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North Carolina Commission for Public Health

The Commission for Public Health is the public health rulemaking body for North Carolina. The Commission is authorized and directed by the N.C. General Assembly to adopt rules to protect and promote the health of the public and to adopt rules necessary to implement public health programs administered by the Division of Public Health. The Commission for Public Health was first established by the N.C. General Assembly in 1877 as the State Board of Health. It was renamed the Commission for Health Services in 1973 and became the Commission for Public Health in 2007. The Division of Public Health is staff to the Commission.



November 15, 2016
Proposed Amendment and Repeals
In order to consolidate rules, the Commission proposes the adoption and repeal of rules governing overall sanitation requirements for lodging establishments in North Carolina. Currently, these rules are contained in three separate sections within the environmental health rules.
Proposed Adoption, Proposed Repeals: 15A NCAC 18A .1800-.3000 (Sanitation of Lodging Establishments)
August 1, 2016
Proposed Amendment
This proposed amendment adds work-related Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning to the list of industrial diseases, illnesses, and injuries that are dangerous to the public health.
Proposed Amendment: 10A NCAC 41C .0702