Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation Strategic Plan: Fiscal Years 2009-2013 Page: 14
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The Elevator Safety Program works to ensure the safety of Texans who ride
on more than 40,000 registered elevators, escalators, moving walks, and
wheel chair lifts through oversight of inspections and certifications, and
interpretation of adopted safety standards. This section provides outreach
services and education programs to third-party Qualified Elevator Inspectors
(QEIs), registered elevator contractors, building owners, and facility managers
on compliance and safety issues.
The Industrialized Housing and Buildings Program works to ensure that modular
buildings in Texas meet the same standards used for site-built homes and
buildings. This section reviews plans, performs on-site certification of
manufacturing plants, inspects modular units, and monitors the services
provided by third-party inspectors and plan reviewers.
Business and Occupation Section
The Business and Occupation section provides expertise and customer support
TEXAS BARBERS for such varied professions as barbers, combative sports, cosmetologists,
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and storage, water well drilling, and weather modification activities.
The Barber Program ensures those providing barber services such as haircuts
and shaves do so in a safe and sanitary manner. Working closely with state and
r __ A - county health and medical experts, program staff develop sanitation rules for
more than 19,000 barbers, barber shops, and schools.
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I. The Combative Sports Program promotes the safety and fair treatment of
contestants and spectators of combative sports events in Texas. Staff oversee
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Barbers and Barber shops
The Cosmetology Program oversees regulation of over 192,000 individuals and
businesses including facialists, manicurists and schools. Working with state
and county health officials, program staff develop sanitation rules and monitor
health and safety issues to protect clients and employees. They also conduct
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