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Commission Review
Log of Permanent Rule Filings
September 23, 2008 through October 20, 2008
Tobacco Trust Fund Commission
The rules in Chapter 57 are from the tobacco trust fund commission and concern general provisions (.0100); compensatory program grants (.0200); and qualified agricultural program grants (.0300).
Applications for Grants
Amend
02 NCAC 57 .0204
Out of Cycle Award of Grants
Repeal
02 NCAC 57 .0206
Review of Proposals
Amend
02 NCAC 57 .0207
Reporting
Amend
02 NCAC 57 .0209
Applications for Grants
Amend
02 NCAC 57 .0304
Out of Cycle Consideration of Grants
Repeal
02 NCAC 57 .0305
Review of Proposals
Amend
02 NCAC 57 .0306
Reporting
Amend
02 NCAC 57 .0308
Cemetery Commission
The rules in Subchapter 05D concern trust funds including maintenance and care of funds (perpetual care funds) (.0100); and pre-need cemetery merchandise, pre-constructed mausoleums and below ground crypts trust funds (.0200).
Delivery
Amend
04 NCAC 05D .0202
Corrections, Department of
The rules in Chapter 1 are departmental rules. The rules in Subchapter 1F concern general administration (.0100) and petition for rulemaking (.0200).
Location
Adopt
05 NCAC 01F .0101
Cost of Copies
Adopt
05 NCAC 01F .0102
Filing a Petition for Rule-making
Adopt
05 NCAC 01F .0201
Blind, Commission for the
The rules in Chapter 63 concern services for the blind. The rules in Subchapter 63C concern business enterprises program including licensing and placement (.0200); special provisions (.0300); administrative appeal procedure (.0400); election: organization and functions of the committee on the stand program (.0500); responsibilities of licensed operators (.0600); and earnings: funds and proceeds (.0700).
Licensing and Placement
Amend
10A NCAC 63C .0202
Filling of Vacancies
Amend
10A NCAC 63C .0204
Insurance, Department of
The rules in Chapter 11 are from the Department of Insurance and concern financial evaluation of insurance companies. The rules in Subchapter 11F are actuarial rules including general provisions (.0100); health insurance minimum reserve standards (.0200); actuarial opinion and memorandum (.0300); commissioner's reserve valuation method (.0400); new annuity valuation mortality tables (.0500); recognition of the 2001 CSO mortality table for use in determining minimum reserve liabilities and non-forfeiture benefits (.0600); determining minimum reserve liabilities for credit life insurance (.0700); and preferred class structure mortality table (.0800).
Definitions
Amend
11 NCAC 11F .0601
2001 CSO Mortality Table as Minimum Standard
Amend
11 NCAC 11F .0602
Conditions
Amend
11 NCAC 11F .0603
Gender-Blended Tables
Amend
11 NCAC 11F .0605
Minimum Standards for Preneed Life Insurance
Adopt
11 NCAC 11F .0606
Private Protective Services Board
The rules in Subchapter 7D cover organization and general provisions (.0100); licenses and trainee permits (.0200); security guard patrol and guard dog service (.0300); private investigator and counterintelligence (.0400); polygraph (.0500); psychological stress evaluator (PSE) (.0600); unarmed security guard registration (.0700); armed security guard firearm registration permit (.0800); trainer certificate (.0900); recovery fund (.1000); training and supervision for private investigator associates (.1100); continuing education (.1300); unarmed armored car service guard registration requirements (.1400); and armed armored car service guard registration permit requirements (.1500).
Requirements for a Firearms Trainer Certificate
Amend
12 NCAC 07D .0901
Records Retention
Amend
12 NCAC 07D .0906
Post-Delivery Report for Firearms Training Courses
Amend
12 NCAC 07D .0908
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).
General Use Standards for Ocean Hazard Areas
Amend
15A NCAC 07H .0306
The rules in Chapter 7 pertain to coastal management and are promulgated by the Division of Coastal Management or the Coastal Resources Commission. The rules in Subchapter 7J concern procedures for handling major development permits, variance requests, appeals from minor development permit decisions and declaratory rulings. They include definitions (.0100); permit application and procedures (.0200); hearing procedures (.0300); final approval and enforcement (.0400); general permits (.0500); declaratory rulings and petitions for rulemaking (.0600); procedures for considering variance petitions (.0700); general permit procedure (.1100); static vegetation line exception procedures (.1200); and development line procedures (.1300).
Requesting the Static Line Exception
Adopt
15A NCAC 07J .1201
Review of the Static Line Exception Request
Adopt
15A NCAC 07J .1202
Procedure for Approving the Static Line Exception
Adopt
15A NCAC 07J .1203
Review of the Large-Scale Beach-Fill Project and Approved...
Adopt
15A NCAC 07J .1204
Revocation and Expiration of the Static Line Exception
Adopt
15A NCAC 07J .1205
Local Government and Communities with Static Vegetation L...
Adopt
15A NCAC 07J .1206
Cosmetic Art Examiners, Board of
The rules in Subchapter 14A are the Cosmetic Art Board of Examiners departmental rules including organizational rules (.0100); and license renewal waiver for armed forces (.0400).
Definitions
Amend
21 NCAC 14A .0101
The rules in Chapter 14 are from the Cosmetic Art Examiners. The rules in Subchapter 14F govern all aspects of licensing a beauty salon.
Salon Renewal
Repeal
21 NCAC 14F .0114
The rules in Subchapter 14G give the requirements for the establishment of cosmetic art schools.
Forms
Repeal
21 NCAC 14G .0102
Equipment and Teachers
Amend
21 NCAC 14G .0107
The rules in Subchapter 14H are sanitation rules for both operators and facilities including sanitation (.0100); shop licensing and physical dimensions (.0200); cosmetic art shop and equipment (.0300); sanitation procedures and practices (.0400); and enforcement, maintenance of licensure (.0500).
Sanitary Ratings and Posting of Ratings
Amend
21 NCAC 14H .0105
Cleanliness of Operators
Amend
21 NCAC 14H .0111
Cleanliness of Clinic Area: Supplies: Combs and Brushes
Amend
21 NCAC 14H .0112
Cleanliness of Scissors, Shears, Razors and Other Equipment
Amend
21 NCAC 14H .0113
Health of Operators
Repeal
21 NCAC 14H .0116
Animals
Amend
21 NCAC 14H .0117
Systems of Grading Beauty Establishments
Amend
21 NCAC 14H .0118
Footspa Sanitation
Amend
21 NCAC 14H .0120
The rules in Chapter 14 are from the Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners. The rules in Subchapter 14I govern the operation of cosmetic art schools including record keeping (.0100); the reception area (.0200); classrooms (.0300); and licensure of convicted felons (.0400).
Transfer of Credit
Amend
21 NCAC 14I .0105
Report of Enrollment
Amend
21 NCAC 14I .0107
Summary of Cosmetic Art Education
Amend
21 NCAC 14I .0109
Recitation Room
Amend
21 NCAC 14I .0301
Classroom Bulletin Board
Amend
21 NCAC 14I .0303
Application/Licensure/Individuals Who Have Been Convicted...
Amend
21 NCAC 14I .0401
Requests for Preapplication Review of Felony Convictions
Repeal
21 NCAC 14I .0402
The rules in Subchapter 14J cover the cosmetology curriculum including the beginners' department (.0100); the advanced department (.0200); combined studies (.0300); the course of study (.0400); and credit for study outside of North Carolina (.0500).
Equipment
Amend
21 NCAC 14J .0302
The rules in Subchapter 14K deal with the manicurist curriculum.
Uniforms
Amend
21 NCAC 14K .0101
Equipment and Instruments
Amend
21 NCAC 14K .0103
Identification Pins
Amend
21 NCAC 14K .0105
Live Model Performances
Amend
21 NCAC 14K .0107
The rules in Subchapter 14L deal with teacher qualifications and examinations (.0100) and teacher program and curriculum (.0200).
Application to Take Examination
Amend
21 NCAC 14L .0106
Supervision of Cosmetic Art Teacher Trainer
Amend
21 NCAC 14L .0208
Effect on Student-Teacher Ration
Amend
21 NCAC 14L .0210
Fee
Repeal
21 NCAC 14L .0214
The rules in Subchapter 14N deal with examinations including general provisions (.0100), cosmetologist exam (.0200), manicurist exam (.0300), cosmetologist teacher exam (.0400), and manicurist teach examination (.0500), esthetician examination (.0600), and esthetician teacher examination (.0700).
Initial Application and Fees
Amend
21 NCAC 14N .0102
The rules in Subchapter 14O are esthetician curriculum rules.
Uniforms
Amend
21 NCAC 14O .0101
Course of Study
Amend
21 NCAC 14O .0102
Identification Pins
Amend
21 NCAC 14O .0105
Sanitation
Repeal
21 NCAC 14O .0107
The rules in Subchapter 14P are civil penalty rules.
Renewals, Expired Licenses, Licenses Required
Amend
21 NCAC 14P .0105
Licenses Required
Amend
21 NCAC 14P .0106
Licenses to be Posted
Amend
21 NCAC 14P .0107
Revocation of Licenses and Other Disciplinary Measures
Amend
21 NCAC 14P .0108
Sanitary Ratings and Posting of Ratings - Applicable to E...
Amend
21 NCAC 14P .0112
Operations of Schools of Cosmetic Art
Amend
21 NCAC 14P .0113
Sanitary Ratings
Amend
21 NCAC 14P .0115
The rules in Subchapter 14R are continuing education rules.
Continuing Education Requirements
Amend
21 NCAC 14R .0101
Application Criteria and Continuing Education Course Appr...
Amend
21 NCAC 14R .0102
Criteria for Continuing Education Courses
Amend
21 NCAC 14R .0103
Pharmacy, Board of
The rules in Chapter 46 cover organization of the board (.1200); general definitions (.1300); hospitals and other health facilities (.1400); admission requirements and examinations (.1500); licenses and permits (.1600); drugs dispensed by nurse and physician assistants (.1700); prescriptions (.1800); forms (.1900); administrative provisions (.2000); elections (.2100); continuing education (.2200); prescription information and records (.2300); dispensing in health departments (.2400); miscellaneous provisions (.2500); devices (.2600); nuclear pharmacy (.2700); compounding (.2800); product selection (.2900); disposal of unwanted drugs (.3000); clinical pharmacist practitioner (.3100); impaired pharmacist peer review program (.3200); and registry of pharmacist technicians (.3300).
Partial Examination
Repeal
21 NCAC 46 .1507
Physical Therapy Examiners, Board of
The rules in Subchapter 48G concern retention of license including licensure renewal (.0100); lapsed licenses (.0200); refusal to renew or grant license suspension or revocation (.0300); probation or warning (.0400); contested case hearings (.0500); and disciplinary action (.0600).
Definitions
Adopt
21 NCAC 48G .0105
Continuing Competence
Adopt
21 NCAC 48G .0106
Standards for Continuing Competence Activities
Adopt
21 NCAC 48G .0107
Approval of Providers and Activities
Adopt
21 NCAC 48G .0108
Continuing Competence Activities
Adopt
21 NCAC 48G .0109
Evidence of Compliance
Adopt
21 NCAC 48G .0110
Exemptions and Deferments
Adopt
21 NCAC 48G .0111
Costs
Adopt
21 NCAC 48G .0112
Revival of Lapsed License
Amend
21 NCAC 48G .0203
State Personnel Commission
The rules in Chapter 1 are from the State Personnel Commission. The rules in Subchapter 1C concern personnel administration including employment (.0100); general employment policies (.0200); personnel records and reports (.0300); appointment (.0400); work schedule (.0500); competitive service (.0600); secondary employment (.0700); requirements for teleworking programs (.0800); employee recognition programs (.0900); and separation (.1000).
Separation: Payment of Vacation Leave
Amend
25 NCAC 01C .1009
The rules in Subchapter 1D are the rules dealing with compensation and include administration of the pay plan (.0100); new appointments (.0200); promotion (.0300); demotions or reassignments (.0400); separation (.0500); reallocation (.0600); salary range revision (.0700); initial classification (.0800); transfer (.0900); reinstatement (.1000); longevity pay (.1200); holiday premium pay (.1300); shift premium pay (.1400); emergency call-back pay (.1500); foreign service pay (.1600); employment of physicians for extended duty (.1800); hours of work and overtime compensation (.1900); unemployment insurance (.2000); special salary adjustments (.2100); comprehensive compensation system (.2500); and in-range salary adjustments (.2600).q
Leave
Repeal
25 NCAC 01D .0517
The rules in Subchapter 1E cover employee benefits including general leave provisions (.0100); vacation leave (.0200); sick leave (.0300); workers compensation leave (.0700); military leave (.0800); holidays (.0900); miscellaneous leave (.1000); other types of leave without pay (.1100); community involvement (.1200); the voluntary shared leave program (.1300); family and medical leave (.1400); child involvement leave (.1500); community services leave (.1600); administrative leave (.1700) and incentive leave (.1800).
Separation: Payment of Vacation Leave
Amend
25 NCAC 01E .0210
Building Code Council
NC Residential Code: General. Appendix Q Footing Continuity
Adopt
R403.1