Chapter 15. Barbers [revoked]  

Subchapter 1. GENERAL PROVISONS [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-1-1. Purpose [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-1-2. Definitions [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-1-3. State Barber Advisory Board duties [revoked]
Subchapter 3. Examinations [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-3-1. Format [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-3-2. Scoring [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-3-3. Examination prerequisite [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-3-4. Fee forfeiture [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-3-5. Standard [revoked]
Subchapter 5. Licensing [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-5-1. License required [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-5-2. Licensing fees [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-5-3. Right of entry [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-5-4. License posting [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-5-5. Work station sanitation [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-5-6. Expiration and renewal of license [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-5-7. New shop requirements [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-5-8. Barber apprentice and graduate-apprentice employment [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-5-9. Reciprocal barber license [revoked]
Subchapter 7. General Sanitation [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-7-1. Patron contact equipment [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-7-2. Sanitizers [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-7-3. Lighting and ventilation [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-7-4. Walls, ceiling, floors and equipment [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-7-5. Towels [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-7-6. Water supply [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-7-7. Toilets [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-7-8. Health of personnel [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-7-9. Cleanliness of personnel [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-7-10. Food and drink restricted [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-7-11. Air for removal of hair from patron [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-7-12. Objectionable establishment [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-7-13. Head lice [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-7-14. Prohibited products [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-7-15. Kiosk Style Barber Shop [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-7-16. Product safety and consumer advisory [revoked]
Subchapter 9. Barber School and College Requirements [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-9-1. License required [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-9-2. School license application [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-9-3. Inspection of new barber schools or colleges [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-9-4. Number instructors required [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-9-5. Supervised practice [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-9-6. Required chairs [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-9-7. Entrance requirements [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-9-8. Law and rules available; services rendered [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-9-9. Barber school equipment [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-9-10. Chair requirements [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-9-11. Curriculum for students [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-9-12. Instructor's course curriculum [revoked]
Subchapter 11. Barber School or College Management Requirements [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-11-1. Approved nontransferable license [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-11-2. Instructors [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-11-3. School or college rules [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-11-4. Local compliance [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-11-5. Staff changes [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-11-6. Instructors are not allowed to render services [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-11-7. Reserve substitute instructors [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-11-8. Substitute instructors license [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-11-9. Premises [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-11-10. Credit hours [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-11-11. Daily class records [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-11-12. Records available from daily time clock [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-11-13. School transfer [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-11-14. Out of state class hours not transferred [revoked]
Subchapter 13. Regulatory Enforcement [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-13-1. Grounds for suspension or revocation [revoked]
SECTION 175:15-13-2. Reapplication after suspension or revocation [revoked]
Appendix A. Barber Student Curriculum and Hours [revoked]
Appendix B. Barber Instructor Curriculum and Hours [revoked]
Appendix C. Barber Apprentice Curriculum and Hours [revoked]


Editor's Note: Effective 11-1-13, as set forth in House Bill 1467 (2013), “[a]ll powers, duties, responsibilities . . . of the State Board of Health, the State Department of Health, the State Commissioner of Health, and the State Barber Advisory Board relating exclusively to the regulation of licensed barbers in this state as provided in Sections 61.1 et seq. of Title 59 of the Oklahoma Statutes shall be placed under the authority of the State Board of Cosmetology and Barbering” [HB 1467 (2013), § 80(A)]. The following provisions in HB 1467 address the disposition of related rules: Section 80 (not to be codified in the Oklahoma Statutes) provides that “[u]pon the effective date of this legislation, all administrative rules promulgated by the State Board of Health relating to the licensing and regulating of barbers shall be transferred to and become a part of the administrative rules of the State Board of Cosmetology and Barbering” [HB 1467 (2013), § 80(F)]. HB 1467 directed the Office of Administrative Rules to place the transferred rules under the Administrative Code section of the State Board of Cosmetology and Barbering's Title 175 [see Editor’s Notice published at 32 Ok Reg 107].Therefore, on 11-1-13, the rules in Chapter 210 of the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s Title 310 [OAC 310:210] were editorially transferred to this Chapter 15 of the State Board of Cosmetology and Barbering's Title 175 [OAC 175:15]. The Board subsequently amended two other Chapters (1 and 10) on 11-1-14 (as described in paragraph below) to address their new rulemaking authority, and later revoked the transferred rules in this Chapter 15 on 9-11-15. For the text of the transferred rules that were effective from 11-1-13 through 9-10-15, see OAC 175:15 in the 2014 OAC Supplement. For the text of the rules that were effective prior to the 11-1-13 transfer, see OAC 310:210 in the 2011 Edition of the OAC. Section 81 (amending 59 O.S., § 61.1) authorizes the State Board of Cosmetology and Barbering to “promulgate rules which govern the examining and licensing of barbers, barber apprentices, barber instructors, and barber colleges; . . the sanitary operation and sanitation of barber shops and barber colleges; and the establishment and levying of administrative fines . . . " [HB 1467 (2013), § 81(A)]. The State Board of Cosmetology and Barbering promulgated permanent amendments to Chapters 1 and 10 in this Title 175 to address the regulation and licensing of barbers, effective 11-1-14.

[Authority: HB 1467 (2013), §§ 80 and 81]
[Source: Codified 11-1-13]