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Any person who operates an amusement ride or structure without complying with the requirements of this chapter is guilty of a gross misdemeanor.
(1) In addition to all other powers and duties conferred and imposed upon the state board of health by this part 1, the board has the following specific powers and duties:
(a) To determine general policies to be followed by the division of administration in administering and enforcing the public health laws and the orders, standards, rules, and regulations of the board;
(b) To act in an advisory capacity to the executive director of the department on all matters pertaining to public health;
(c)(I) To issue from time to time such orders, to adopt such rules and regulations, and to establish such standards as the board may deem necessary or proper to carry out the provisions and purposes of this part 1 and to administer and enforce the public health laws of this state;
(II) To adopt rules and standards concerning building regulations for skilled and intermediate health-care facilities. The enforcement of these rules may be waived by the board for periods of time as recommended by the department if the rigid application of the rules would result in demonstrated financial hardship to a skilled or intermediate facility, but only if the waiver will not adversely affect the health and safety of patients.
(III) Repealed by Laws 2019, Ch. 10 (H.B. 19-1060), § 2, eff. Aug. 2, 2019.
(IV) Repealed by Laws 2019, Ch. 10 (H.B. 19-1060), § 2, eff. Aug 2, 2019.
(V) Repealed by Laws 2006, Ch. 247, § 1, eff. July 1, 2006.
(VI) To adopt rules and to establish such standards as the board may deem necessary or proper to assure that hospitals; other acute care facilities; county, district, and municipal public health agencies; and trauma centers are prepared for an emergency epidemic, as defined in section 24-33.5-703(4), that is declared to be a disaster emergency, including the immediate investigation of any case of a suspected emergency epidemic;
(d) To hold hearings, administer oaths, subpoena witnesses, and take testimony in all matters relating to the exercise and performance of the powers and duties vested in or imposed upon the board. The board may designate an administrative law judge appointed pursuant to part 10 of article 30 of title 24, C.R.S., to conduct hearings for the board, pursuant to section 24-4-105, C.R.S., and to carry out such administrative and other duties of the board as the board may require in the conduct of its hearings.
(e) To establish and appoint, as the board may deem necessary or advisable, special advisory committees to advise and confer with the board concerning the public health aspects of any business, profession, or industry within the state of Colorado. Any committee established and appointed under the provisions of this section shall act only in an advisory capacity to the board and shall meet with the board at least once each year at such regular meeting of the board as may be designated by the board and at such other times as such committee may be called into meeting by the president of the board. Members of any special advisory committee shall serve without compensation but may, in the discretion of the board, be allowed actual and necessary traveling and subsistence expenses when in attendance at meetings away from their places of residence.
(f) Repealed by Laws 2019, Ch. 15 (S.B. 19-082), § 2, eff. Aug. 2, 2019.
(g) Repealed by Laws 1996, H.B.96-1197, § 1, eff. June 1, 1996
(h) Repealed by Laws 2019, Ch. 63 (H.B. 19-1068), § 2, eff. Aug. 2, 2019.
(2) The board shall act only by resolution adopted at a duly called meeting of the board, and no individual member of the board shall exercise individually any administrative authority with respect to the department.
(3) In the exercise of its powers, the department shall not promulgate any rule or standard that limits or interferes with the ability of an individual to enter into a contract with a private pay facility concerning the programs or services provided at the private pay facility. For the purposes of this subsection (3), “private pay facility” means a skilled nursing facility or intermediate care facility subject to the requirements of section 25-1-120 or an assisted living residence licensed pursuant to section 25-27-105 that is not publicly funded or is not certified to provide services that are reimbursed from state or federal assistance funds.
(4) Repealed by Laws 2000, Ch. 149, § 23, eff. Nov. 30, 2000.
(5) Repealed by Laws 2008, Ch. 188, § 1, eff. Aug. 5, 2008.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Washington Revised Code Title 67. Sports and Recreation--Convention Facilities § 67.42.070. Penalty - last updated April 06, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wa/title-67-sports-and-recreationconvention-facilities/wa-rev-code-67-42-070/
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