Section 10301 - The Department of Pesticide Regulation (California Code of Regulations)

§ 10301. The Department of Pesticide Regulation

For the Department of Pesticide Regulation, Title 3, California Code of Regulations, Section 305, establishes the following time limits which have been summarized for informational purposes in Table 1. The time frames for Qualified Applicator Certificate, Agricultural Pest Control Adviser License, Qualified Applicator License, Designated Agent License, and Pest Control Pilots License are based on the applicant taking the first available test.

(a) For a Qualified Applicator Certificate:

(1) The Department of Pesticide regulation shall inform the applicant in writing that the application is either complete and accepted for filing, or that it is deficient and what specific information of documentation is required to complete the application within 14 days of receipt of an application.

(2) The Department of Pesticide Regulation shall approve or disapprove the certificate within 100 days of receiving a completed application.

(b) For a Agricultural Pest Control Adviser License:

(1) The Department of Pesticide regulation shall inform the applicant in writing that the application is either complete and accepted for filing, or that it is deficient and what specific information of documentation is required to complete the application within 14 days of receipt of an application.

(2) The Department of Pesticide Regulation shall approve or disapprove the license within 100 days of receiving a completed application.

(c) For a Agricultural Pest Control Adviser License Renewal:

(1) The Department of Pesticide regulation shall inform the applicant in writing that the application is either complete and accepted for filing, or that it is deficient and what specific information of documentation is required to complete the application within 14 days of receipt of an application.

(2) The Department of Pesticide Regulation shall approve or disapprove the renewal within 60 days of receiving a completed application.

(d) For a Qualified Applicator License:

(1) The Department of Pesticide regulation shall inform the applicant in writing that the application is either complete and accepted for filing, or that it is deficient and what specific information of documentation is required to complete the application within 14 days of receipt of an application.

(2) The Department of Pesticide Regulation shall approve or disapprove the license within 90 days of receiving a completed application.

(e) For a Designated Agent License:

(1) The Department of Pesticide regulation shall inform the applicant in writing that the application is either complete and accepted for filing, or that it is deficient and what specific information of documentation is required to complete the application within 14 days of receipt of an application.

(2) The Department of Pesticide Regulation shall approve or disapprove the license within 90 days of receiving a completed application.

(f) For a Designated Agent License Renewal:

(1) The Department of Pesticide regulation shall inform the applicant in writing that the application is either complete and accepted for filing, or that it is deficient and what specific information of documentation is required to complete the application within 14 days of receipt of an application.

(2) The Department of Pesticide Regulation shall approve or disapprove the renewal within 30 days of receiving a completed application.

(g) For a Pest Control Pilots License:

(1) The Department of Pesticide regulation shall inform the applicant in writing that the application is either complete and accepted for filing, or that it is deficient and what specific information of documentation is required to complete the application within 14 days of receipt of an application.

(2) The Department of Pesticide Regulation shall approve or disapprove the license within 30 days of receiving a completed application.

(h) For a Pest Control Pilots License Renewal:

(1) The Department of Pesticide regulation shall inform the applicant in writing that the application is either complete and accepted for filing, or that it is deficient and what specific information of documentation is required to complete the application within 14 days of receipt of an application.

(2) The Department of Pesticide Regulation shall approve or disapprove the renewal within 30 days of receiving a completed application.

(i) For an Accreditation of Continued Education Instruction:

(1) The Department of Pesticide regulation shall inform the applicant in writing that the application is either complete and accepted for filing, or that it is deficient and what specific information of documentation is required to complete the application within 20 days of receipt of an application.

(2) The Department of Pesticide Regulation shall approve or disapprove the accreditation within 30 days of receiving a completed application.

(j) For a Certificate of Registration for Economic Poisons for New Active Ingredient:

(1) The Department of Pesticide regulation shall inform the applicant in writing that the application is either complete and accepted for filing, or that it is deficient and what specific information of documentation is required to complete the application within 120 days of receipt of an application.

(2) The Department of Pesticide Regulation shall approve or disapprove the registration within 150 days of receiving a completed application.

(k) For a Certificate of Registration for Economic Poisons for New Product:

(1) The Department of Pesticide regulation shall inform the applicant in writing that the application is either complete and accepted for filing, or that it is deficient and what specific information of documentation is required to complete the application within 60 days of receipt of an application.

(2) The Department of Pesticide Regulation shall approve or disapprove the registration within 90 days of receiving a completed application.

(l) For a Certificate of Registration for Economic Poisons Renewal:

(1) The Department of Pesticide regulation shall inform the applicant in writing that the application is either complete and accepted for filing, or that it is deficient and what specific information of documentation is required to complete the application within 30 days of receipt of an application.

(2) The Department of Pesticide Regulation shall approve or disapprove the renewal within 60 days of receiving a completed application.

(1. New section filed 7-12-95; operative 8-11-95 (Register 95, No. 28).)

Note: Authority cited: Section 71020, Public Resources Code; Section 15376, Government Code. Reference: Section 71022, Public Resources Code.

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