An agency shall not issue correction orders unless licensors have been trained by the department on procedures for issuing correction orders. A correction order must be on forms prescribed by the commissioner. A copy of the correction order must be kept in the license holder's file.
A correction order may be issued if all of the following conditions are met:
the violation does not imminently endanger the health, safety, or rights of persons served by the program;
the violation is not serious or chronic; and
the violation will be corrected within a reasonable time.
A correction order must include a specific time period for correcting the violation.
The agency shall ensure that license holders provide evidence of compliance with a correction order or, if appropriate, recommend further action to the commissioner.
The agency may recommend a conditional license if:
on the basis of factors in part 9543.0100, subpart 1, the agency demonstrates that revocation or suspension of the license is not warranted;
the agency demonstrates that continued operation of the program:
is in the best interests of persons served by the program; and
would not pose a risk of harm to persons served by the program; and
the agency submits to the commissioner a plan for monitoring the program to ensure the safety of persons served during the conditional license.
15 SR 2105; 30 SR 585
December 29, 2005