Chapter 901:11-1 Ohio Grade A Milk Rules

901:11-1-01 Definitions.

As used in Chapters 901:3 and 901:11 of the Administrative Code and the materials incorporated under rule 901:11-1-02 of the Administrative Code:

(A) "Director" means the director of agriculture or an official, employee, or contractor of the department of agriculture designated by the director of agriculture.

(B) "Drug" means:

(1) Articles recognized in the official "United States Pharmacopoeia," "Official Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States," or "Official National Formulary," or any supplement to any of them; and,

(2) Articles intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease in man or other animals; and,

(3) Articles (other than food) intended to affect the structure or any function of the body of man or other animals; and,

(4) Articles intended for use as a component of any articles specified in paragraph (C)(1), (C)(2), or (C)(3) of this rule, but does not include devices or their components, parts, or accessories.

(C) "Hermetically sealed container" means a container that is designed and intended to be secure against the entry of microorganisms, thereby maintaining the commercial sterility of its contents after processing.

(D) "PMO" means the 2011 revision of the "Grade "A" Pasteurized Milk Ordinance" and its appendices, , United States department of health and human services, public health service/food and drug administration.

(E) "Sterilized", when used in reference to piping, equipment and containers used for milk and milk products, means rendering the piping, equipment, and containers free of viable microorganisms by application of heat, a chemical sterilant or other appropriate treatments.

Effective: 07/23/2012
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/08/2012 and 07/23/2017
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 917.02
Rule Amplifies: 917.01
Prior Effective Dates: 12/1/95, 04/26/05, 1/22/2009, 5/15/07, 4/19/2010

901:11-1-02 Materials incorporated by reference.

(A) Sections 1 to 14 and appendices C to R of the PMO, except as deleted or amended in this chapter, are adopted as rules of the department of agriculture, state of Ohio, and incorporated into this chapter by reference.

(B) Whenever used in the materials incorporated into this chapter under paragraph (A) of this rule:

(1) "Appendix B" shall be read as "rules 901:3-16-01 to 901:3-16-13 of the Administrative Code";

(2) Ellipsis shall refer to the "State of Ohio";

(3) "Ordinance" shall be read as "rule";

(4) "Regulatory agency" shall be read as "department of agriculture, State of Ohio";

(5) "Section 3" shall be read as "rule 901:11-1-04 of the Administrative Code."; and,

(6) "Permit" or "permits", when used as a noun, shall be read as "license" or "licenses".

(C) Imbedded references in PMO.

(1) Federal government publications:

(a) Bacteriological analytical manual (BAM), 8th edition, revision A, 1998, online edition, department of health and human services, U.S. food and drug administration, center for food safety and applied nutrition;

(b) Evaluation of milk laboratories (EML) 2011 revision, U.S. department of health and human services, public health services, food and drug administration;

(c) Methods of making sanitation ratings of milk supplies (MMSR) 2011 revision, U.S. department of health and human services, public health services, food and drug administration;

(d) Bovine tuberculosis eradication, uniform methods and rules, effective January 1, 2005 U.S. department of agriculture, animal and plant health inspection services, APHIS 91-45-011;

(e) Brucellosis eradication: Uniform methods and rules, effective October 1, 2003, U.S. department of agriculture, animal and plant health inspection service, APHIS 91-45-013;

(f) M-a-85, revision number 13, beta lactam test methods for use under Appendix N and section 6 of the PMO, January 4, 2010, U.S. department of health and human services, public health services, food and drug administration, center for food safety and applied nutrition;

(g) M-I-96-10, revision number 7, drug residue test methods for confirmation of presumptive positive results and initial producer traceback, January 4, 2010, U.S. department of health and human services, public health services, food and drug administration, center for food and safety and applied nutrition; and,

(h) M-I-06-5, current information addressing item 15r - drug chemical control of the grade "A" PMO, April 19, 2006, U.S. department of health and human services, public health services, food and drug administration, center for food safety and applied nutrition.

(2) Private and professional standards:

(a) Standard methods for the examination of dairy products (SMEDP), 17th edition 2004, edited by H. Michael Wehr, PhD and Joseph F. Frank, PhD, American public health association, 800 I Street, NW, Washington, DC 2001; and,

(b) Official methods of analysis of the AOAC international (OMA) 18th edition, Dr. William Horwitz, editor, published by "AOAC International, 481 North Frederick Ave., Suite 500, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20877-2417 USA."

(3) Federal regulations:

(a) Title 21 (CFR) revised April 1, 2009, published by the national archives and records administration , office of the federal register and the government printing office; and,

(b) 21 United States Code, Chapter 9, Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act (FFD&CA)(2006).

Effective: 07/23/2012
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/08/2012 and 07/23/2017
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 917.02
Rule Amplifies: 917.04 , 917.05 , 917.18 , 917.19 , 917.23
Prior Effective Dates: 12/1/95, 04/26/05, 5/15/07, 1/22/2009, 4/19/2010

901:11-1-03 Materials deleted from the PMO.

(A) The following components of the PMO are deleted:

(1) In Section 1. Definitions, paragraph LL, "Regulatory Agency," is deleted in its entirety;

(2) In Section 2. "Adulterated or Misbranded Milk or Milk Products," "Administrative Procedures" is deleted in its entirety;

(3) In Section 5. "Inspection of Dairy Farms and Milk Plants," "Certified Industry Inspection" is deleted in its entirety;

(4) In Section 7. "Standards for Grade "A" Milk and Milk Products," the "Public Health Reasons" contained in items 1r. to 19r. and items 1p. to 22p. are deleted in their entirety;

(5) In Section 8. "Animal Health," "Public Health Reason" is deleted in its entirety;

(6) Appendix B, "Milk Sampling, Hauling and Transportation," is deleted in its entirety except for section II, "Requirements for Using an Approved In-Line Sampler" and section III, "Requirements for Using an Approved Aseptic Sampler for Milk Tank Trucks"; and,

(7) In Appendix N. "Drug residue Testing and Farm Surveillance," the second and third sentences under "Enforcement: Penalties" are deleted.

(B) Section 3. Permits is deleted in its entirety:

(C) The following appendices of the PMO are deleted in their entirety:

(1) Appendix E;

(2) Appendix M; and,

(3) Appendix P.

Effective: 07/23/2012
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/08/2012 and 07/23/2017
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 917.02
Rule Amplifies: 917.04 , 917.05 , 917.18 , 917.19 , 917.23
Prior Effective Dates: 12/1/95, 04/26/05, 5/15/07, 1/22/2009, 4/19/2010

901:11-1-04 License; registration; license or registration fees; milk inspection fees.

(A) No person located in Ohio shall act as or hold the person's self out as a producer; processor; milk dealer; or raw milk retailer; unless the person holds a valid license or registration issued by the director under section 917.09 of the Revised Code and this rule.

(B) A person whose religion prohibits the person from obtaining a license under this rule, in place of a license, shall register with the director as a producer; processor; milk dealer; raw milk retailer; milk hauler; or weigher, sampler, or tester. The registrant shall submit a religious exemption certificate with the application for each desired registration type. A registrant is subject to all provisions governing licensees such as provisions concerning testing, sampling and inspection of dairy products. A registrant is subject to provisions governing issuance of a temporary weigher, sampler, or tester license. A registration shall be suspended, revoked and canceled under the same terms as a license.

(C) The director shall issue a license or registration for each application upon a determination that the applicant is in compliance with sections 917.01 to 917.23 of the Revised Code and rules adopted thereunder of the Administrative Code.

(D) The director has determined the following categories for each license or registration type to be as follows:

(1) Producer

(a) Grade A bulk milk producer (milking cows)

(b) Grade A can milk producer (milking cows)

(c) Grade A bulk milk producer (milking goats)

(d) Grade A can milk producer (milking goats)

(e) Grade A bulk milk producer (milking sheep)

(f) Grade A can milk producer (milking sheep)

(g) Manufacture bulk milk producer (milking cows)

(h) Manufacture can milk producer (milking cows)

(i) Manufacture bulk milk producer (milking goats)

(j) Manufacture can milk producer (milking goats)

(k) Manufacture bulk milk producer (milking sheep)

(l) Manufacture can milk producer (milking sheep)

(2) Processor

(a) Grade A fluid milk processor

(b) Grade A cultured milk processor

(c) Grade A milk receiving station

(d) Grade A milk transfer station

(e) Grade A condensed milk products processor

(f) Grade A dry milk products processor

(g) Manufacture milk receiving station

(h) Manufacture milk transfer station

(i) Butter manufacturer

(j) Frozen desserts manufacturer

(k) Natural cheese manufacturer

(l) Processed cheese manufacturer

(m) Cottage cheese manufacturer

(n) Condensed milk products manufacturer

(o) Dry milk products manufacturer

(p) Dairy product blender

(q) Nonstandardized dairy product manufacturer

(r) Milk transport cleaning facility

(3) Milk dealer

(4) Raw milk retailer

(E) An application shall be submitted for each license type as follows: milk producer; milk processor; milk dealer; and raw milk retailer. A license fee of fifteen dollars shall accompany each license or registration application. After the initial issuance of a license or registration, an application and license fee as set forth in this paragraph shall be submitted when an additional category within the license type is desired. A license or registration shall remain valid unless suspended, revoked or canceled.

(F) An application for a milk dealer license or registration shall be accompanied by evidence of financial responsibility. Upon filing thereof and payment of the prescribed license fee, the director shall issue to the applicant a license or registration.

(G) Licenses or registrations are not transferable with respect to persons or locations.

(H) Licenses or registrations may be canceled by the director if the licensee or registrant:

(1) Makes such a request of the director;

(2) Transfers the licensed or registered activity to another location;

(3) Transfers the licensed or registered activity to another person;

(4) Does not perform the licensed category activity or registered category activity for six months; or,

(5) Expired.

Cancellation of license, registration or category thereunder shall be at no cost to the licensee or registrant.

(I) Milk producers, and milk processors located in Ohio shall pay the milk inspection fees prescribed by the milk sanitation board in accordance with section 917.031 of the Revised Code, in addition to the license or registration fee prescribed by section 917.09 of the Revised Code and this rule. Inspection fees shall be paid to the treasurer, state of Ohio, within fifteen days after the receipt of the invoice. Failure to pay inspection fees shall be cause for license or registration revocation.

(J) Any license or registration issued under this rule may be denied, suspended, or revoked by the director for violation of sections 917.01 to 917.23 of the Revised Code or rules adopted thereunder of the Administrative Code. Except as provided by section 917.22 of the Revised Code and by this rule, the denial, suspension, or revocation of a license or registration is not effective until notice in writing of the violation has been delivered to the licensee or registrant and a reasonable opportunity for the correction of the violation has been given and a hearing afforded before the director. Upon determination by the director that a dairy product exceeds bacterial or chemical standards established by Chapter 917. of the Revised Code or rules of the Administrative Code adopted thereunder, that a dairy product is adulterated as described in section 3715.59 of the Revised Code, or that an emergency exists that presents a clear and present danger to the public health, the director, in addition to taking any other appropriate legal actions, may order a denial, suspension, or revocation of any license or registration, effective immediately without a hearing, provided that thereafter an opportunity for a hearing shall be afforded without delay.

(K) All proceedings under sections 917.01 to 917.23 of the Revised Code and this chapter are subject to Chapter 119. and section 917.22 of the Revised Code.

(L) When the director determines that a grade A milk producer sold or offered for sale raw milk containing drug residues in excess of levels specified, the grade A milk producer license shall be:

(1) Immediately suspended for a minimum of two days on the first occurrence in a twelve month period;

(2) Immediately suspended for a minimum of four days on the second occurrence in a twelve month period; and,

(3) Immediately suspended for a minimum of four days on the third and subsequent occurrences in a twelve month period, and the director shall initiate administrative procedures to revoke the grade A milk producer license.

(4) Whenever a grade A milk producer license is suspended or revoked for drug residues found in raw milk, in no event shall that grade A milk producer license be reinstated by the director until:

(a) A sample taken from the grade A milk producer's milk is no longer positive for drug residues;

(b) The grade A milk producer has on display in the milkhouse a validation form signed by the grade A milk producer and a licensed veterinarian stating that the "Milk and Dairy Beef Residue Prevention" manual has been reviewed and a valid "Veterinarian Client/Patient Relationship" (VCPR) exists; and,

(c) A copy of the validation form, signed by both the producer and a licensed veterinarian, shall be provided to the director.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/08/2012 and 05/08/2017
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 917.02
Rule Amplifies: 917.09
Prior Effective Dates: 12/1/95, 04/26/05, 5/15/2007, 10/02/2011

901:11-1-05 Amendments to the PMO.

(A) Section 5. "Inspection of Dairy Farms and Milk Plants" is amended as follows:

(1) The phrase: "...the Regulatory Agency shall..." wherever used in the section is amended to read: "...the Regulatory Agency may..."; and,

(2) Delete the existing language in part and insert: "Should the violation of any requirement set forth in Section 7, or in the case of a bulk milk hauler/sampler, industry plant sampler or milk tank truck also Section 6 and rules 901:11-4-01 to 901:11-4-13 of the Administrative Code, be found to exist on an inspection/audit, a second inspection/audit may be required after the time deemed necessary to remedy the violation, but not before three (3) days. This second inspection/audit shall be used to determine compliance with the requirements of Section 7 or in the case of a bulk milk hauler/sampler, industry plant sampler or milk tank truck also Section 6 and rules 901:11-4-01 to 901:11-4-13 of the Administrative Code. Any violation of the same requirement of Section 7, or in the case of a bulk milk hauler/sampler or milk tank truck also Section 6 and rules 901:11-4-01 to 901:11-4-13 of the Administrative Code, on such second inspection/audit, shall call for license suspension in accordance with Section 3 and/or court action or in the case of an industry plant sampler, shall cease the collection of official regulatory samples until successfully re-trained and re-evaluated by the Regulatory Agency. Provided, that when the Regulatory Agency finds that a critical processing element violation involving:"

(B) Section 6. The "Examination of Milk and Milk Products" is amended as follows:

(1) Delete the existing language in numbered paragraph "2" and insert: "2. During any consecutive six (6) months, at least four (4) samples of raw milk for pasteurization, ultra-pasteurization or aseptic processing, may be collected in at least four (4) separate months, except when three (3) months show a month containing two (2) sampling dates separated by at least twenty (20) days. These samples may be obtained by the Regulatory Agency, from each milk plant after receipt of the milk by the milk plant and prior to pasteurization, ultra-pasteurization or aseptic processing."

(2) Delete the existing language in numbered paragraph "3" and insert: "3. During any consecutive six (6) months, at least four (4) samples of heat-treated milk products, from milk plants offering such products for sale, may be collected by the Regulatory Agency in at least four (4) separate months, except when three (3) months show a month containing two (2) sampling dates separated by at least twenty (20) days.";

(3) Delete the existing language in numbered paragraph "4" and insert: "4. During any consecutive six (6) months, at least four (4) samples of pasteurized milk, flavored milk, flavored reduced fat or low fat milk, flavored nonfat (skim) milk, each fat level of reduced fat or low fat milk and each milk product defined in this Ordinance, may be collected by the Regulatory Agency in at least four (4) separate months, except when three (3) months show a month containing two (2) sampling dates separated by at least twenty (20) days from every milk plant. All pasteurized (including Aseptically Processed and Ultra-Pasteurized) milk and milk products required sampling and testing is to be done only when there are test methods available that are validated by FDA and accepted by the NCIMS. Products with no validated and accepted methods are not required to be tested."

(4) Delete existing language in part and insert: "All pasteurized (including Aseptically Processed and Ultra-Pasteurized) milk and milk products required sampling and testing to be done only when there are test methods available that are validated by FDA and accepted by the NCIMS, otherwise there would be no requirement for sampling. Required bacterial counts, coliform counts, drug tests, phosphatase and cooling temperature determinations may be performed on Grade "A" pasteurized milk and milk products defined in this Ordinance only when there are validated and accepted test methodology."

(5) Delete existing language in part and insert: "Whenever two (2) of the last four (4) consecutive bacterial counts (except those for aseptically processed milk and milk products), somatic cell count, coliform determinations, or cooling temperatures, taken on separate days, exceed the standard for the milk and/or milk products as defined in this Ordinance, the Regulatory Agency shall send a written notice thereof to the person concerned. This notice shall be in effect as long as two (2) of the last four (4) consecutive samples exceed the standard. An additional sample may be taken within twenty-one (21) days of the sending of such notice, but not before the lapse of three (3) days. Immediate suspension of license, in accordance with Section 3, and/or court action may be instituted whenever the standard is violated by three (3) of the last five (5) bacterial counts (except those for aseptically processed milk and milk products), somatic cell counts, coliform determinations or cooling temperatures"; and,

(6) Delete existing language in part and insert: "Whenever a container or containers of aseptically processed milk or milk product is found to be non-sterile, due to under-processing, the Regulatory Agency may consider this to be an imminent hazard to public health and may suspend the license of the milk plant for the sale of aseptically processed milk and milk products. No aseptically processed milk and milk product shall be sold until it can be shown that the processes, equipment and procedures used are suitable for consistent production of a sterile product. All products from the lot that were found to contain one (1) or more non-sterile units shall be recalled and disposed of as directed by the Regulatory Agency."

(C) Section 7. "Standards for Grade "A" Milk and Milk Products" is amended as follows:

(1) "Item 10 r., "Administrative Procedures," insert numbered paragraph "4": Irregardless of whether a milk storage/holding tank has had a partial removal of milk, the milk storage/holding tank shall be cleaned and sanitized when empty and shall be emptied at least every seventy-two (72) hours. Milk storage/holding tanks used in the production of goat milk shall be clean and sanitized when empty and shall be emptied at least every seven (7) days. In the event of an emergency situation, such as inclement weather, natural disaster, etc., a variance may be permitted at the discretion of the Regulatory Agency;

(2)Item 7p., "Administrative Procedures," numbered paragraph "7", delete existing language and insert: Samples for bacteriological testing of individual water supplies are taken upon the initial approval of the physical structure; each six (6) months thereafter; and when any repair or alteration of the water supply system has been made. Samples may be taken by the Regulatory Agency and examinations shall be conducted in an official laboratory. To determine if water samples have been taken at the frequency established in this Section, the interval shall include the designated six (6) month period plus the remaining days of the month in which the sample is due;

(3) Item 12p., "Administrative Procedures," numbered paragraph 2(d), the word "shall" is changed to "may";

(4) Item 12p., "Administrative Procedures," Table 2., last line, the word "shall" is changed to "may";

(5) Item 12p., "Administrative Procedures," numbered paragraph 6(c), delete existing language and insert: When single-service containers or closures are fabricated in another plant that conforms to the Standards of Appendix J. and the Regulatory Agency has information that they do comply, the Regulatory Agency may accept the containers as being in conformance without additional testing. If there is reason to believe that containers do not conform to the bacteriological standards, additional testing may be required. If containers are fabricated in the milk plant, the Regulatory Agency may collect, during any consecutive six (6) months, at least four (4) sample sets of containers, as defined in Appendix J., from each manufacturing line, as defined in Appendix J., in at least four (4) separate months, except when three (3) months show a month containing two (2) sampling dates separated by at least twenty (20) days, and analyze the sample sets at an Official, Commercial or Industry Laboratory, approved by the State Milk Laboratory Certifying Agency specifically for the examinations required under Appendix J; and,

(6) Item 17p., "Administrative Procedures," numbered paragraph 10, delete existing language and insert: Recirculated cooling water, which is used in coolers and heat exchangers, including those systems in which a freezing point depressant is used, is from a safe source and protected from contamination. Such water shall be tested semiannually and shall comply with the Bacteriological Standards of Appendix G. Samples may be taken by the Regulatory Agency and examination shall be conducted in an Official Laboratory. Recirculated cooling water systems, which become contaminated through repair work or otherwise, shall be properly treated and tested before being returned to use. Freezing point depressants and other chemical additives, when used in recirculating systems, shall be non-toxic under conditions of use.."

Effective: 08/04/2013
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/08/2017
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 917.02
Rule Amplifies: 917.02
Prior Effective Dates: 12/1/95, 04/26/05, 5/15/07, 1/22/2009, 4/19/2010

901:11-1-06 Meetings of the milk sanitation board.

(A) A regular meeting of the milk sanitation board shall be held annually between the first and last day of August.

(B) Notice of meetings

(1) Regular meetings: Notice of all of the milk sanitation board's regularly scheduled meetings, including date, starting time and location will be posted on the Ohio department of agriculture's web site, and may also be published in Gongwer or Hannah news service at least ten days in advance of all regularly scheduled meeting.

(2) Special meetings: Notice of date, time, place, and purpose of any special meetings of the milk sanitation board shall be placed on the department of agriculture's website and may also be published in Gongwer or Hannah news service, as well as sent to media outlets that requested such information, at least twenty-four hours prior to a special meeting.

(3) Emergency meetings: Notice of date, time, location and purpose of all emergency meetings of the milk sanitation board shall be given to all news media who requested prior notification. The notice of the emergency meeting shall also be published on the department's website and may also be published in Gongwer or Hannah news service.

(C) Any person may obtain prior notice of the date, time, and location of any regularly scheduled, special, and emergency meeting of the milk sanitation board or notice of any meeting at which a particular type of business is to be discussed by either requesting prior notification in writing from the "Ohio Department of Agriculture, Dairy Division, 8995 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068" or providing the secretary of the board, in care of the foregoing address, with self-addressed stamped envelopes.

Effective: 12/14/2009
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 02/18/2009 and 12/14/2014
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 917.02
Rule Amplifies: 917.03
Prior Effective Dates: 12/1/77, 9/15/99, 6/2/05

901:11-1-07 [Rescinded]In-line samplers on dairy farms.

Effective: 07/23/2012
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/08/2012
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 917.02
Rule Amplifies: 917.02 , 917.09
Prior Effective Dates: 5/15/2007

901:11-1-60 Definitions. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-61 Interpretation of adjectives and adverbs. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-62 Adulterated or misbranded whey, condensed, and dry milk products. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-64 Labeling. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-65 Inspection of condensing and drying plants. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-66 Examination of whey, condensed, and dry milk products. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-67 Standards for milk, milk products, whey, condensed, and dry milk products. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-68 Sanitation requirements for milk tank truck cleaning and sanitizing facilities. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-69 Milk plant construction. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-70 Toilet; sewage disposal; water supply. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-71 Hand-washing facilities. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-72 Milk plant cleanliness. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-73 Sanitary piping. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-74 Construction and repair of containers and equipment. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-75 Cleaning and sanitizing of containers and equipment. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-76 Storage of cleaned containers and equipment; and storage of single-service containers, utensils, and materials. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-77 Protection from contamination. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-78 Pasteurization. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-79 Cooling, packaging, and container filing. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-80 Container closure, sealing, and storage. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-81 Personnel; cleanliness. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-82 Vehicles. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-83 Surroundings. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-84 Reciprocity. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-85 Submission of plans for alterations or new condensing plants and drying plants. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07

901:11-1-86 Personnel health; procedure when infection or high risk of infection is discovered. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 5-15-07