Proposed Regulations

Political Subdivision Emergency Services and Disaster Agencies, 29 Ill. Adm. Code 301 

IEMA has filed an emergency rule and proposed rulemaking amending Part 301. Please see following documents/links regarding these filings. 

  • NOTICE OF AMENDMENTS 
  • Emergency Rule: This rule was effective on June 8, 2020, and will run for 150 days.
  • Proposed Rulemaking: Public comment period (First Notice) began on June 19, 2020. The comment period will continue for 45 days.
Both the emergency rule and the proposed rulemaking were published in Volume 44, Issue 25 of the Illinois Register on June 19, 2020.  They are located on pages 10814 and 10333, respectively.


 
Radioactive Materials Transportation, 32 Ill. Adm. Code 341, published in the Illinois Register on May 15, 2020, Volume 44, Issue 20, page 8116.

After reviewing IEMA's last amendments to Part 341 to comply with RATS ID 2015-3, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC) identified an issue with IEMA's rules regarding the 10 CFR 71 incorporation by reference. The Agency is proposing to add an Agency Note in Section 341.10(a) to address the issue and maintain compatibility with 10 CFR 71 as required by the USNRC. The Agency is also proposing to amend Section 341.10(a) to comply with RATS ID 2019-2 and maintain compatibility by changing the dates for the applicable Code of Federal Regulations. This rulemaking will be filed for adoption at the end of First Notice per Section 31 of the Radiation Protection Act of 1990.

FIRST NOTICE 

Safe Operation of Nuclear FacilityBoilers and Pressure Vessels, 32 Ill. Adm. Code 505, published in the Illinois Register on January 3, 2020, Volume 44, Issue 1, page 12.

IEMA is proposing amendments to Part 505 to update the regulation to current industry standards, update contact information and to make changes for clarification. 

FIRST NOTICE
Water Treatment Residuals

IEMA is drafting changes to the current exemption for water treatment residuals.  Currently, IEMA is reviewing comments from stakeholder meetings and incorporating changes as needed.  The changes have not been filed for promulgation yet.  The public, including all affected entities, will have the opportunity to submit comments during the First Notice period once the changes are published in the Illinois Register.  IEMA will continue to provide any updates regarding the status of the changes here on this webpage.