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Notice of Intent to Act on Public Regulations

LCB File No. R048-20

This serves as notice that the Division of Industrial Relations of the Department of Business and Industry, State of Nevada (Division) will conduct a public hearing on proposed permanent regulations amending Chapter 618 of the Nevada Administrative Code (NAC) on Tuesday, December 15, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. This meeting will be held via a Webex meeting only. Webex allows for video and teleconferencing. Pursuant to Governor Sisolak’s March 22, 2020 Declaration of Emergency Directive 006, the requirement contained in NRS 241.023(1)(b), that there be a physical location designated for meetings of public bodies where members of the public are permitted to attend and participate, is suspended in order to mitigate against the possible exposure or transmission of the COVID-19 (Corona Virus).

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Pursuant to NRS 233B.608 and 233B.609, the Division is providing the following statements pertaining to the public hearing on proposed changes to Chapter 618 of NAC. The need and purpose of the proposed revisions to regulations: The Division of Industrial Relations, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) may adopt regulations to carry out the NRS 618.9901 through 618.9913 (enacted in Assembly Bill 190, chapter 105, Statutes of Nevada 2017, at page 467) for the entertainment industry and NRS 618.9920 through 618.9931 (enacted in Senate Bill 119, chapter 92, Statutes of Nevada 2019, at page 490) for the convention services industry. In addition, the Division is required to adopt regulations approving the OSHA 10/30 courses for certain employees in these industries and setting forth guidelines for job-specific training to qualify as continuing education as provided in NRS 618.9909 for the entertainment industry and NRS 618.9927 for the convention services industry.