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New Human Trafficking Awareness Signs Required No Later Than January 1, 2022

Beginning January 1, 2022, all cosmetology businesses– including specialty salons, mobile salons, and schools– and all massage establishments and massage schools are required by Texas law to display a sign with information about available services and assistance to victims of human trafficking, including information on how to report suspicious activity to the Texas Department of Public Safety. The sign has information in five languages…. Read More about New Human Trafficking Awareness Signs Required No Later Than January 1, 2022

Notice to Health Care Practitioners of New Training Requirement

House Bill 2059 requires certain health care practitioners to complete a Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) approved human trafficking prevention training course to renew their license. The bill also requires HHSC to post a list of approved courses on their website. Licensees are required to comply with the training requirements beginning September 1, 2020. For… Read More about Notice to Health Care Practitioners of New Training Requirement