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Iowa Code Title IV. Public Health [Chs. 123-158] § 136C.13. Emergencies

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If the department finds that an emergency exists involving radioactive material or radiation machines that requires immediate action to protect the public health and safety, the department may, without notice or hearing, issue an order stating that an emergency exists and requiring that action be taken as necessary to meet the emergency. An emergency order shall be effective immediately. A person to whom the order is directed shall comply with the order immediately, but on application to the department shall be afforded a hearing within ten days of the date application is made. The emergency order may be continued, modified, or revoked within thirty days after the hearing, based on the evidence presented at the hearing.

Cite this article: - Iowa Code Title IV. Public Health [Chs. 123-158] § 136C.13. Emergencies - last updated January 01, 2020 |

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