Additional Information Obtained From:
Dr. Douglas A. Beran, Executive Director
Texas State Board of Barber Examiners
5717 Balcones Dr., Suite 217
Austin, Texas 78731
CALL TO ORDER: 1:30 P.M.
ROLL CALL/DECLARATION OF QUORUM
1. Pursuant to Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code, call to order and
roll call by William H. Kuykendall, J. D., Chairman, Texas State Board of
2. Public comment.
3. Read and possibly approve Board Minutes of August 6, 2002.
4. Recognize Clyde W. Yeary, Jr., upon his retirement at age 86 after 39
years of service to the barber profession and community.
5. Discuss for possible action Proposals for Decision from the State Office
of Administrative Hearings (June 17, 2002).
6. Discuss for possible action Proposals for Decision from the State Office
of Administrative Hearings (June 24, 2002).
7. Discuss for possible action Proposals for Decision from the State Office
of Administrative Hearings (July 15, 2002).
8. Discuss for possible ratification the Agreed Orders in the Matter of
Assessment of an Administrative Penalty Against Certain Licensees in Cases
Brought for Informal Hearings before the Executive Director on August 19,
9. Discuss for possible approval for publication and public comment the
following amendments to rule 51.141. Definitions.
Delete 51.141(1) Line of Demarcation between "the hair" and
Delete 51.141(4) "The Beard."
Add the following language (shown by parentheses) to 51.141(5)(A):
The use of any blade or cutting tool for the purpose of removing (any or all)
corns or calluses is considered a medical practice and is prohibited. (The
possession or storage of any blade or cutting tool for the purpose as
contemplated by this rule is prima facie evidence of use.)
10. Progress report on implementing rule 51.141(5)(B) that was adopted by the
Board on June 4, 2002.
51.141(5)(B): The use of any drill or similar tool designed for use by a
manicurist or pedicurist is prohibited without proof of certification of
training of that manicurist or pedicurist through a program approved by the
Texas State Board of Barber Examiners.
11. Briefing to the Board regarding procedures utilized by staff to suspend a
license upon an order issued by the Child Support Division of the Office of
the Attorney General.
12. Consider appointing Board Member Ronald L. Brown to review and revise the
student teacher written examination for presentation to the Board at its
13. Discuss for possible approval for publication and public comment a new
rule 51.59 Student Violation Prior to the Examination:
A student who has been issued a citation for a violation of the Texas
Occupations Code Chapter 1601 or rules of the Barber Board may not take the
examination for licensure until final resolution of the citation.
14. Consider establishing and appointing an Advisory Committee to the Texas
State Board of Barber Examiners.
15. Discuss possible effective date for rule 51.93 Sanitation Rules for
Barber Shops and Barber Schools and Colleges (adopted 06/04/2002).
16. Review and discuss the procedures currently utilized at the Barber
Board's practical examination for students.