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TITLE 410 INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

Economic Impact Statement
LSA Document #21-23


IC 4-22-2.1-5 Statement Concerning Rules Affecting Small Businesses
Description of the Rule
The Indiana Department of Health is seeking to amend 410 IAC 5.1-1-10, 410 IAC 5.1-1-16, and 410 IAC 5.1-1-18 to revise definitions. Amends 410 IAC 5.1-1-22 through 410 IAC 5.1-1-29 to revise the certification and standards requirements applicable to radon testing, radon mitigation, and laboratory analysis. Amends 410 IAC 5.1-1-31 to revise the documents incorporated by reference as part of this rule. Repeals 410 IAC 5.1-1-3 and 410 IAC 5.1-1-9.

Economic Impact on Small Businesses
1. Estimate of the number of small businesses, classified by industry sector, that will be subject to the proposed rule.
IC 5-28-2-6 defines a small business as a business entity that satisfies the following requirements:
(1) On at least fifty percent (50%) of the working days of the business entity occurring during the preceding calendar year, the business entity employed not more than one hundred fifty (150) employees.
(2) The majority of the employees of the business entity work in Indiana.
There are approximately 25 small businesses subject to the proposed rule.

2. Estimate of the average annual reporting, record keeping, and other administrative costs that small businesses will incur to comply with the proposed rule.
The proposed rule imposes no new reporting, record keeping, or other administrative costs on small businesses.

3. Estimate of the total annual economic impact that compliance with the proposed rule will have on all small businesses subject to the rule.
Compliance with the proposed rule imposes no economic impact on small businesses.

4. Statement justifying any requirement or cost that is imposed on small businesses by the rule; and not expressly required by the statute authorizing the agency to adopt the rule; or any other state or federal law.
The proposed rule imposes no cost not expressly required by statute.

5. Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
Not applicable.

Posted: 07/21/2021 by Legislative Services Agency

DIN: 20210721-IR-410210023EIA
Composed: Feb 03,2023 6:12:02AM EST
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