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Pursuant to the Radiation Control Law, Chapter 7.6, of Division 20 (commencing at Section 28500), of the Health and Safety Code, an agreement has been made between the State Department of Public Health and the Division of Industrial Safety concerning the regulation and control of sources of radiation. In accordance with that agreement, the Division adopts as its Safety Orders the regulations of the Department of Public Health, contained in Groups 1, 2, 3, and 4, of Title 17, Chapter 5, Subchapter 4 (commencing at Section 30100) of the California Administrative Code, except sections pertaining to the establishment of fees, together with future revisions thereof, when made in accordance with the following procedure and the Administrative Procedure Act:
(a) Amendment or repeal of any portion of these regulations of the Department of Public Health, other than emergency actions, will be accomplished only after consultation with the Division of Industrial Safety, and shall become effective only after approval by the Industrial Safety Board.
(b) Conversely, the Division of Industrial Safety may amend portions of the regulations dealing with Industrial uses of radiation only after consultation with the Department of Public Health, and such amendments shall become effective only after approval by the Board of Public Health.
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