HB-5007, As Passed House, October 9, 2007

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUBSTITUTE FOR

 

HOUSE BILL NO. 5007

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     A bill to amend 1980 PA 299, entitled

 

"Occupational code,"

 

by amending section 1203a (MCL 339.1203a), as added by 1997 PA 97.

 

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN ENACT:

 

     Sec. 1203a. (1) An individual shall not render any form of

 

cosmetology services, with or without compensation, on any

 

individual other than a member of his or her immediate family

 

without a license under this article. However, this article does

 

not apply to an individual, person, or premises licensed under

 

article 11 while rendering the services of a barber. The

 

prohibition contained in this subsection does not apply to a

 

currently registered senior cosmetology student performing shampoo

 

services on members of the public in a cosmetology establishment,

 

so long as the student has completed the 350 hours of instruction

 


as required under section 1205(5)(c) and has met the academic

 

requirements regarding those courses in client safety, sanitation,

 

bacteriology, hair and scalp disorders, scalp manipulations, and

 

proper shampooing procedure. A cosmetology establishment employing

 

a cosmetology senior student for the purpose of rendering shampoo

 

services shall apply to the school, on forms provided by the

 

department, for verification of current registration as a

 

cosmetology senior student and completion of the 350 hours of

 

instruction as required under section 1205(5)(c). The school shall

 

verify that the student is currently registered with the school and

 

the hours completed by the student and shall sign the application,

 

which expires on the expected graduation date of the student. The

 

cosmetology establishment shall do all of the following:

 

     (a) Keep the records on file for at least 3 years after the

 

end of the employment relationship.

 

     (b) Allow the department access to the records.

 

     (c) Post the approved application with cosmetology licenses in

 

the salon.

 

     (d) Not allow the student to perform cosmetology services

 

other than shampooing while employed by the establishment.

 

     (2) An individual licensed as a cosmetologist under this

 

article may render hair care services, skin care services, natural

 

hair cultivation, and manicuring services as part of the practice

 

of cosmetology, but shall not render electrology without being

 

licensed as an electrologist.

 

     (3) The department may license an individual to render

 

manicuring services, natural hair cultivation, or skin care

 


services in accordance with his or her training. An individual

 

licensed as a manicurist, natural hair culturist, or esthetician

 

shall only render that particular service and shall not render any

 

other cosmetology service without being licensed for that service.

 

An individual licensed as a manicurist, natural hair culturist, or

 

esthetician shall not render electrology without being licensed as

 

an electrologist.

 

     (4) An individual licensed as an electrologist shall render

 

only electrology services and shall not render any other

 

cosmetology service without separately being licensed to render

 

those services.