DTSC Emergency Regulations
DTSC adopts emergency regulations when it determines, and the Office of Administrative Law concurs, that there is an immediate need for a regulation to protect the public health and safety or the general welfare. Typically, emergency regulations stay in effect for 180 days, during which DTSC conducts its rulemaking process to permanently adopt the regulations.
- No emergency regulations at this time.
State and Federal Laws Links
- DTSC Laws
- Official California Legislative Information
- DTSC Legislative Summaries
- CA Code Excerpts / Health and Safety Codes
- Official CCR, Title 22, Division 4.5
- Governor's Reorganization Plan 1 of 1991 (uncodified)
- Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
- U.S. EPA List of Major Environmental Laws
- Electronic Code of Federal Regulations