Proposed Regulations

Accrediting Persons in the Practice of Medical Radiation Technology, 32 Ill. Adm. Code 401, published in the Illinois Register on November 8, 2019, Volume 43, Issue 45, page 12939.

IEMA is proposing amendments to Part 401 to delete references to the Radiologic Technologist Accreditation Advisory Board, which was statutorily dissolved; update definitions to eliminate those not in use in Part 401 and clarify the definition of licensed practitioner to make the language consistent with the Radiation Protection Act of 1990 and other agency regulations; add certification from the Nuclear Medication Technology Certification Board to the exemption for performance of CT radiographic exams; delete duplicative language in Section 401.40 and add remaining relevant language to Section 401.100; update examination and student-in-training requirements to be consistent with current practice; add criteria for the review of applications for felony convictions to be consistent with other Agency programs; update the process for reinstatement of accreditation to current practice; and update Section 401.130 to reflect the increase in cost for examinations provided by ARRT and provide the process for payment including credit card payments. 

General Grantmaking (IEMA), 44 Ill. Adm. Code 7030, published in the Illinois Register on July 26, 2019, Volume 43, Issue 30, page 7903. 

IEMA is proposing this new rule to adopt 2 CFR 200 subparts B through F for all agency grants as required by Section 50(a) of the Grant Accountability and Transparency Act (GATA) and pursuant to 44 Ill. Adm. Code 7000.200(b). 


Development, Annual Review, Coordination of Chemical Safety Contingency Plans, 29 Ill. Adm. Code 610 published in the Illinois Register on June 7, 2019, Volume 43, Issue 23, page 6700. 

IEMA is proposing amendments to Part 610 to update the rule to current practice and eliminate obsolete provisions.

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.