This state agency is responsible for the implementation of the Ohio Administrative Code based on the safety and well being of children, legislation and federal statutes.
What does OAC stand for?
OAC stands for Ohio Administrative Code
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Ohio Department of Health, 2008) based on the Ohio Administrative Code (Household Sewage Disposal Systems, 1977).
The Ohio Administrative Code 3745-42-02 rule change includes an exemption specifically for wastewater pretreatment activities associated with silver recovery systems.
The Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Department of Agriculture have classified FSO and RFE into four risk categories in the Ohio Revised Code 3717 and Ohio Administrative Code 3701 (License Fees and Categories, 2010), as illustrated in Table 1.
Ohio Administrative Code 3701-21-08 safeguards against waterborne contamination in food service operations and, therefore, requires the use of safe and sanitary water (3).