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Occupational Lead Poisoning Prevention Fee Law

Health and Safety Code

Chapter 2. Occupational Health and Disease Prevention

Article 2. Occupational Lead Poisoning Prevention

Section 105195

105195. Feepayer identification; exemption. (a) Sections 105185 and 105190 shall apply to the following industries:

(1) 1622 Bridges, tunnels, and elevated highways.

(2) 1721 Painting, paper hanging, and decorating.

(3) 1791 Structural steel erection.

(4) 1795 Wrecking and demolition work.

(5) 2759 Commercial printing.

(6) 2816 Inorganic pigments manufacture.

(7) 2819 Industrial inorganic chemicals.

(8) 2821 Plastics materials and resins.

(9) 2892 Explosives manufacture.

(10) 2899 Chemical preparations.

(11) 3069 Fabricated rubber products.

(12) 3087 Custom compounding of purchased plastics resins.

(13) 3089 Plastic products.

(14) 3229 Pressed and blown glass.

(15) 3231 Products of purchased glass.

(16) 3253 Ceramic walls and floor tiles.

(17) 3262 Vitreous china food utensils.

(18) 3269 Pottery products.

(19) 3313 Electrometalurgical products.

(20) 3331 Primary copper.

(21) 3339 Primary nonferrous metals, except copper and aluminum.

(22) 3341 Secondary nonferrous metals.

(23) 3356 Nonferrous rolling, drawing, extruding.

(24) 3363 Aluminum die castings.

(25) 3364 Nonferrous die castings.

(26) 3365 Aluminum foundries.

(27) 3366 Copper foundries.

(28) 3369 Nonferrous foundries.

(29) 3399 Primary metal products.

(30) 3411 Metal cans manufacture.

(31) 3431 Metal sanitary ware.

(32) 3432 Plumbing fittings and brass goods.

(33) 3441 Fabricated structural metal.

(34) 3484 Small arms.

(35) 3491 Industrial valves.

(36) 3492 Fluid power valves and hose fittings.

(37) 3494 Valves and pipes fittings.

(38) 3496 Miscellaneous fabricated wire products.

(39) 3497 Metal foil and leaf.

(40) 3585 Refrigeration and heating equipment.

(41) 3599 Machinery, except electrical.

(42) 3624 Carbon and graphite products.

(43) 3661 Telephone and telegraph apparatus.

(44) 3662 Radio and television communication equipment.

(45) 3663 Radio and television equipment.

(46) 3669 Communications equipment.

(47) 3674 Semiconductors and related devices.

(48) 3691 Storage batteries.

(49) 3692 Primary batteries, dry and wet.

(50) 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies.

(51) 3711 Motor vehicles and car bodies.

(52) 3714 Motor vehicle parts and accessories.

(53) 3721 Aircraft.

(54) 3953 Marking devices.

(55) 3812 Search and navigation equipment.

(56) 3829 Measuring and controlling devices.

(57) 5064 Electrical appliances, television, and radios.

(58) 5093 Scrap and waste materials.

(59) 7538 General automotive repair shops.

(60) 7539 Automotive repair shops.

(61) 7997 Membership sports and recreation clubs.

(62) 7999 Amusement and recreation.

(b) (1) If the department determines that the potential for occupational lead poisoning exists in industries not covered by this section, based on new evidence, the department shall have the authority to add Standard Industrial Classification codes by regulation. Multiple case reports of occupational lead toxicity shall be a criterion for adding Standard Industrial Classification codes covered by this section for the purpose of fee assessment.

(2) If the department determines that lead use and lead exposure no longer exist in an industry covered by this section, based on new evidence, the department shall delete the Standard Industrial Classification code or individual industries within a Standard Industrial Classification code by regulation. If the department otherwise determines that the potential for occupational lead poisoning no longer exists in an industry covered by this section, based on new evidence, the department shall have the authority to delete Standard Industrial Classification codes or individual industries with a Standard Industrial Classification code by regulation. If the department determines that lead use and lead exposure no longer exist in the operations of an employer in an industry covered by this section, based on evidence submitted by the employer, the department may waive the fee of that employer.