Regulations of Division: Standards and procedures.
1.Not later than 60 days after June 28, 1989, the Division shall adopt regulations establishing standards and procedures for the licensure of each occupation which are at least as stringent as those contained in the Model Contractor Accreditation Plan for States set out in Appendix C of Subpart E of Part 763 of Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations, as it existed on January 1, 1989. The regulations must include standards for:
(a)Courses which provide initial training;
(b)Courses which provide a review of the initial training;
(e)Renewal of licensure; and
(f)Revocation of licensure.
2.After consultation with the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Department of Health and Human Services, the Division of Environmental Protection of the State Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and the county air pollution control agencies designated pursuant to NRS 445B.500, the Division shall adopt standards for:
(a)Projects for the control of asbestos;
(b)Specifying the amount of asbestos within a material which must be present to qualify the material as a “material containing asbestos” for the purposes of NRS 618.750 to 618.850, inclusive;
(c)Laboratories which analyze building materials for the presence of asbestos;
(d)Laboratories which collect or analyze air samples for those projects; and
(e)The assessment of the exposure of occupants of a building at the completion of a project for the control of asbestos.
3.The Division shall by regulation adopt a standard for the assessment of the exposure of the occupants of a building to airborne asbestos. The standard:
(a)Must be set according to a time-weighted average concentration of asbestos fibers in the air, measured under normal occupancy conditions; and
(b)Must be at least as stringent as the corresponding federal standard, if one has been adopted.
4.The standard adopted pursuant to subsection 3 may be used:
(a)To assess the need to respond to the presence of asbestos in a building; or
(b)To determine which buildings or structures are most in need of such response.
Section 618.765 — Regulations of Division: Standards and procedures.,