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Public hearings for proposed rule amendments are held pursuant to Title 75 O.S. § 303 (A). Rule amendments adopted by the State Board of Health will be listed below by the date of adoption. Click on the Chapter number to view the amended rule text. Rule amendments that have been permanently adopted by the Governor and Legislature will have an effective date listed.
Adopted January 14, 2014, and pending action by the Governor and Legislature
The Board of Health adopted the following rule Chapter amendments on January 14, 2014, after public comment and hearing. The links below open an Adobe (TM) document that contains the Rule Report, Rule Impact Statement, and the adopted rule language. The Department submitted these rule Chapter amendments to the Governor and Legislature for adoption. That action is pending.
Chapter 2. Procedures of the State Department of Health[Background Checks in Long Term Care] (25 KB)
Chapter 658. Independent Review Organization Certification Rules[REVOKED] (208 KB)
The Board of Health adopted the following Chapters at their March 12, 2013, meeting. The Governor and Legislature approved the rules.
Chapter 400 - Licensed Marital and Family Therapists
Chapter 405 - Licensed Professional Counselors
Chapter 451 - Fire Extinguisher Industry
Chapter 667 - Hospital Standards
EMERGENCY RULE AMENDMENTS ADOPTED BY THE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
The Board of Health adopted the following amendments to Chapter 2, Procedures of the State Department of Health, as an emergency action on December 10, 2013, after public comment and hearing. The Board of Health adopted these same rules for permanent rulemaking at their January 14, 2014 meeting as listed above. The Governor approved these emergency rules on January 6, 2014, with an effective date of February 1, 2014.
Governors Emergency Rule Packet (112KB)
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