§ 23-19.1-35. Denial or revocation of hazardous waste material driver's certificate.
(a) The department of environmental management shall deny any application for the issuance of a hazardous waste materials driver's certificate made by an applicant who has been convicted, within the last three (3) years preceding the applicant's application for the certificate, of any violation involving driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs, or both, or reckless driving, or the applicant's driving privilege is, or has been, under suspension, revocation, or probation by the division for a cause involving unsafe operation of a motor vehicle.
(b) The department of environmental management shall revoke the hazardous waste materials drivers' certificate of any holder, who, after issuance of the certificate, is convicted of any violation of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor, or drugs, or both, or reckless driving, or who has had the driving privilege suspended or revoked by the division of motor vehicles for a cause involving the unsafe operation of a motor vehicle, or is found by the division to be a negligent operator.
(c) The department of environmental management may revoke the hazardous waste materials driver's certificate of any holder for any cause, whether existing before or after the issuance of the certificate, which would either authorize or require the department of environmental management to refuse to issue a certificate.
(d) The division of motor vehicles shall provide records to the department of environmental management pursuant to the requirements of this chapter.
(P.L. 1987, ch. 602, § 1.)