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The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Public Health area publishes a variety of documents on health regulation, client services, preventive services, and public health preparedness.

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    Placement of placement of MDMB-4en-PINACA, 4F-MDMB-BUTICA, ADB-4en-PINACA, CUMYL-PEGACLONE, 5F-EDMB-PICA, and MMB-FUBICA in Schedule I for Controlled Substances
    (South Carolina State Library, 2024-01-04) South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
    Based on a federal ruling from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control has made the placement of six synthetic cannabinoid substances as Schedule I controlled substances.
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    Establecimientos minoristas de alimentos : proceso de referencia de cumplimiento
    (South Carolina State Library, 2024-02) South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
    This document, printed in Spanish, is intended to educate facility operators about the risks associated with violations identified during an inspection and to provide information about enforcement procedures. Enforcement actions become necessary when no effective effort is taken to correct food safety hazards that are recurring by a retail food establishment in a timely manner. When the efforts to gain compliance are unsuccessful, the Department follows an established enforcement process, and carries out the actions described by R.61-25 and state laws.
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    食品零售机构 : 执法转介程序
    (South Carolina State Library, 2024-02) South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
    This document, printed in Chinese, is intended to educate facility operators about the risks associated with violations identified during an inspection and to provide information about enforcement procedures. Enforcement actions become necessary when no effective effort is taken to correct food safety hazards that are recurring by a retail food establishment in a timely manner. When the efforts to gain compliance are unsuccessful, the Department follows an established enforcement process, and carries out the actions described by R.61-25 and state laws.
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    Retail food establishments : enforcement referral process
    (South Carolina State Library, 2024-02) South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
    This document is intended to educate facility operators about the risks associated with violations identified during an inspection and to provide information about enforcement procedures. Enforcement actions become necessary when no effective effort is taken to correct food safety hazards that are recurring by a retail food establishment in a timely manner. When the efforts to gain compliance are unsuccessful, the Department follows an established enforcement process, and carries out the actions described by R.61-25 and state laws.
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    Placement of nine specific fentanyl-related substances in Schedule I for Controlled Substances
    (South Carolina State Library, 2024-01-04) South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
    Based on a federal ruling from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control has made the placement of nine specific fentanyl-related substances as schedule I controlled substances.