(20 ILCS 3310/25)
    Sec. 25. Boiler and pressure vessel safety. The Illinois Emergency Management Agency shall exercise, administer, and enforce all of the following rights, powers, and duties:
        (1) Rights, powers, and duties vested in the
    
Department of Nuclear Safety by the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety Act prior to the abolishment of the Department of Nuclear Safety, to the extent the rights, powers, and duties relate to nuclear steam-generating facilities.
        (2) Rights, powers, and duties relating to nuclear
    
steam-generating facilities vested in the Department of Nuclear Safety by the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety Act prior to the abolishment of the Department of Nuclear Safety, which include but are not limited to the formulation of definitions, rules, and regulations for the safe and proper construction, installation, repair, use, and operation of nuclear steam-generating facilities, the adoption of rules for already installed nuclear steam-generating facilities, the adoption of rules for accidents in nuclear steam-generating facilities, the examination for or suspension of inspectors' licenses of the facilities, and the hearing of appeals from decisions relating to the facilities.
         (3) Rights, powers, and duties relating to nuclear
    
steam-generating facilities, vested in the State Fire Marshal, the Chief Inspector, or the Department of Nuclear Safety prior to its abolishment, by the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety Act, which include but are not limited to the employment of inspectors of nuclear steam-generating facilities, issuance or suspension of their commissions, prosecution of the Act or rules promulgated thereunder for violations by nuclear steam-generating facilities, maintenance of inspection records of all the facilities, publication of rules relating to the facilities, having free access to the facilities, issuance of inspection certificates of the facilities, and the furnishing of bonds conditioned upon the faithful performance of their duties. The Director of the Illinois Emergency Management Agency may designate a Chief Inspector, or other inspectors, as he or she deems necessary to perform the functions transferred by this Section.
    The transfer of rights, powers, and duties specified in paragraphs (1), (2), and (3) is limited to the program transferred by this Act and shall not be deemed to abolish or diminish the exercise of those same rights, powers, and duties by the Office of the State Fire Marshal, the Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Rules, the State Fire Marshal, or the Chief Inspector with respect to programs retained by the Office of the State Fire Marshal.
(Source: P.A. 95-777, eff. 8-4-08.)