Five-Year Rule Review
Ohio Revised Code Section 119.032 requires agencies to review all rules at least every five years to assure they are current, relevant and essential. In addition, the Board may promulgate new or amend existing rules to update its regulatory matrix; not infrequently, the Board engages in rule updates and revisions in response to needs identified by the Board or through stakeholder input, or in response to legislative or executive actions. A general guide to the Board's rule promulgation and amendment process is available at the link on the bottom of this page.
Common Sense Initiative
The Common Sense Initiative requires the Board to reach out to stakeholders early in the rule promulgation process to capture as much feedback as possible regarding how the rule language may affect stakeholders and whether there are undue or unanticipated costs imposed by the proposed language. CSI review is generally focused on four (4) issues for consideration:
(1) Is more flexibility at the local level required?
(2) Does the rule present an opportunity to eliminate unnecessary paperwork and does it reference a text that is incorporated appropriately?
(3) Does the rule overlap or conflict with other rules?
(4) Does the rule have an adverse impact on businesses that has not been eliminated or reduced?
After considering stakeholder input, a rule may be amended or filed as is with the Office of Common Sense Initiative. The Board is required to file a Business Impact Analysis (BIA), which explains the rule, whether stakeholder input was used. Once filed with the CSI office, stakeholders have another opportunity to address the rule and the BIA by filing comments with the CSI Office.
Please reference information below regarding the current proposal. This page will be updated as the process moves between the Board, the Office of the Common Sense Initiative, and the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review.
Proposed amended rules (Note: draft rule will show changes. Red indicates redacted language. Blue indicates new or added language. Black is existing or retained language). Click on rule number to view the proposed rule.
Current Rules under Five-Year Rule Review or under current review
The Ohio State Cosmetology and Barber Board is required to draft rules in collaboration with stakeholders, assess and justify any adverse impact on the business community (as defined by SB2), and provide opportunity for the affected public to provide input on the rules. To consider stakeholder input, the Board must reach out to stakeholders early in the rule promulgation process to capture as much feedback as possible regarding how the rule language may affect stakeholders and whether there are undue or unanticipated costs imposed by the proposed language. The Ohio State Cosmetology and Barber Board is proposing to file the following rules with the Office of Common Sense Initiative. If you have any comments on any of these rules, please forward them to: OSBCRuleReview@cos.state.oh.us. The following rules will be posted for stakeholder comments until April 24, 2018.
Newly Proposed Rules:
Proposed Amended Rules:
Proposed Rules for Rescission:
Current Rules Filed with the Office of Common Sense Initiative
The Ohio State Board of Cosmetology is required to draft rules in collaboration with stakeholders, assess and justify any adverse impact on the business community (as defined by SB2), and provide opportunity for the affected public to provide input on the rules. Proposed rules are filed with the Office of Common Sense Initiative and posted here on the Board’s website, along with the Business Impact Analysis for each rule. Stakeholders may provide comments on these rules directly to the Office of Common Sense Initiative, which they will review before issuing a recommendation on the rules. The deadline for submitting a comment is January 5, 2018.
NONE AT THIS TIME
Current Rules Filed with Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review & Notice of Public Hearing
NONE AT THIS TIME
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