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Subpart 1.

Personnel records.

A licensee must maintain a record of each employee, individual contractor, and volunteer. The record must include the following information:


evidence of current professional licensure, registration, or certification, if licensure, registration, or certification is required by state or federal law; and


records of training required by this chapter.

Subp. 2.

Job descriptions.

A licensee must maintain current job descriptions, including qualifications, responsibilities, and identification of supervisors, if any, for each job classification.

Subp. 3.

Criminal background checks.

A licensee must maintain documentation of criminal background checks as required in Minnesota Statutes, section 144A.754. Documentation of criminal background checks may be maintained in a confidential file, if made available to authorized parties upon request.

Subp. 4.

Retention of personnel records.

A hospice provider must maintain each personnel record for at least three years after an employee or contractor ceases to be employed by or under contract with the licensee.

Subp. 5.


For each violation of the following subparts, the stated fine shall be assessed:


subpart 1, $50;


subpart 2, $50;


subpart 3, $50; and


subpart 4, $50.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 144A.752


28 SR 1639

Published Electronically:

October 11, 2007