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58 Pa. Code § 3.1. Executive Director.

§ 3.1. Executive Director.

 (a)  An Executive Director shall be appointed by the Secretary of the Commonwealth to act as the administrative officer to the Commission and have powers and duties provided in section 105 of the Athletic Code (relating to powers and duties of executive director).

 (b)  The Executive Director shall establish and maintain standard operating procedures for offices, ensure adherence to procedures and monitor operations of inspectors and officials.

 (c)  The Executive Director shall prepare, justify and administer the Commission budget.

 (d)  The Executive Director shall solicit items and prepare agendas for scheduled Commission meetings as well as attend the meetings, and shall also schedule and notify commissioners of the meetings.

 (e)  The Executive Director shall organize periodic training programs for judges, referees, inspectors and other licensees.

 (f)  The Executive Director shall disseminate to commissioners, inspectors and officials changes in the Commission’s policies and procedures, personnel changes and other information pertinent to current operations.

 (g)  The Executive Director shall supervise and direct Commission staff, direct the issuance of Commission credentials and perform other duties as directed by the Commission. The Secretary of the Commonwealth or the Executive Director may designate Commission or Department staff to act on behalf of the Executive Director at events under the jurisdiction of the Commission.

 (h)  The Executive Director shall have the authority to approve or prohibit each proposed matching of boxers within this Commonwealth based upon the following criteria of each boxer:

   (1)  Win/loss record.

   (2)  Current boxing activity.

   (3)  Overall boxing experience.

   (4)  General health and safety, including, but not limited to, the following statutory provisions:

     (i)   Sections 708 of the Athletic Code (relating to suspension and revocation for injuries).

     (ii)   Section 711 of the Athletic Code (relating to limitation on difference in weights).

     (i)   The Executive Director, a commissioner or the Commission may use a videotape of a contest to review actions taken relating to a contest.

 (j)  The Executive Director shall rule on circumstances arising that are not addressed by this part and are not otherwise addressed in the Athletic Code that relate to the Commission’s duties.

 (k)  The Executive Director will handle and decide initial complaints informally. If an individual is not satisfied with the remedy provided by the Executive Director, the individual may appeal the matter to the Commission. Appeals of decisions pertaining to a suspension of a permit or license shall be handled in accordance with sections 1301—1305 of the Athletic Code (relating to enforcement). Decisions of the Commission may be appealed in accordance with 2 Pa.C.S. § §  501—508 (relating to practice and procedure of Commonwealth agencies) and 1 Pa. Code Chapter 35 (relating to formal proceedings).


   The provisions of this §  3.1 amended under the Athletic Code, 5 Pa.C.S. §  103(b)(1).


   The provisions of this §  3.1 adopted November 10, 1978, effective November 11, 1978, 8 Pa.B. 3094; amended May 17, 2002, effective May 18, 2002, 32 Pa.B. 2443. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (251515).

Cross References

   This section cited in 58 Pa. Code §  21.1 (relating to contracts).

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