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This course is for persons who already have a North Carolina cosmetology license and that license is current, and has not become null and void. If your license is expired you can complete this course for course credit to renew your expired license. If your license expires in 2018, 2019, 2020, or 2021 you can also complete this course for continuing education credits. This course is approved for the following license renewal periods of 2018, 2019, 2020, or 2021. If you are renewing an North Carolina cosmetology license for the 2018, 2019, 2020, or 2021 renewal periods continue to the quiz below. If you are not a North Carolina cosmetologist return to the home page and select the license type that you currently are trying to renew. "Click Here" to return to the course list page.

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North Carolina Cosmetology 24 hour Continuing Education
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1. Anonymous HIV testing is available through health departments and is not name based.
True
False

2. A latex condom can help prevent the transfer of HIV.
True
False

3. People with HIV are easy to identify.
True
False

4. You can get the HIV virus while donating blood or plasma.
True
False

5. HIV is spread from one person to another through sharing of needles, unprotected sexual contact, and blood and body fluid.
True
False

6. AIDS is a virus that causes HIV.
True
False

7. Discriminating against people who are infected with HIV/AIDS violates the their human rights.
True
False

8. The first sign of syphilis is generally a sore(s) that is painless and becomes visible at the site of initial contact.
True
False

9. A female with untreated syphilis will transmit the disease to her unborn child.
True
False

10. Tuberculosis is spread through the air.
True
False

11. People with AIDS understand why others don’t want to be around them.
True
False

12. There is now a vaccine to cure AIDS if it is detected early enough.
True
False

13. Sterilization is the process of destroying all bacteria.
True
False

14. It is required by law to use a sanitary towel or neck strip around the client’s neck to avoid contact of the shampoo cape with a client’s skin
True
False

15. Some viruses are so small they will easily pass through filters.
True
False

16. Bacteria are responsible for a large degree of illness and suffering.
True
False

17. Pathogenic organisms are harmful because they produce disease.
True
False

18. The “active stage” is when bacteria grow and reproduce.
True
False

19. “General infection” is the least dangerous stage of an infection.
True
False

20. Formalin and Phenol are not poisonous.
True
False

21. A human carrier is a person who may be immune to a disease, but carries germs that can infect others.
True
False

22. Clients with an infectious disease can be served in a salon if they are kept in a separate room from all the other clients while the service is being performed.
True
False

23. Skin infections can be caused by the transfer of infectious material from one individual to another.
True
False

24. When using chemicals it is okay to deviate from the manufacturer’s directions if you have used them before and nothing bad happened.
True
False

25. The FDA makes sure that the chemicals used in a salon are safe if used properly.
True
False

26. Acetone is not a hazardous chemical.
True
False

27. Cosmetologists are exposed to possible toxic chemicals everyday.
True
False

28. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) must to be supplied to you by all manufacturers.
True
False

29. The Precautions for the “Safe Handling and Use” section of the MSDS sheet does not tell you what to do if you spill the product.
True
False

30. OSHA regulations require salon owners to maintain the MSDS sheets and make them available to employees to read.
True
False



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