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Regulation Concerning Certified Lead Contractors Notification, Lead Project Permits and Permit Fees [16 VAC 25 ‑ 35]
 
Review 751
 
Periodic Review of this Chapter
Includes a Small Business Impact Review
Date Filed: 4/24/2003
Review Announcement
Regulation Title: 16 VAC 25-35-10 et seq. Regulation Concerning Certified Lead Contractors Notification, Lead Project Permits, and Permit Fees

Description: Establishes the notification requirements for certain lead projects and provides for the payment of permit fees based on the size of the lead project. The regulation also requires filing of amended notifications prior to changes in or cancellation of projects. It does not mandate the abatement of lead from any public or private property.

DOLI seeks public comment regarding the following questions:

1. Does the regulation meet the following goals?

- Reduce the incidence of material impairment of the health of Virginians
due to exposure to lead in the workplace or as an environmental
pollutant.

- Provide process for lead contractors to notify the government of lead
projects and to pay fees to cover the costs of administering the program.

- Protect the public's health, safety and welfare with the least possible cost
and intrusiveness to the citizens and businesses of the Commonwealth.

2. Is the regulation written clearly and understandably?

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Written and electroncially submitted comments may be submitted from May 3, 2004 through May 25, 2004. Comments should be sent to Jennifer S. Cavedo, Regulatory Coordinator, Department of Labor and Industry, 13 South 13th Street, Richmond, VA 23219 (804) 371-2631; Fax (804) 371-6524 or e-mail jsc@doli.state.va.us.
Public Comment Period
Begin Date: 5/3/2004      End Date: 5/25/2004

Comments Received: 0

Review Result
Retain the regulation with no changes
pdf TH-07 Periodic Review Report of Findings   (7/16/2004)
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