Utah State Bulletin, Volume 2018, Number 5 (March 1, 2018)

Notices of Utah State Government
Filed February 2, 2018, 12:00 AM through February 15, 2018, 11:59 PM

Nancy L. Lancaster, Managing Editor


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Table of Contents

1. Special Notices

2. Notices of Proposed Rules

  • Agriculture and Food
    • Administration
      • No. 42559 (New Rule): Rule R51-5. Rural Rehabilitation Loans
  • Commerce
    • Occupational and Professional Licensing
      • No. 42582 (Amendment): Rule R156-1. General Rule of the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing
  • Education
    • Administration
      • No. 42609 (Amendment): Rule R277-116. Audit Procedure
      • No. 42608 (Amendment): Rule R277-122. Board of Education Procurement
      • No. 42610 (Amendment): Rule R277-482. Charter School Timelines and Approval Processes
      • No. 42611 (Amendment): Rule R277-610. Released-Time Classes and Public Schools
      • No. 42612 (Repeal and Reenact): Rule R277-613. LEA Bullying, Cyber-bullying, Hazing and Harassment Policies and Training
      • No. 42613 (Amendment): Rule R277-709. Education Programs Serving Youth in Custody
      • No. 42614 (Amendment): Rule R277-719. Standards for Selling Foods Outside of the Reimbursable Meal in Schools
  • Health
    • Health Care Financing, Coverage and Reimbursement Policy
      • No. 42594 (Amendment): Section R414-3A-5. Services
      • No. 42595 (New Rule): Rule R414-518. Emergency Services Program for Non-Citizens
  • Labor Commission
    • Industrial Accidents
      • No. 42567 (Amendment): Section R612-300-4. General Method for Computing Medical Fees
    • Occupational Safety and Health
      • No. 42568 (Amendment): Section R614-1-4. Incorporation of Federal Standards
    • Boiler, Elevator and Coal Mine Safety
      • No. 42565 (Amendment): Section R616-2-3. Safety Codes and Rules for Boilers and Pressure Vessels
      • No. 42566 (Amendment): Section R616-3-3. Safety Codes for Elevators
  • Natural Resources
    • Water Rights
      • No. 42606 (Repeal and Reenact): Rule R655-1. Wells Used for the Discovery and Production of Geothermal Energy in the State of Utah
      • No. 42607 (Repeal and Reenact): Rule R655-4. Water Wells

3. Notices of Changes in Proposed Rules

  • Environmental Quality
    • Waste Management and Radiation Control, Radiation
      • No. 42204 (Change in Proposed Rule): Rule R313-25. License Requirements for Land Disposal of Radioactive Waste � General Provisions

4. Five-Year Notices of Review and Statements of Continuation

  • Administrative Services
    • Finance
      • No. 42570 (5-year Review): Rule R25-5. Payment of Meeting Compensation (Per Diem) to Boards
      • No. 42571 (5-year Review): Rule R25-6. Relocation Reimbursement
      • No. 42572 (5-year Review): Rule R25-7. Travel-Related Reimbursements for State Employees
      • No. 42573 (5-year Review): Rule R25-8. Overtime Meal Allowance
  • Human Services
    • Child and Family Services
      • No. 42596 (5-year Review): Rule R512-100. In-Home Services
      • No. 42597 (5-year Review): Rule R512-200. Child Protective Services, Intake Services
      • No. 42598 (5-year Review): Rule R512-201. Child Protective Services, Investigation Services
      • No. 42599 (5-year Review): Rule R512-202. Child Protective Services, General Allegation Categories
      • No. 42600 (5-year Review): Rule R512-300. Out-of-Home Services
      • No. 42601 (5-year Review): Rule R512-301. Out-of-Home Services, Responsibilities Pertaining to a Parent or Guardian
      • No. 42602 (5-year Review): Rule R512-302. Out-of-Home Services, Responsibilities Pertaining to an Out-of-Home Caregiver
      • No. 42603 (5-year Review): Rule R512-305. Out-of-Home Services, Transition to Adult Living Services
      • No. 42604 (5-year Review): Rule R512-309. Out-of-Home Services, Foster Parent Reimbursement of Motor Vehicle Insurance Coverage for Youth in Foster Care
      • No. 42605 (5-year Review): Rule R512-500. Kinship Services, Placement and Background Screening
  • Labor Commission
    • Industrial Accidents
      • No. 42561 (5-year Review): Rule R612-100. Workers' Compensation Rules - General Provisions
      • No. 42562 (5-year Review): Rule R612-200. Workers' Compensation Rules - Filing and Paying Claims
      • No. 42563 (5-year Review): Rule R612-300. Workers' Compensation Rules - Medical Care
      • No. 42564 (5-year Review): Rule R612-400. Workers' Compensation Insurance, Self-Insurance and Waivers
  • Pardons (Board Of)
    • Administration
      • No. 42575 (5-year Review): Rule R671-312. Commutation Hearings for Death Penalty Cases
      • No. 42576 (5-year Review): Rule R671-509. Parole Progress/Violation Reports
      • No. 42577 (5-year Review): Rule R671-510. Evidence for Issuance of Warrants
      • No. 42578 (5-year Review): Rule R671-512. Execution of the Warrant
      • No. 42579 (5-year Review): Rule R671-513. Expedited Determination of Parolee Challenge to Probable Cause
      • No. 42580 (5-year Review): Rule R671-514. Waiver and Pleas of Guilt
      • No. 42581 (5-year Review): Rule R671-515. Timeliness of Parole Revocation Hearings
      • No. 42583 (5-year Review): Rule R671-516. Parole Revocation Hearings
      • No. 42584 (5-year Review): Rule R671-517. Evidentiary Hearings and Proceedings
      • No. 42585 (5-year Review): Rule R671-518. Conduct of Proceedings When a Criminal Charge Results in Conviction
      • No. 42586 (5-year Review): Rule R671-519. Proceedings When Criminal Charges Result in Acquittal
      • No. 42587 (5-year Review): Rule R671-520. Treatment of Confidential Testimony
      • No. 42588 (5-year Review): Rule R671-522. Continuances Due to Pending Criminal Charges
  • Public Service Commission
    • Administration
      • No. 42590 (5-year Review): Rule R746-330. Rules for Water and Sewer Utilities Operating in Utah
      • No. 42593 (5-year Review): Rule R746-332. Depreciation Rates for Water Utilities
      • No. 42589 (5-year Review): Rule R746-347. Extended Area Service (EAS)
      • No. 42592 (5-year Review): Rule R746-402. Rules Governing Reports of Accidents by Electric, Gas, Telephone, and Water Utilities
      • No. 42591 (5-year Review): Rule R746-405. Filing of Tariffs for Gas, Electric, Telephone, and Water Utilities

5. Notices of Five-Year Extensions

  • Health
    • Disease Control and Prevention, Health Promotion
      • No. 42569 (Five-Year Extension): Rule R384-201. School-Based Vision Screening for Students in Public Schools

6. Notices of Rule Effective Dates

Additional Information

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