§ 23-23.1-11. Promulgation of standby orders.
The director shall promulgate a set of proposed standby orders which might be appropriate for use by the governor upon declaration of the episode contemplated by this chapter. The standby control proposals, when approved by the governor, shall be distributed to the appropriate agencies and to all commercial and industrial concerns throughout this state concerned with enforcement or impact of this chapter and notice of their contents shall be given to the public. The director shall promulgate arrangements for the enforcement of the standby orders and, upon approval by the governor, notice of the arrangements shall also be distributed to the authorities, commercial and industrial concerns, and to the general public. The proposed standby orders and arrangements shall not, however, become operative except when directed by the governor in any order issued by him or her pursuant to a declaration of episode under this chapter.
(P.L. 1971, ch. 137, § 1: G.L. 1956, § 23-25.1-11; P.L. 1979, ch. 39, § 1.)