These Notices of Rule Effective Dates were published in the May 15, 2017, issue (Vol. 2017, No. 10) of the Utah State Bulletin.

State law provides for agencies to make their administrative rules effective and enforceable after publication in the Utah State Bulletin. In the case of Proposed Rules or Changes in Proposed Rules with a designated comment period, the law permits an agency to make a rule effective no fewer than seven calendar days after the close of the public comment period, nor more than 120 days after the publication date. In the case of Changes in Proposed Rules with no designated comment period, the law permits an agency to make a rule effective on any date including or after the thirtieth day after the rule's publication date, but not more than 120 days after the publication date. If an agency fails to file a Notice of Effective Date within 120 days from the publication of a Proposed Rule or a related Change in Proposed Rule the rule lapses.

Agencies have notified the Office of Administrative Rules that the rules listed below have been made effective.

Notices of Effective Date are governed by Subsection 63G-3-301(12), Section 63G-3-303, and Sections R15-4-5a and R15-4-5b.


  • Health
    • Family Health and Preparedness, Emergency Medical Services
      • No. 41332 (Amendment): Rule R426-5. Emergency Medical Services Training and Certification Standards
        Published: 03/15/2017
        Effective: 04/26/2017
    • Health Care Financing, Coverage and Reimbursement Policy
      • No. 41290 (Amendment): Section R414-61-2. Incorporation by Reference
        Published: 03/01/2017
        Effective: 04/20/2017
  • Workforce Services
    • Employment Development
      • No. 41336 (Amendment): Rule R986-600. Workforce Investment Act
        Published: 03/15/2017
        Effective: 05/01/2017

Additional Information

The Portable Document Format (PDF) version of the Bulletin is the official version. The PDF version of this issue is available at The HTML edition of the Bulletin is a convenience copy. Any discrepancy between the PDF version and HTML version is resolved in favor of the PDF version.

For questions about the rulemaking process, please contact the Office of Administrative Rules.