MONDAY MAY 20, 2013 9:00 A.M. at The Ohio State Board of Cosmetology.
In honor of Public Service Appreciation Week, Governor John R. Kasich and Ohio Department of Administrative Services Director Bob Blair recognized the work of outstanding state employees by presenting them with the first-ever Governor's Award for Employee Excellence.
Joining with human trafficking survivor and victim advocate Theresa Flores, Gov. John R. Kasich has produced a public service announcement designed to improve awareness of the crisis in Ohio, provide a website where Ohioans can learn the signs of human trafficking, and give a confidential phone number where victims can call to get help.
In conjunction with The State Board of Cosmetology, State Representative Cheryl Grossman of Grove City, The House Assistant Majority Whip has introduced H.B. 453 an overhaul of Ohio Cosmetology Laws.
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In our quest to secure our mission of protecting the public and assuring the laws of the state, The Board began in January of 2012 a renewed approach to violation policy, to conduct follow up inspections in salons and schools where non-licensing violations have occurred.
The Ohio State Board of Cosmetology seeks to inform all associated with the industry about two recent developments with respect to formaldehyde in products that are in popular usage in Ohio salons....
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