(a) make rules in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking
Act, that are necessary to implement this part;
(b)(i) hold a hearing that is not an adjudicative proceeding; or
(ii) appoint a hearing officer to conduct a hearing that is not an adjudicative proceeding;
(c) accept, receive, and administer grants or other money or gifts from public and
private agencies, including the federal government, for the purpose of carrying out
any function of this chapter;
(d) order the director to impound radioactive material in accordance with Section 19-3-111; or
(e) advise, consult, cooperate with, or provide technical assistance to another agency
of the state or federal government, another state, an interstate agency, an affected
group, an affected political subdivision, an affected industry, or other person in
carrying out the purposes of this part.
(2) The board shall:
(a) promote the planning and application of pollution prevention and radioactive waste
minimization measures to prevent the unnecessary waste and depletion of natural resources;
(b) to ensure compliance with applicable statutes and rules:
(i) review a settlement negotiated by the director in accordance with Subsection 19-3-108.1(2)(c) that requires a civil penalty equal to or greater than $25,000; and
(ii) approve or disapprove the settlement described in Subsection (2)(b)(i); and
(c) review the qualifications of, and issue certificates of approval to, individuals
(i) survey mammography equipment; or
(ii) oversee quality assurance practices at mammography facilities.
(3) The board may not issue, amend, renew, modify, revoke, or terminate any of the
following that are subject to the authority granted to the director under Section 19-3-108.1:
(a) a permit;
(b) a license;
(c) a registration;
(d) a certification; or
(e) another administrative authorization made by the director.
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