32 Miss. Code. R. § 24-5.00 - Legal Conformance
It is the intent of the REACH Center for the Blind to demonstrate conformance with all applicable legal requirements and regulations of the governmental authorities and legally authorized agencies under whose authority it operates. In support of this intent, the Center maintains all legally required licenses and certificates that relate to its conformance with such requirements including, but not limited to, accessibility, affirmative action, equal employment, health and safety, licensure and fair labor practices. (Reference: SPB Personnel Handbook; Executive Director's Memoranda; "Human Resources" file.) Applicable legal requirements are checked periodically with the attorney assigned to the Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services from the State Attorney General's Office.
The State of Mississippi does not require licensure of community rehabilitation programs. Should the Center plan to engage in any activity regulated or licensed by the State or the United States Government or any other legally authorized agencies under whose authority it operates, then the appropriate licensure or certification will be secured prior to the initiation of the activity.
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