By MICHAEL REEDMAN and ANNA DOLPHINPublished March 21, 2019 14:02:16Texas’ cosmetologist team has unveiled a new mission statement in the wake of the devastating wildfires that have devastated the state.
In the statement, the Texas Department of Cosmetologic Science said the mission is about providing education and training for residents, health care providers, and the public.
“In order to make sure we continue to have the best resource in the state for the public and healthcare providers, we must continue to support the health and safety of Texans,” the statement said.
“Texas has the most cosmetologists per capita in the nation.
To ensure that our communities have the health care resources they need, we need to continue to invest in our cosmetological community and to ensure that they have the resources they require.”
In its mission statement on the agency’s website, the agency said it has a budget of more than $200 million.
“Our mission is to educate the public, improve the health of Texas residents and healthcare professionals, and provide opportunities for the cosmetologies community to expand their work,” it said.
The statement came as Texas Gov.
Greg Abbott and other top state officials expressed concern about the fire season and the state’s response to the devastating fires that have ravaged Texas, leading to widespread evacuations and shut down roads.
On Friday, Abbott tweeted his condolences for the loss of life in the fires.
“As a nation, we are all mourning the loss and devastation of this devastating fire season,” Abbott wrote.
“We have lost a wonderful person, a colleague, a friend, and we have lost someone who dedicated his life to our state.”
Texas has not had a major fire season since the 1990s.
The state has had three major blazes this year and officials said they will likely experience more in the coming weeks.
Officials are asking residents and health care workers to stay away from homes, and they have begun a public awareness campaign.
The Texas Department for Cosmetological Science is the state agency responsible for overseeing the training of cosmeticians and other cosmetologic workers.
The agency was established in 1976 to support Texas’ cosmetic industry.
“Texas is blessed to have such a rich cosmetographic tradition,” the Texas Cosmétology Institute said in a statement.
A spokesperson for the Texas Office of Cosmological Health and Safety said in an email that it has received many inquiries from individuals who have lost their homes, but the agency is unable to provide any information on how to get help. “
Our mission statement calls for the state to continue and improve its cosmetography education programs to provide the most up-to-date, hands-on cosmetistry training, and to support our industry.”
A spokesperson for the Texas Office of Cosmological Health and Safety said in an email that it has received many inquiries from individuals who have lost their homes, but the agency is unable to provide any information on how to get help.
The office said it would release additional information about the state in the near future.
A spokeswoman for the United Way of Texas said it is asking people to reach out to local volunteers to help the residents who are displaced.
“We are reaching out to our community to assist the Texas families who have suffered the most in the devastating floods and fires, and offer our heartfelt condolences,” the office said.
“The vast majority of people who are experiencing the fires are Texans, and it is our hope that those affected by these fires can find some comfort in knowing that we have the ability to help, whether we are a local volunteer or an out-of-state citizen.”© 2018 Cox Media Group.