TITLE 68: PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
CHAPTER VII: DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION
SUBCHAPTER b: PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
PART 1175 THE BARBER, COSMETOLOGY, ESTHETICS, HAIR BRAIDING, AND NAIL TECHNOLOGY ACT OF 1985
SECTION 1175.1555 CHANGE OF LOCATION
Section 1175.1555 Change of Location
a) When the location of a licensed hair braiding school changes, the school owner shall, at least 30 days prior to the change in school site, submit to the Division the following:
1) Written notice to the Division that the licensed hair braiding school is changing location;
2) A signed and completed school application;
3) A detailed floor plan of the new school site consistent with the requirements of Section 1175.1510. The floor plan must be drawn to a scale specified on the floor plan and show each detail of the new site;
4) A copy of a lease showing at least a 1 year commitment to the use of the school site or certification of ownership of the school site;
5) A signed fire inspection report from the local fire inspection authority, conducted in the 6 months immediately preceding application, giving approval for use of the site as a school; and
6) The required fee set forth in Section 1175.100.
b) Once the items listed in subsection (a) have been received, the Division shall inspect the premises to determine compliance with this Part. School operations shall not commence at the new location nor may the school in any way solicit student enrollment at the new location until the owners have received notice of approval from the Division. Approval will be granted if all of the requirements of this Subpart O have been met.
c) If the change of location is due to natural destruction of the original premises, a temporary site may be used to teach theory classes only.
1) The temporary site must be inspected prior to its use and must possess light and ventilation and tables and chairs for the number of students in a classroom, and must be clean.
2) The temporary site may be used for a period of 2 months. The 2 month period can be extended for good cause. Good cause includes, but is not limited to, unexpected delays in construction, delays in lease arrangements, or delays in equipment delivery.
(Source: Added at 35 Ill. Reg. 14983, effective September 9, 2011)