- authorized disciplinary action
- orders imposing discipline deemed public records.
1.The following are grounds for disciplinary action by the Board:
(a)Failure of an owner of an establishment for hair braiding, a cosmetological establishment, a licensed or registered, as applicable, esthetician, cosmetologist, hair designer, shampoo technologist, hair braider, electrologist, instructor, nail technologist, demonstrator of cosmetics, makeup artist or school of cosmetology to comply with the requirements of this chapter or the applicable regulations adopted by the Board.
(b)Failure of a cosmetologist’s apprentice, electrologist’s apprentice, esthetician’s apprentice, hair designer’s apprentice or nail technologist’s apprentice to comply with the requirements of this chapter or the applicable regulations adopted by the Board.
(c)Obtaining practice in cosmetology or any branch thereof, for money or any thing of value, by fraudulent misrepresentation.
(e)Continued practice by a person knowingly having an infectious or contagious disease.
(f)Drunkenness or the use or possession, or both, of a controlled substance or dangerous drug without a prescription, while engaged in the practice of cosmetology.
(g)Advertising in violation of any of the provisions of NRS 644A.800 or 644A.935.
(h)Permitting a license or certificate of registration to be used where the holder thereof is not personally, actively and continuously engaged in business.
(i)Failure to display the license or certificate of registration or a duplicate of the license or certificate of registration as provided in NRS 644A.530, 644A.535, 644A.615, 644A.665 and 644A.710.
(j)Entering, by a school of cosmetology, into an unconscionable contract with a student of cosmetology.
(k)Continued practice of cosmetology or operation of a cosmetological establishment or school of cosmetology after the license therefor has expired.
(l)Engaging in prostitution or solicitation for prostitution in violation of NRS 201.354 by the owner of a cosmetological establishment, an establishment for hair braiding or a facility in which threading is conducted, a licensee or a holder of a certificate of registration.
(m)Failure to comply with the provisions of NRS 454.217 or 629.086.
(n)Any other unfair or unjust practice, method or dealing which, in the judgment of the Board, may justify such action.
2.If the Board determines that a violation of this section has occurred, it may:
(a)Refuse to issue or renew a license or certificate of registration;
(b)Revoke or suspend a license or certificate of registration;
(c)Place the licensee or holder of a certificate of registration on probation for a specified period;
(d)Impose a fine not to exceed $2,000; or
(e)Take any combination of the actions authorized by paragraphs (a) to (d), inclusive.
3.An order that imposes discipline and the findings of fact and conclusions of law supporting that order are public records.
Section 644A.850 — Grounds; authorized disciplinary action; orders imposing discipline deemed public records.,