Texas Register, Volume 9, Number 31, Pages 2283-2340, April 24, 1984 Page: 2,310
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(h) A licensee performing fumigation shall use ade-
quate warning agents with all fumigants which lack such
properties. When conditions involving abnormal hazards
exist, the person exercising direct on-site supervision shall
take such safety precautions in addition to those pre-
scribed to protect the public health and safety.
(i) The licensee shall also post person or persons
as a security guard at the location from the time the fu-
migant is introduced until released for occupancy.
(j) For the purpose of maintaining proper safety
and establishing responsibility in handling the dangerous
gases used in fumigation, the licensee shall compile ano
retain for a period of at least two years a report for each
fumigation job and/or treatment. The report for each fu-
migation job or treatment shall contain the following in-
(1) name and address of pest control company;
(2) name and address of property and owner;
(3) type of structure as to details of roofing;
(4) cubic feet fumigated;
(5) target pest or pest controlled;
(6) kind of fumigant or fumigants used and
(7) name of warning agent and amount used;
(8) type of sealing method;
(9) weather conditions as to temperature and
(10) time gas introduced and ventilated (date and
(11) name of licensee (certified applicator);
(12) list of any extraordinary safety precautions
(13) time released for occupancy (signed by cer-
tified applicator); and
(14) the date and hour police, fire departments,
and health authorities were notified.
This agency hereby certifies that the rule as adopted
has been reviewed by legal counsel and found to be
a valid exercise of the agency's legal authority.
Issued in Austin, Texas, on April 13, 1984.
David A Ive
Structural Pest Control Board
Effective date: June 1, 1984
Proposal publication date- February 24, 1984
For further information, please call (512) 835-4066.
Part XXXI. Texas State Board of
Examiners of Dietitians
Chapter 711. Dietitians
22 TAC 711.1-711.11, 711.13
The State Board of Examiners of Dietitians, with the
approval of the Texas Board of Health, adopts new
711.2-711.5, 711.7-711.10 and 711.13, with
changes, and new 711.1, 711.6, and 711.11
without changes, to the proposed text published in
the January 31, 1984, issue of the Texas Register (9
TexReg 564). The new rules cover the licensure and
regulation of dietitians. Section 711.12 is reserved for
procedures on complaints and violations and is being
adopted on an emergeny basis and simultaneously
proposed in this issue of the Texas Register.
These rules implement the requirements of the Texas
Licensed Dietitian Act, Texas Civil Statutes, Article
4512h (Senate Bill 671, 68th Legislature, 1983, ef-
fective September 1, 1983.)
These rules include the general procedures governing
the operation of the Texas State Board of Examiners
of Dietitians, a fee schedule, a code of ethics, aca-
demic and experience requirements for examination
and licensure, examination procedures, supervision re-
quirements for provisional licensed dietitians, appli-
cation, licensing and renewal procedures, procedures
for licensing persons with criminal backgrounds, and
procedures for conducting formal hearings.
Concerning the rules on the official seal, 711.2(q),
a comment was received that the word "concentric"
should be added to modify the word "circles" in the
description of the seal. The board agrees, and the
word has been added.
Concerning the rules on the profession of dietetics,
711..(b), a comment was received that the words
"food service" have been modernized and combined
into one word, "foodservice." The board has incor-
porated the modern term into these rules.
Concerning the academic requirements for examina-
tion and licensure, 711.4(c)(2), and application
procedures, 711.7(c)(4), one commenter stated that
requiring registered dietitians (R.D.'s) to submit offi-
cial transcripts following the initial licensing period
was redundant, since the academic standards set by
the Commission on Dietetic Registration meet or ex-
ceed the academic requirements set out in the Act and
the board rules. The board agrees with the comments
and has extended the provisions beyond the initial
licensing period which deem R.D.'s to meet the aca-
demic requirements and waive the required submis-
sion of official transcripts.
Concerning the experience requirements for examina-
tion and licensure, 711 5(b)(2), one commenter stat-
ed an objection to the requirement that participants
in board approved preplanned professional experience
programs be provisionally licensed dietitians, since the
Licensed Dietitian Act is a voluntary licensing program.
The board agrees with this comment and has deleted
Two other comments were received concerning the
documentation required by the board for preplanned
professional experience programs and internships,
711.5(b)(2)(B) and 711.5(c)(1).
(1) The endorsements which must be provided af-
ter September 1, 1984, would be duplicative for
R.D.'s since the Commission on Dietetic Registration
(CDR) requires endorsements to qualify for registra-
tion. The board agrees with the comment and has pro-
9 TexReg 2310
April 24, 1984
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