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10.10.09.00.htm 46:20 19-185-P/E(REG. 03) EMERGENCY ACTION IN EFFECT 9/10/2019―3/7/2020. 10.10.09.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 10 LABORATORIES Chapter 09 Forensic Laboratories ― Personnel Certification and Approval of Laboratory Procedures Authority: Courts and Judicial Proceedings Article, §10-1001; Health-General Article, §17-2A-02; Annotated Code of Maryland
10.10.09.01.htm 10.10.09.01. 01 Qualifications.. A. Certified Chemist and Certified Chemical Analyst. An applicant for certified chemist or certified chemical analyst shall:1) Hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in chemistry, medical technology, biology, physics, pharmacy, pharmacology, or forensic science;2) Have completed courses in analytical and organic chemistry; and. 3) Have completed a basic training program for certified chemist or certifi
10.10.09.02.htm 10.10.09.02. 02 Approved Training Programs for Chemists, Chemical Analysts, and Analysts.. A. Certified Chemist.. 1) An applicant for certification as a certified chemist shall have successfully completed:. a) The basic training program for forensic drug chemists offered by the United States Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration; orb) A training program in the discipline of controlled dangerous substances provided by a forensic laboratory licensed by the Department.
10.10.09.03.htm 46:20 19-185-P/E(REG. 03) EMERGENCY ACTION IN EFFECT 9/10/2019―3/7/2020. 10.10.09.03. 03 Employment, Employment Certification, and Automatic Decertification.. A. Employment. An individual applying for certification under this chapter shall be currently employed by:1) The Department;. 2) The Maryland State Police;. 3) The Baltimore City Police Department;. 4) The police department of a municipality or county in this State; or. 5) A private forensic laboratory licensed by the M
10.10.09.04.htm 10.10.09.04. 04 Procedures.. Chemists, chemical analysts, and analysts certified under this chapter are certified only when performing those drug identification procedures:A. Approved by a forensic laboratory licensed by the Department; or. B. Contained in the "Forensic Chemists and Analysts Training and Procedures Manual" 1992, which is incorporated by reference.
10.10.09.05.htm 10.10.09.05. 05 Report.. A report prepared pursuant to these regulations shall contain the following information:. A. The signature of the certified chemist, chemical analyst, or analyst performing the drug-identification procedure;B. The name of the person who delivered the material to be tested to the certified chemist, chemical analyst, or analyst;C. A statement that the chemist, chemical analyst, or analyst has been certified by the Department to perform the procedures
10.10.09.9999.htm 46:20 19-185-P/E(REG. 03) EMERGENCY ACTION IN EFFECT 9/10/2019―3/7/2020. 10.10.09.9999. Administrative History Effective date: March 11, 1985 (12:5 Md. R. 483). Regulation .02A amended effective August 6, 1990 (17:15 Md. R. 1859). Regulations .03 and .04 repealed, new Regulations .03―06 adopted effective August 6, 1990 (17:15 Md. R. 1859)Regulation .05 recodified as Regulation .07 effective August 6, 1990 (17:15 Md. R. 1859). Regulation .06 amended effective March 1, 1993 (20:4 Md. R. 371) ―.
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