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Adoption of a New Rule

The following information is being provided pursuant to the requirements of EO 2011-01K and Senate Bill 2 of the 129th General Assembly, which requires the Ohio State Barber Board 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.

The Board is proposing adoption of a new rule: 4709-5-09 Consideration of Military Experience, Education, Training and Term of Service.
Business Impact Analysis

This rule implements the required pertinent sections of the recently-enacted House Bill 98 and Executive Order 2013-05K. Each licensing board or commission is required to adopt rules to create a means to include military experience and or training towards licensure and create expedited licensing for military personnel, veterans and their spouses; waives late fees and waives the examination requirement in regards to renewal of barber license. This rule creates definitions relating to military service and veteran status and defines the application and/or renewal process. This rule package includes a new rule 4709-5-09 which addresses the requirements of House Bill 98 and Executive Order 2013-05K.

Formal Documents – Available online at our website www.barber.ohio.gov and at the Board office.

As a public stakeholder of this Board, your feedback is welcomed and encouraged on the new language rule packet. Please email your comments to the Ohio State Barber Board at Ed.Highly@brb.state.oh.us AND copy the Office of Common Sense Initiative at the following address CSIPublicComments@governor.ohio.gov no later than July 1, 2014.

New Rule - 4709-7-12 Policy on Prohibiting Pets

New Rule - 4709-5-08 Registered Sex Offender

**New Fees Effective 10-01-2003**

Ohio Revised Code Chapter 4709 (Laws and Rules)

Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 4709

Ed Highley, Executive Director
77 S. High Street, 16th Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43215-6108
Tel: 614-466-5003 | Fax: 614-387-1694