Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 375-5-6-.12 - General Program Owner Responsibilities

In addition to meeting all other Program requirements, every Program Owner is responsible for the following:

(a) Providing services for the Assessment and Intervention Components of the Program;
(b) The actions of all Program employees, volunteers, agents, representatives, and Instructors carried out within the scope of employment;
(c) Maintaining for every Director, Instructor, employee, volunteer, agent, or representative a personnel folder containing their job application, signed statements required by these rules, and, if applicable, a copy of each Instructor's current Certification;
(d) Ensuring that Students or Offenders know where and how to obtain information about local alcohol/drug treatment resources and self-help support groups;
(e) Ensuring Students or Offenders know where and how to obtain information about clinical evaluators certified by the DUI Intervention Program at the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities;
(f) Training all Program employees, volunteers, agents, or representatives who have contact with Students or Offenders to provide accurate information regarding the Program and to maintain Student confidentiality;
(g) Participating in Program evaluations and research projects, as directed by the Department;
(h) Prohibiting the solicitation of Students or Offenders for insurance, legal services, bail bonds, specific clinical evaluators or treatment providers, ignition interlock providers, or any other product or service;
(i) Ensuring the quality of instruction and delivery of the Program in a professional manner conducive to learning;
(j) Ensuring that each Student receives a new and unused copy of the required student workbook; and,
(k) Ensuring that a certificate of completion is immediately issued to each Student who successfully completes all Program requirements.


Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 375-5-6-.12
O.C.G.A. ยงยง 40-5-82 and 40-5-83.
Original Rule entitled "General Program Owner Responsibilities" adopted. F. July 24, 2009; eff. August 13, 2009. Amended: F. Mar. 25, 2014; eff. Apr. 14, 2014.

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