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As required by La.R.S. 49:974, the agencies within the Department of Public Safety and Corrections, Public Safety Services, including the Office of State Police, the Office of Motor Vehicles, the Office of State Fire Marshal, the Liquefied Petroleum Gas Commission, the Manufactured Housing Commission, the Uniform Construction Code Council as well as other agencies and boards under Public Safety Services, are publishing the rulemaking documents required by the above cited law on the Department’s webpage. However, the official office and the official website for rules published in the Louisiana Administrative Code and the Louisiana Register remains the Office of State Register and the Office of State Register’s webpage on the Division of Administrative website. http://www.doa.louisiana.gov/osr/osr.htm If you need certifiable copies of the rules, you should direct your inquiry to the Office of State Register, P.O. Box 94095, Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9095; (225) 342-5015. In the event of a conflict between a rule document found on this webpage, and a rule document on file with the Office of State Register, or located on the Office of State Register website, the rule document on file with the Office of State Register, or located on the Office of State Register website shall prevail.



LPG



* 03.21.2017   Melinda L. Long submitted this summary (oversight) report to the House Judiciary and Senate Judiciary B Committee regarding the current proposed rule on broker permits.
     LPGC Summary Report 3-21-17
* 02.17.2017   Melinda L. Long assisted LP Gas Commission in promulgating an emergency rule to create a broker permit.
     LP Gas Broker Permit ER
* 02.15.2017   Melinda L. Long assisted LP Gas Commission in promulgating a notice of intent to create a broker permit.
     LP Gas Broker Permit
* 07.16.2016   Melinda Long assisted the Liquefied Petroleum Gas Commission in initiating the rule making process by promulgating a notice of intent which addresses the general requirements of permit holders to include a change in permit fees.
     LP Gas
* 03.20.2016   03.20.16
Melinda Long assisted the Liquefied Petroleum Gas Commission in initiating the rule making process by promulgating the Notice of Intent which addresses the following matters: (1) proof of insurance, (2) permit fees, (3)the Certified Employee Training Program, (4) display of the permit issued by the LPG Commission, (5) lists of acceptable manufacturers of LPG containers, (6) LPG Commission inspections, (7) submission of reports online, and (8) prohibition of sale, indoor storage and use of hydrocarbon refrigerants containing liquefied petroleum gas.

     LP Gas NOI
* 02.02.2016   Pursuant to La. R.S. 49:968(D)(1)(b), the LP Gas Commission submitted the attached legislative summary report on February 2, 2016 to the House Judiciary Committee and the Senate Judiciary B Committee. Notwithstanding a request for a legislative oversight hearing, the Commission will proceed with finalizing the rule next month, March 2016. Inquiries, contact Melinda Long @ 225-925-6103
     Oversight Report on NOI Published on 12/20/2015
* 12.10.2015   Melinda Long assisted the Liquified Petroleum Gas Commission in initiating the rule making process by promulgating a notice of intent which addresses the following matters: (1) proof of insurance, (2) permit fees, (3)the Certified Employee Training Program, (4) display of the the permit issued by the LPG Commission, (5) lists of acceptable manufacturers of LPG containers, (6) LPG Commission inspections, (7) submission of reports online, and (8) prohibition of sale, indoor storage and use of hydrocarbon refrigerants containing liquefied petroleum gas.
     LPGC Notice of Intent for 12.10.15


LUCCC



* 03.29.2017   Summary (oversight) report submitted by Melinda Long to the House & Senate oversight committees on behalf of the LSUCCC.
     LSUCCC summary report
* 02.15.2017   Melinda L. Long assisted the Louisiana State Uniform Construction Code Council in the publishing of a potpourri notice in the February edition of Louisiana Register to announce a public hearing on their behalf.
     LSUCCC Public Hearing
* 02.15.2017   Melinda Long assisted the Louisiana State Uniform Construction Code Council in updating the Uniform Construction Code by submitting the proposed Notice of Intent to the Louisiana Register which was published January 2017.
     Updates to current codes
* 07.20.2016   Melinda L. Long assisted the Louisiana State Uniform Construction Code Council in giving notice of a public hearing to address substantive changes to the proposed State Plumbing Code.
     Plumbing Code Public Hearing Notice
* 05.10.2016   Melinda L. Long assisted the Louisiana State Uniform Construction Code Council in the adoption of the State Plumbing Code as an Emergency Rule.
     Plumbing Emergency Rule
* 05.10.2016   05.10.16
Melinda L. Long assisted the Louisiana State Uniform Construction Code Council in the adoption of the State Plumbing Code as an Notice of Intent.
     Plumbing Code Notice of Intent
* 12.10.2015   Melinda Long assisted the Louisiana State Uniform Construction Code Council in the adoption of the State Plumbing Code as an emergency rule.
     Louisiana State Plumbing Code Emergency Rule
* 08.10.2015   August 2015 Notice of Intent for rules proposed to amend the solar provisions in currently adopted construction codes. Also proposes changes to reformat the codification of LAC 55:VI.Chapter 3.
     LSUCCC Solar Module Rule
* 07.20.2015   Adopted and effective July 20, 2015. Emergency rule to amend the solar provisions in currently adopted construction codes. Also proposes changes to reformat the codification of LAC 55:VI.Chapter 3.
     LSUCCC Solar Module Emergency Rule
* 12.22.2014   Promulgation of LUCCC rule.
     LUCCC Insertion Order
* 09.10.2014   Amendments to the State Uniform Construction Code
     LA UCCC - Notice of Intent Updates 9-8-14.pdf


OMV



* 06.19.2017   Notice of Intent for Driving School Rules May 2017
LAC 55:III.143-159
     Driving Schools NOI May 2017
* 04.10.2017   Louisiana Revised Statute 32:411(F)(3)(d) provides that rules shall be promulgated as are necessary to implement a digitized driver’s license and that no digitized driver’s license shall be valid until such rules are adopted. Additionally, La. R.S. 32: 32:411(F)(3)(f) provides that the fee to install the application to display a digitized driver’s license shall not exceed six dollars.

The proposed rule provides for the process by which a person will obtain a digitized driver’s license and sets the fee to install the application to display a digitized driver’s license on a mobile device. The proposed rule also provides that the licensee is responsible for the successful operation of the application displaying the digitized driver’s license. The proposed rule is entirely new and no existing rule or fee is proposed to be amended. The anticipated effective date of this proposed rule is upon adoption.

Interested persons may submit written comments or requests fo
     OMV - Notice of Intent Proposed LAC 55-III-161 4-7-17 (3)
* 12.10.2015   Stephen Quidd assisted OMV in the adoption of permanent rules on reporting of initiation and termination of insurance coverage by insurance companies, and on the implemenation of real time verification of insurance called the Louisiana Insurance Verification System (LAIVS).
     Compulsory Insurance
* 12.10.2015   In connection with Stephen Quidd assisting OMV in the adoption of permanent rules on reporting of initiation and termination of insurance coverage by insurance companies, and on the implemenation of real time verification of insurance called the Louisiana Insurance Verification System (LAIVS), attached is the oversight documentation submitted to the OSR with the permanent rule.
     Oversight Documents
* 12.10.2015   Final Rule Submission for Driving Schools - Surety Bond decrease from $40,000 to $20,000, effective December 20, 2015
     Final Rule Surety Bond
* 11.18.2015   Stephen Quidd submitted the oversight report to the House and Seante oversight committees on the amendments to Chapter 17, Subchapter B and C on Insurance
     Insurance Rules Chap 17B Oversight Report
* 09.10.2015   Stephen Quidd assists OMV in promulgating a notice of intent to amend Chapter 17 of OMV's rules on compulsory insurance to adopt the current standards for reporting the initiation and termination of auto liability coverage and to implement the real time insurance verification system.
     NOI for LAC 55 Part 3 Chap 17 Subchaps B & C
* 08.20.2015   OMV adopts an emergency rule to aide in the Enforcement of Louisiana's Compulsory Insruance Law for Motor Vehicles. This emergency rule adopts the current standards for insurance companies to report initiation and termination of coverage, and establishes the criteria to be used in the real time insurance verification system by law enforcment officers.
     Compulsory Insurance Enforcement
* 12.30.2014   October 2014 Notice of Intent for Background Check/Supervision Requirement for Driving School Providers
     October 2014 Notice of Intent Background Check/Supervision for Driving School Providers
* 12.30.2014   Submission of Oversight Report for Supervision/Background Checks for Driving School Providers
     December 2014 Oversight Report for Supervision/Background Check for Driving School Providers
* 12.22.2014   Rules for water damaged vehicles which do not meet the threshold amount to be declared salvage under RS 32:707
     Water Damaged Motor Vehicles


SFM



* 02.17.2017   Melina Long assisted Felicia Cooper with the Office of the State Fire Marshal in promulgating a rule that will establish minimum standards set forth in Part V, Fire Protection. The attached Notice of Intent will be published in the Louisiana Register on February 20,2017.
     OSFM minimum standards rule
* 02.20.2016   Office of State Fire Marshal File Rule. Inquiries, contact Melinda Long at OLA, (225) 925-6103.
     OSFM Detention Center Rule