Title: Section 67-4.6 - Reporting

Effective Date

01/26/2018

Section 67-4.6 Reporting.  

(a) As soon as practicable but no later than November 11, 2016, the school shall report to the Department, local health department, and State Education Department, through the Department’s designated statewide electronic reporting system: 

(1) completion of all required first-draw sampling;  

(2) for any outlets that were tested prior to the effective date of this regulation, and for which the school wishes to assert that such testing was in substantial compliance with this Subpart, an attestation that: 

(i) the school conducted testing that substantially complied with the testing requirements of this Subpart, consistent with guidance issued by the Department;  

(ii) any needed remediation, including re-testing, has been performed;  

(iii) the lead level in the potable water of the applicable building(s) is currently below the action level; and  

(iv) the school has submitted a waiver request to the local health department, in accordance with Section 67-4.8 of this Subpart; and 

(3) a list of all buildings that are determined to be lead-free, as defined in section 1417 of the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act. 

(b) As soon as practicable, but no more than 10 business days after the school received the laboratory reports, the school shall report data relating to test results to the Department, local health department, and State Education Department, through the Department’s designated statewide electronic reporting system. 

Statutory Authority

Public Health Law, Sections 1370-a and 1110

Volume

VOLUME A-1a (Title 10)

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