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Commission Review
Log of Permanent Rule Filings
November 21, 2012 through December 20, 2012
Banks, Office of the Commissioner of
The rules in Subchapter 3C concern banks including organization and chartering (.0100); branches and limited service facilities (.0200); change of location (.0300); consolidation of banks (.0400); operations (.0900); loan administration and leasing (.1000); capital (.1100); bank personnel (.1300); legal reserve (.1400); fees (.1600); nonresident banks (.1700); and courier services (.1800).
Change of Location of Main Office or Branch
04 NCAC 03C .0301
04 NCAC 03C .0401
Filing with Secretary of State
04 NCAC 03C .0406
Public Health, Commission for
The rules in Chapter 43 are from the Department of Health and Human Services and the Commission for Public Health and concern personal health. The rules in Subchapter 43D concern WIC/Nutrition including definitions (.0100); WIC program general information (.0200); selection of local WIC agencies (.0300); eligibility for WIC program participation (.0400); WIC program food package (.0500); WIC program nutrition education (.0600); WIC program food delivery system (.0700); WIC program administrative appeals (.0800); WIC program participant fair hearings (.0900); consultation services (.1000); and maternal and child health block grant nutrition program (.1200).
10A NCAC 43D .0202
Vendor Peer Groups
10A NCAC 43D .0706
Vendor Applicants
10A NCAC 43D .0707
Authorized Vendors
10A NCAC 43D .0708
Local WIC Agency
10A NCAC 43D .0709
Vendor Violations
10A NCAC 43D .0710
The rules in Subchapter 48B establish the accreditation standards for local health departments including general provisions (.0100); the standards or benchmarks to monitor health status (.0200); diagnose and investigate health problems and health hazards in the community (.0300); inform, educate and empower people about health issues (.0400); mobilize community partnerships to identify and solve health problems (.0500); develop policies and plans that support individual and community health efforts (.0600); enforce laws and regulations that protect health and ensure safety (.0700); link people to personal health services to assure the provision of health care when otherwise unavailable (.0800); assure a competent public health workforce and personal health workforce (.0900); evaluate effectiveness, accessibility and quality of personal and population based health services (.1000); research for new insights and innovative solutions to health problems (.1100); provide facilities and administrative services (.1200) and provide governance (.1300).
Accreditation Requirements
10A NCAC 48B .0103
Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission
The rules in Chapter 9 are from the Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission. This Commission has primary responsibility for setting statewide education, training, employment, and retention standards for criminal justice personnel (not including sheriffs). The rules in Subchapter 9B cover minimum standards for: employment (.0100); schools and training programs (.0200); criminal justice instructors (.0300); completion of training (.0400); school directors (.0500); and certification of post-secondary criminal justice education programs (.0600).
Specialized Firearms Instructor Training
12 NCAC 09B .0226
Specialized Driver Instructor Training
12 NCAC 09B .0227
Specialized Subject Control Arrest Techniques Instructor ...
12 NCAC 09B .0232
Specialized Physical Fitness Instructor Training
12 NCAC 09B .0233
The rules in Chapter 9 are from the Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission. The rules in Subchapter 9E relate to the law enforcement officers' in-service training program.
Instructors Annual In-Service Training
12 NCAC 09E .0104
Minimum Training Specifications: Annual In-Service Training
12 NCAC 09E .0105
The rules in Subchapter 9F cover concealed handgun training.
Topical Areas
12 NCAC 09F .0102
Coastal Resources Commission
The rules in Subchapter 7H are the state guidelines for areas of environmental concern (AECs) including introduction and general comments (.0100); the estuarine system (.0200); ocean hazard areas (.0300); public water supplies (.0400); natural and cultural resource areas (.0500); development standards (.0600); general permits for construction or maintenance of bulkheads and the placement of riprap for shoreline protection in estuarine and public trust waters (.1100); piers, docks and boat houses in estuarine and public trust waters (.1200); general permit to construct boat ramps along estuarine and public trust shorelines and into estuarine and public trust waters (.1300); groins in estuarine and public trust waters (.1400); excavation within or connecting to existing canals, channels, basins, or ditches in estuarine waters, public trust waters, and estuarine shoreline AECs (.1500); aerial and subaqueous utility lines with attendant structures in coastal wetlands, estuarine waters, public trust waters and estuarine shorelines (.1600); emergency work requiring a CAMA or a dredge and fill permit (.1700); beach bulldozing landward of the mean high-water mark in the ocean hazard AEC (.1800); temporary structures within the estuarine and ocean hazard AECs (.1900); authorizing minor modifications and repair to existing pier/mooring facilities in estuarine and public trust waters and ocean hazard areas (.2000); construction of sheetpile sill for shoreline protection in estuarine and public trust waters (.2100); construction of freestanding moorings in established waters and public trust areas (.2200); replacement of existing bridges and culverts in estuarine waters, estuarine shorelines, public trust areas and coastal wetlands (.2300); placement of riprap for wetland protection in estuarine and public trust waters (.2400); replacement of structures; the reconstruction of primary or frontal dune systems; and the maintenance excavation of existing canals, basins, channels, or ditches, damaged, destroyed, or filled in by hurricanes or tropical storms (.2500); construction of wetland, stream and buffer mitigation sites by the North Carolina Ecosystem Enhancement Program or the North Carolina Wetlands Restoration Program (.2600); and the construction of riprap sills for wetland enhancement in estuarine and public trust waters (.2700).
AECS Within Ocean Hazard Areas
15A NCAC 07H .0304
Secretary of State, Department of the
The rules in Chapter 12 concern lobbying including general provisions (.0100); forms completion (.0200); submission, review, amendment, and correction of documents (.0300); fees (.0400); economic information confidentiality protection (.0500); registration requirements and ending of lobbyist-principal relationship (.0600); disclosure of lobbyist and principal identity (.0700); lobbyist reporting (.0800); reporting by principal (.0900); solicitors and the solicitation of others (.1000); liaison personnel (.1100); confidentiality and records (.1200); preservation of records by lobbyists, principals, solicitors and liaisons (.1300); and department provision of lists to designated individuals (.1400).
Lobbyist Compensation Shall Be Separately Reported
18 NCAC 12 .0904
Engineers and Surveyors, Board of Examiners for
The rules in Chapter 56 concern the organization of the board (.0100); instructional programs (.0300); records and reports of the board, retention and dispositions (.0400); professional engineer (.0500); professional land surveyor (.0600); rules of professional conduct (.0700); firm registration (.0800); general business entities (.0900); temporary permit (.1000); seal (.1100); rulemaking proceedings (.1200); board disciplinary procedures (.1300); contested cases (.1400); fees (.1500); standards of practice for land surveying in North Carolina (.1600); and continuing professional competency (.1700).
21 NCAC 56 .1001
Application Procedure
21 NCAC 56 .1002
21 NCAC 56 .1003
Certification with Temporary Permit
21 NCAC 56 .1104