Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19a-332a-15 - Order to cease activity

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) Whenever the Commissioner has reason to believe on the basis of inspections or tests that asbestos abatement is being performed in violation of these regulations or, in the judgment of the Commissioner, is endangering the public's health, the Commissioner may issue a written or printed cease activity order to any person who performs, supervises or controls such asbestos abatement. Such order shall specifically describe the nature of the violation or condition endangering the public's health.
(b) After receipt of a cease activity order, no person shall conduct asbestos abatement except in accordance with the provisions of the order.
(c) Compliance with the provisions of a cease activity order shall be determined by the Commissioner on the basis of re-inspection or additional tests as deemed necessary by the Commissioner.
(d) Within seven (7) business days of receipt of a written request of the person subject to a cease activity order, the Commissioner shall hold a hearing to provide the person subject to the order an opportunity to be heard and show that asbestos abatement is being performed in accordance with these regulations and/or without endangering the public health. The cease activity order shall remain in effect until seven days after said hearing, within which time the Commissioner shall determine whether said order should continue in effect. The cease activity order shall be revoked at the end of said seven day period if no decision is made by the Commissioner or if so ordered by the Commissioner.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19a-332a-15
Effective December 27, 1990

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