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SECTION 27-0924
Hazardous materials enforcement training program
Environmental Conservation (ENV) CHAPTER 43-B, ARTICLE 27, TITLE 9
§ 27-0924. Hazardous materials enforcement training program.

1. The department shall formulate and establish, no later than July
first, nineteen hundred eighty-five and thereafter from time to time
reformulate, a specialized educational program to be known as the
"hazardous materials enforcement training program" hereinafter referred
to as the "program".

a. The department shall be responsible for administration of the
program and shall prescribe the curriculum which shall include, but not
be limited to:

(i) a review of the provisions of this title, title three and title
thirteen of this article and of title twenty-seven of article
seventy-one of this chapter and any rules and regulations promulgated
thereunder;

(ii) a review of the provisions of title twelve of article thirteen of
the public health law and any rules and regulations promulgated
thereunder;

(iii) a review of the provisions of section fourteen-f of the
transportation law and any rules and regulations promulgated thereunder;

(iv) a review of the provisions of section three hundred eighty of the
vehicle and traffic law and any rules and regulations promulgated
thereunder; and

(v) a description of the activities and services of the department.

b. The department shall prepare any written materials necessary or
useful for the purposes of the program.

c. In preparing the curriculum for the program, the department shall
consult with and receive full cooperation from the commissioners of
health, transportation, and motor vehicles, the attorney general, the
state fire administrator, and authorized police departments and other
authorized law enforcement agencies in the state regarding the
particular needs and interests of such departments and agencies relating
to the contents of such curriculum.

2. The department shall notify in writing, authorized police
departments and other authorized law enforcement agencies in the state
of the establishment and availability of the program.