with Section 22700) of Division 8), including, but not limited to, __________ relating to written warning statements, the sign required to be posted, the qualifications of facility operators, statements fo acknowledgement, parental consent forms, and injury reports, shall be open to inspection by the board, or its authorized representatives, during any inspection, or during any investigation initiated in response to a complaint that the tanning facility has violated any provision of the Filante Tanning Facility Act of 1988.
7414.4. The board, and its authorized representatives, may disseminate information to tanning facilities regarding _____________ with the Filante Tanning Facility Act of 1988.
7414.6. The board may adopt _____________ concerning the operation of tanning facilities in licensed establishments.
475. A _____________ shall not be denied, suspended, or revoked on the grounds of a lack of good moral character or any similar ground relating to an applicant's character, reputation, personality, or habits.
477. "License" includes _____________ registration or other means to engage in a business or profession regulated by this code.
480. The board may deny a license pursuant to this subdivision only if the crime or act is substantially ___________ to the qualifications, functions, or duties of the business or profession for which application is made.
480. Notwithstanding any other provision of this cods, no person shall be denied a license solely on the basis that he or she has been convicted of a felony if he or she has obtained a certificate of ________________.
480. A board may deny a license regulated by this code on the ground that the applicant knowingly made a __________ statement of fact required to be revealed in the application for the license.
484. No person applying for licensure under this code shall be required to submit to any licensing board any _______________ by other persons to his good moral character.
487. If a hearing is requested by the applicant, the board shall conduct such hearing within ____ days from the date the hearing is requested unless the applicant shall request or agree in writing to a postponement or continuance of the hearing.
490.5. A board may suspend a license pursuant to Section 11350.6 of the Welfare and Institutions Code if a licensee is not in compliance with a ____________________ order or judgement.
494.(a) A board or an administrative law judge sitting alone, as provided in subdivision (h), may, upon petition, issue an interim order suspending any licentiate or imposing license restrictions, including, but not limited to, mandatory biological fluid testing, ______________, or remedial training.
494.(g) Interim orders shall be subject to judicial review pursuant to Section 1094.5 of the Code of Civil Procedure and shall be heard only in the superior court in and for the Counties of Sacramento, San Francisco, Los Angeles, or __________________.
494.(c) The failure of the board to provide a hearing within ____ days following the issuance of the interim order without notice, unless the licentiate waives his or her right to the hearing, shall result in the dissolution of the interim order by operation of law.
494.(e) The board, or an administrative law judge sitting alone as provided in subdivision (h), shall issue a decision on the petition for interim orders within ___ business days following submission of the matter.
494.(i) Failure to comply with an interim after issued pursuant to subdivision () or (b) shall constitute a ____________ cause for disciplinary action against any licentiate, and may be heard at, and as a part of, the noticed hearing provided for in subdivision (f).
495. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any entity authorized to issue a license or certificate pursuant to this code may publicly _________ a licentiate or certificate holder thereof, for any act that would constitute grounds to suspend or revoke a license or certificate.
496. A board may deny, suspend, revoke, or otherwise restrict a license on the ground that an applicant or licensee has ___________ Section 123 pertaining to subversion of licensing examinations.
498. A board may revoke, suspend, or otherwise restrict a license on the ground that the licensee secured the __________ by fraud, deceit, or knowing misrepresentation of a material fact or by knowingly omitting to state a material fact.
499. A board may revoke, suspend, or otherwise restrict a license on the ground that the licensee, in support of another person's application for license, knowingly made false statement of a material fact or knowingly omitted to stat a material fact to the board __________ the application.
408. The board, through its duly authorized representatives, shall issue a ___________ with respect to any violation for which an administrative fine may be assessed.
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