House Bill 18-1302 – “Toxicology Lab Certification Waiver Colorado Department of Public Health And Environment”

Concerning the allowance of the department of public health and environment to waive certification requirements for toxicology laboratories that have been accredited by an entity using recognized forensic standards.

Summary:

Current law allows the department of public health and environment (department) to waive certain certification requirements for toxicology laboratories that are accredited by the American board of forensic toxicology or the international standards organization. The bill changes the waiver requirement to allow the department to waive certification requirements if the laboratory is accredited by an entity using nationally or internationally recognized forensic standards.

Sponsors:

Senator Vicki Marble | Representative Lois Landgraf | Representative Joann Ginal

Signed on June 6th 2018 By: Crisanta Duran (Speaker of The House of Representatives) ; Kevin J. Grantham (President of The Senate) ; Marilyn Eddins (Chief Clerk of The House of Representatives) ; Effie Ameen (Secretary of The Senate) ; John W. Hickenlooper (Governor of The State of Colorado)

Paid for by Marble for Senate District 23.
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