Kan. Admin. Regs. § 28-4-581 - Inspections; surveys; investigations; posting administrative order

Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021

(a) Entry and access. Each applicant and each operator shall give the secretary or the secretary's designee immediate entry and access to the premises and to any records required to be kept, to determine compliance with applicable statutes and school-age program regulations. To ensure access, the applicant or operator shall authorize the program director or program director's designee to grant to the secretary, or the secretary's designee, immediate entry and access to the premises and required records.
(b) Notification of noncompliance.
(1) Applicant. If an applicant is notified in writing that the applicant is not in compliance with statutes or regulations governing school-age programs, the applicant shall make any changes or alterations identified in the notice before a temporary permit or license is issued by the secretary.
(2) Operator. If, following an inspection or complaint investigation, the operator is notified in writing that the program is not being conducted in compliance with statutes or regulations governing school-age programs, the operator shall make any changes or alterations identified in the notice necessary to achieve and maintain compliance.
(3) Explanation of findings. If an applicant or operator disagrees with a notice documenting any finding of noncompliance with licensing statutes or regulations, the applicant or operator may request an explanation of the finding from the secretary's designee. If the explanation is not satisfactory to the applicant or operator, the applicant or operator may submit a written request to the department for reconsideration of the finding. The written request shall identify the finding in question and explain why the applicant or operator believes that the finding should be changed. This request shall be made to the department within 10 calendar days after receiving the explanation.
(c) Posting of an administrative order. Each applicant or operator receiving an administrative order from the secretary shall post the order in a conspicuous place on the premises that is accessible to parents or potential users of the program. Each order shall be posted for 90 calendar days following the date the order becomes final.

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Kan. Admin. Regs. § 28-4-581
Authorized by K.S.A. 2001 Supp. 65-508 and 65-513; implementing K.S.A. 2001 Supp. 65-504, 65-508, and 65-512; effective, T-28-4-1-02, April 1, 2002; effective Jan. 10, 2003.

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