Abatement of Hazards

Approved Regulations

  • Title 8, California Code of Regulations
    Sections 333 and 336
Notice of proposed emergency regulations: Jan. 16, 2015
Filed with Office of Administrative Law: Feb. 2, 2015
Notice of approval by the Office of Administrative Law: Feb. 12, 2015
Notice of proposed extension of emergency regulations: July 23, 2015
Notice of Certificate of Compliance (regular rulemaking): Aug. 21, 2015
Public hearing for regular rulemaking: Oct. 9, 2015
Notice of second proposed extension of emergency regulations: Oct. 20, 2015
OAL approval of regular rulemaking: March 14, 2016
Filed with Secretary of State: March 14, 2016

Rulemaking Documents

Time and Place of Public Hearing

A public hearing has been scheduled to permit all interested persons the opportunity to present statements or arguments, orally or in writing, with respect to the Proposed Regulations, as follows:

Date October 9, 2015
Time 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 pm or conclusion of business
Location Elihu Harris State Office Building
1515 Clay St, Room 1304
Oakland, CA


Any interested person, or his or her authorized representative, may submit written comments relevant to the Proposed Regulations. Written comments, regardless of the method of transmittal, must be received by the Division representatives named below by 5:00 p.m. on October 9, 2015, which is hereby designated as the close of the written comment period. Comments received after this date will not be considered timely. Persons wishing to use the California Relay Service may do so at no cost by dialing 711.

Written comments may be submitted to the Division by any of the following means:

  1. Chris Grossgart, IRC IV
    DOSH Legal Unit
    1515 Clay St, Ste 1901
    Oakland, CA 94612
  2. By fax transmission addressed to Chris Grossgart at (510) 286-7039; or
  3. By email to: cgrossgart@dir.ca.gov. It is strongly urged that email transmission of comments, particularly those with attachments, contain the regulation identifier "Abatement Credit Comment" in the "subject" line to facilitate timely identification and review of the comment.

All comments, including email or fax transmissions, should include the commenter's name and U.S. Postal Service mailing address in order for the Division to provide the commenter with notice of any proposed changes to the regulation text on which additional comments may be solicited.

July 2016