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PROPOSED RULES

(a).1900 Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems,

(b).1603 and .1606, 1611(a) and (b) and .1613 Sanitation of Residential Care Facilities (Family Foster Homes), and

(c).2100 Rules Governing the Sanitation and Safety of Migrant Housing.

(3).2800 Sanitation of Child Care Centers.

(4).3100 Lead Poisoning Prevention in Children Program.

(5).2500 Public Swimming Pools.

(6).3200 Tattooing.

(7).1603, .1606, .1611(a) and (b), .1613 Sanitation of Residential Care Facilities (Family Foster Homes) and .2100 Rules Governing the Sanitation and Safety of Migrant Housing.

(8)G.S. 87-87, G.S. 87-97 and 15A NCAC 02C .0100 Standards of Construction: Water-Supply Wells.

Authority G.S. 130A-4.

15A NCAC 01O .0102ELIGIBILITY FOR

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY

(a)  The applicant for authorization shall successfully complete the centralized training course provided by the Division.
(b)  The applicant shall successfully complete field practice by evaluating sites and establishments with an authorized environmental health specialist to assure that the applicant knows the rules of the Commission for Public Health and the Environmental Management Commission, as applicable, and how to properly enforce them.
(c)  When the supervisor determines that the applicant has progressed sufficiently to work independently, the applicant may request to be evaluated for authorization.  Documentation of the satisfactory completion of all required orientation activities and field practice, including any inspection or evaluation forms completed by the applicant and comments of the supervisor shall be forwarded to the regional specialist.
(d)  If, upon reviewing the file, the regional specialist finds that the applicant needs additional study or field practice, the evaluation for authorization may be postponed until that study or practice has been completed.
(e)  Upon satisfactory completion of the requirements in Paragraphs (a)-(d) (a) through (d) of this Rule, the regional specialist shall coordinate the administration of a written test which the applicant must pass by a score of 70 percent or more. The test may be repeated if necessary.
(f)  An applicant requesting authorization for 15A NCAC 18A .3100 Lead Poisoning Prevention in Children Program shall take and successfully complete the North Carolina State of Practice course entitled "Lead Investigation and Abatement" and shall pass the written test provided by that course.  An applicant requesting authorization for only 15A NCAC 18A Lead Poisoning Prevention in Children Program shall not be required to take the exam required in Paragraph (e) of this Rule.
(g)  An applicant requesting authorization for 15A NCAC 02C .0100 to enforce the private well construction rules of the Environmental Management Commission shall take and successfully complete the North Carolina State of Practice course entitled Basic Private Wells Authorization Training: Groundwater Protection and Public Health or the Private Well portion of Centralized Intern Training, including any written test(s) associated with the course he or she takes.  An applicant requesting authorization for 15A NCAC 02C .0100 Standards of Construction: Water-Supply Wells who has more than 18 months of experience in a well  inspection program approved by the Department shall be required to take only the exam required in Paragraph (e) of this Rule.
(g)(h) After the applicant has successfully completed the written test, the regional specialist shall conduct a field evaluation of the applicant’s knowledge, skills, and ability to enforce the provisions of G.S. 130A and the rules of the Commission.  Following the field evaluation, the regional specialist shall make a recommendation to the Director of the Division of Environmental Health regarding issuance or denial of authorization.

Authority G.S. 130A-4.

15A NCAC 01O .0103DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY

Upon determination that the criteria in Rules .0101 and .0102 of this Section have been met and none of the reasons for denial listed in Rule .0107 of this Section exist, and upon a review of the recommendation of the regional specialist, the Director, Division of Environmental Health, shall issue or deny authorization.  An Identification Card shall be issued by the Division to each person authorized to enforce provisions of G.S. 130A and the rules of the Commission. Commission for Public Health and G.S. 87-87, G.S. 87-97 and the rules of the Environmental Management Commission.  The card shall be carried by the agent at all times when on duty.  The card is the property of the Division and shall be returned to the Division upon separation of employment, suspension, or revocation of authorization or failure to maintain registration with the N.C. Board of Sanitarian Examiners.

Authority G.S. 130A-4.

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Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2 that the Environmental Management Commission intends to adopt the rule cited as 15A NCAC 02D .1212; amend the rules cited as 15A NCAC 02D .0521, .0614, .0901-.0902, .0909, .0952, .1110, .1205; 02Q .0102, .0304, .0902 and repeal the rules cited as 15A NCAC 02D .0953-.0954.

Proposed Effective Date: November 1, 2008

Instructions on How to Demand a Public Hearing:  A public hearing will be scheduled on the proposed rule actions if the Division of Air Quality receives  a written request for a public hearing within 30 days after the notice of text is published

22:23                                                               NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER                                           JUNE 2, 2008

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