Direct Links to Administrative Rules

Brody Mangum Uncategorized

We’re excited to share that direct links are now available for administrative rules through the eRules website. These links are traditional hyperlinks that can be used anywhere other hyperlinks can, including your websites, social media platforms, emails, and elsewhere. To get the direct link to an administrative rule, visit the eRules website and search for the rule you’re wanting to …

Multifactor authentication for public UtahID accounts

Mike Broschinsky Uncategorized

Multifactor authentication will be required on all public UtahID accounts beginning 08/15/2022. For those of you in the utah.gov domain, this will not affect you: you already go through a multifactor authentication process. This will affect state and quasi-state agencies that don’t fall in the utah.gov domain, for example Education, Higher Education, Utah Housing, etc. More information here: https://dts.utah.gov/news/multi-factor-authentication-on-public-utahid-accounts

This Week at Rules – December 9, 2020

Brody Mangum This Week at Rules, Uncategorized

Hello rule readers, Today, we’re going over our Front Page Focus and talking about a new notice on our Administrative Code page. Front Page Focus We’re taking a look at R315, Environmental Quality, Waste Management and Radiation Control, Waste Management. This contains all rules under R315 and discusses all facets of state waste management, including recycling and composting, automotive and …

This Week at Rules – November 25, 2020

Brody Mangum Uncategorized

Hello rule readers! This week at rules we’re exploring a rule on licensing for engineering occupations and looking at a few updates and reminders. Front Page Focus This week, we’re looking at R156-22, Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors Licensing Act Rule. R156-22 covers the education, experience, and examination licensure requirements for professional engineers, professional structural engineers, and professional land …

This Week at Rules – November 18, 2020

Brody Mangum Uncategorized

Hello rule readers! This week at rules we look at winter weather tire requirements and review our last few posts. Front Page Focus R920-6, Traction Device/Tire Chain Requirements has quickly risen to the top of the most visited rules! R920-6 discusses the requirements of traction devices (including tire chains) used on vehicles during winter weather. Now is a great time …

This Week at Rules – September 16, 2020

Brody Mangum Uncategorized

Hello rule readers! This week at rules we’re exploring resources available to the public. Front Page Focus The Front Page Focus continues to look at Title R156, Commerce, Occupational and Professional Licensing, which covers licensing requirements, qualifications, and renewal information for a variety of occupations. Our Focus also has a link to the Codification Segue and the topic of our …

About R68-32: Sale and Transfer of Industrial Hemp Waste to Medical Cannabis Cultivators

Brody Mangum Uncategorized

Update, 6 April 2020: The rule text has been successfully changed. You can access R68-32’s full text (as well as the rest of our Emergency and other rules) here: Administrative Rules Search: Emergency Rules. The temporary link to the rule text has since been removed. Thanks for your patience!   Original Text: Hi Rule Readers, We’ve found an issue with …

Keep Up-To-Date on COVID-19 Rules

Brody Mangum Uncategorized

Update, 24 April 2020: Added R305-7. 21 April 2020: Added R986-700 and R21-3. 12 April 2020: Added R612-300. 10 April 2020: Added R357-30 and R600-4. In times like these, it’s important to stay safe, connected, and informed. As part of a state-wide initiative to keep everyone up-to-date about all things COVID-19, we’ve compiled a list of rule filings that are …