Early stakeholder engagement
Join in early stakeholder engagement
The department asks for stakeholder participation and input for all new rules and potential rule changes promulgated by the executive director or by our rulemaking boards and commissions. State law requires agencies to establish a representative group of participants when considering to adopt or modify new and existing rules.
Become a stakeholder
The department will review and consider the following items in 2020:
- Review the 2020 Departmental Regulatory Plan to participate in rules that will be under review.
Review the 2020 Departmental Regulatory Agenda to participate in rules scheduled for a rulemaking hearing.
Contact the staff member or board or commission indicated to join a stakeholder process that interests you. For rules not listed on either document, contact the division or program representative listed for more information.
Stakeholder contacts for divisions and programs
Air Pollution Control Division: Dena Wojtach, email@example.com
Center for Health and Environmental Data: Chris Wells, firstname.lastname@example.org
Disease Control and Environmental Epidemiology Division: Diana Herrero, email@example.com
Division of Environmental Health and Sustainability: Cary Ruble, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division: Randy Perila, email@example.com (solid and hazardous waste), James Jarvis, firstname.lastname@example.org (radiation)
Health Facilities and Emergency Medical Services Division: Alexandra Haas, email@example.com
Laboratory Services Division: Emily Travanty, firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response: Dane Matthew, email@example.com
Office of Health Equity: Web Brown, firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of Planning, Partnerships and Improvement: Deborah Monaghan, email@example.com
Prevention Services Division: Alicia Haywood, firstname.lastname@example.org
Water Quality Control Division: Trisha Oeth, email@example.com