TITLE 77: PUBLIC HEALTH
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
SUBCHAPTER p: HAZARDOUS AND POISONOUS SUBSTANCE
PART 855 ASBESTOS ABATEMENT FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS AND COMMERCIAL AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS IN ILLINOIS
SECTION 855.600 ADVERSE LICENSURE ACTION
Section 855.600 Adverse Licensure Action
The Department shall provide written notice via certified mail of its decision to deny, suspend or revoke a license. The applicant or licensee shall have 15 days to submit a written request for an administrative hearing to contest the Department's decision. The Department's decision to deny, suspend or revoke a license shall be based upon one or more of the following reasons:
a) The person has falsified information on the application for licensure.
b) The person has performed duties outside the areas for which he is licensed.
c) The person has conducted any asbestos abatement activities in a manner hazardous to the public health in Illinois or in any other state where the person has acted in a similar capacity.
d) The person has violated any provision of the Asbestos Abatement Act or the Commercial and Public Building Asbestos Abatement Act, as applicable, or this Part.
e) The person has violated the registration and licensing standards for Professional Engineers [225 ILCS 325], Structural Engineers [225 ILCS 340], Architects [225 ILCS 305] or Industrial Hygienists [225 ILCS 52], as applicable. The Department may use findings by the Department of Professional Regulation, Illinois EPA or adverse civil or criminal findings in a circuit court as a basis for its action.
f) The person has submitted fraudulent or altered documentation, license, or certificate to the Department, to a building owner or representative or agent thereof, or to a contractor.
g) The person has performed work requiring licensure at a job site without being in possession of the license and initial and current refresher certificates.
h) The person has permitted the duplication or use of his/her own license or training certificate by another.
i) The person has obtained training from a training provider which is not accredited by the Department.
j) The person has submitted an application fee which was returned for insufficient funds.