Section 3742.50 | Lead abatement tax credit.
(A) The director of health shall adopt rules in accordance with Chapter 119. of the Revised Code establishing all of the following:
(1) Procedures necessary for the development and operation of the child lead poisoning prevention program established under section 3742.31 of the Revised Code;
(3) Standards and procedures for issuing lead hazard control orders under section 3742.37 of the Revised Code, including standards and procedures for determining appropriate deadlines for complying with lead hazard control orders;
(4) The level of lead in human blood that is hazardous to human health, consistent with the guidelines issued by the centers for disease control and prevention in the public health service of the United States department of health and human services;
(5) The level of lead in paint, dust, and soil that is hazardous to human health;
(6) Standards and procedures to be followed when implementing preventive treatments for the control of lead hazards pursuant to section 3742.41 of the Revised Code that are based on information from the United States environmental protection agency, department of housing and urban development, occupational safety and health administration, or other agencies with recommendations or guidelines regarding implementation of preventive treatments;
(7) Standards that must be met to pass a clearance examination;
(8) Procedures for approving under section 3742.47 of the Revised Code training programs in essential maintenance practices and lead-safe renovation and requirements, in addition to those specified in section 3742.47 of the Revised Code, that a program must meet to receive approval;
(9) The examination to be administered by a training program approved under section 3742.47 of the Revised Code and the examination's passing score.
(B) The director shall establish procedures for revising its rules to ensure that the child lead poisoning prevention activities conducted under this chapter continue to meet the requirements necessary to obtain any federal funding available for those activities, including requirements established by the United States environmental protection agency, United States department of housing and urban development, or any other federal agency with jurisdiction over activities pertaining to child lead poisoning prevention.