Missouri Revised Statutes

Chapter 701
State Standards

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Chapter Cross Reference
Asbestos abatement, 643.225 to 643.265
   
GLAZING MATERIALS
701.010. Definitions.
701.015. Glazing material to be labeled--sale of nonconforming material prohibited.
701.020. Penalty for noncompliance.
   
ON-SITE DISPOSAL SYSTEMS
701.025. Definitions.
701.027. Scope of coverage.
701.029. Operation of on-site sewage disposal system, restrictions.
701.031. Disposal of sewage, who, how, exception.
701.033. Department of health and senior services--powers and duties--rules, procedure.
701.035. Local regulations and standards, requirements--private right to action not preempted.
701.037. Violations, notice of, contents, prosecuting attorney to institute proceedings, when--emergency situation, when.
701.038. Sewage complaints, investigation by department, when--right to inspect adjoining property, procedure requiring notice, exception.
701.039. Clean water commission may take action, rules not to conflict.
701.040. Standards for sewage tanks, lateral lines and operation of on-site sewage disposal systems, duties of department--rules authorized.
701.043. State standards, content.
701.046. Modification or major repair to on-site sewage disposal system, requirements--form--fee, how set--additional fee may be set for training contractors performing percolation tests.
701.047. City or county may adopt more restrictive standards.
701.048. Modifying or repair of on-site sewage disposal system, noncompliance with standards prohibited.
701.049. Fees collected by department to be deposited in public health service fund, purpose.
701.050. Construction or repair notice--requirements and inspection--failure to comply with standards, effect.
701.051. Inspections by department, who may request--fee--department may license contractors to inspect.
701.052. Violator found guilty not to begin construction for another person without bond or letter of credit--forfeiture when, effect--emergency repairs of--effect.
701.053. Registered on-site disposal system contractor, form, qualifications--registration issued by county to be deemed state registration.
701.054. Registration of contractor may be denied, suspended or revoked, procedure, appeal--reregistration application may be made when--official roster of contractors published by department, content.
701.055. Property owners may install, modify or clean their own on-site sewage disposal system in compliance with requirements, no permit required for cleaning.
701.057. Violations, penalties and fines.
701.059. Creation of a nuisance on certain residential property is an infraction--sewage disposal system in violation, statute of limitations starts to run, when.
   
LEAD ABATEMENT AND PREVENTION OF LEAD POISONING
701.300. Definitions.
701.301. Rules.
701.304. Inspections and risk assessments, purpose, conditions--warrant--samples--fees for licenses and accreditation.
701.305. Educational information to be provided on department website.
701.306. Notification of risk to health of children.
701.308. Abatement of hazard by owner--no eviction, effect--failure to abate, violation, order of compliance--relocation--report of violation.
701.309. Contractor to notify department, when--notification fee, due when.
701.310. Manner of abatement--owner may perform abatement, when.
701.311. Compliance inspections--warrant--notice of violation--hearing--enforcement manual to be posted on website, contents.
701.312. Program to train and license lead inspectors and others--rules--liability insurance required.
701.313. Lead abatement grant projects, notification to department required--violation, penalty.
701.314. Program to train and license lead inspectors, supervisors, and workers--rules.
701.316. May not inspect or abate without license--lists--revocation or suspension of license, hearing--cease-work order.
701.317. Additional remedies--rulemaking authority--administrative penalties, requirements--deposit of penalty moneys in lead abatement loan fund.
701.318. Laboratory analysis of lead-bearing substances--reports.
701.320. Violations, penalty.
701.322. Laboratory services for disease, lead content--fee.
701.324. Right to maintain suit not affected--local standards may be enforced.
701.326. Lead poisoning information reporting system--level of poisoning to be reported--health care professional and department director to provide information.
701.328. Identity of persons participating to be protected--consent for release form, when requested--use and publishing of reports.
701.330. No liability for providing information--exception--penalty.
701.334. Promotion of minority persons.
701.336. Department to cooperate with federal government--information to be provided to certain persons--lead testing of children, strategy to increase number.
701.337. Department to establish lead abatement loan or grant program--Missouri lead abatement loan fund created.
701.338. Rules--promulgation--procedure.
701.340. Childhood lead testing program established--test to be used--parental objection.
701.342. High risk areas identified--assessment and testing requirements--laboratory reporting--additional testing required, when.
701.343. Duties of the department.
701.344. Evidence of lead poisoning testing required for child-care facilities located in high risk areas--no denial of access to education permitted.
701.345. Childhood lead testing fund created.
701.346. Rulemaking authority.
701.348. Political subdivisions may provide more stringent requirements.
701.349. Severability clause.
   
ELEVATOR SAFETY AND INSPECTION
701.350. Definitions.
701.353. Elevator safety board established, appointment, terms, vacancies, qualifications--meetings called when, chairman how elected, quorum, expenses.
701.355. Powers of the board.
701.357. Codes adoption by political subdivisions to be more stringent than certain other American codes.
701.359. Exemption for political subdivisions that adopt and enforce certain codes, exception state requirements on certification of inspection and inspectors.
701.361. Rulemaking procedure.
701.363. All installations shall have state certificate of inspection and meet safety code.
701.365. Chief safety inspector, duties, exceptions--violations, orders directing compliance or if dangerous, use to be discontinued.
701.367. Political subdivision shall have enforcement powers of inspector if local law requires annual inspection.
701.369. Safety inspectors to be certified by board, qualifications--board to establish professional code.
701.371. Inspectors authority to enter premises to inspect--installations to be registered with board, form, content.
701.373. Permit required to construct or alter installations--plan to prove compliance--operating permit issued when--temporary permits allowed when.
701.375. Operating certificate issued when--content--posting requirements.
701.377. Fees, how set, limitation--deposit--elevator safety fund created, purpose--fees paid to political subdivisions, when, exception, state certificate.
701.379. Appeal from chief safety inspector's decisions, procedure.
701.380. Violators guilty of crime of abuse of elevator safety, penalty.
701.381. Elevator safety and inspection requirements not applicable, when.
701.383. Grain elevators and feed mills, certain elevators exempt from safety and inspection requirements.
   
WATER CLOSETS, EQUAL NUMBER IN CERTAIN FACILITIES
701.450. Equal number of water closets, diaper changing stations, requirements--extension of time for compliance, requirements (St. Louis City).
   
ENERGY STAR APPLIANCES AND CONSUMER ELECTRONICS
701.500. New product sales, energy efficiency requirements--exceptions.
701.503. Rulemaking authority.
701.506. Updating of minimum energy efficiency standards.
701.509. Advisory group created--purpose of group--members, terms, meetings.
701.512. Testing procedures for new products--certification by manufacturers required--identification of new products in compliance required--testing and inspections--rulemaking authority.
701.515. Investigation of complaints--attorney general may enforce.
   
ANEMOMETER TOWERS
701.550. Definitions--requirements for towers 50 feet or higher--violation, penalty.

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