19 CSR 30-80.010 - Definitions

Current through Register Vol. 47, No. 7, April 1, 2022

PURPOSE: This rule provides definitions to be used in the interpretation and enforcement of 19 CSR 30-80.010 through 19 CSR 30-80.040.

(1) "Access line," toll-free telephone service established and maintained by the department in accordance with section 210.918, RSMo for the purpose of promoting family and community safety by allowing access to certain information recorded in the Family Care Safety Registry, as provided in section 210.921, RSMo.
(2) "Agency of record," the state agency that has program control over maintaining or updating one or more of the sources of background information listed in section 210.909, subsection 1, subdivisions (1) through (5), RSMo.
(3) "Department," the Missouri Department of Health.
(4) "Family Care Safety Registry workers," a current listing of child-care and elder-care workers who have completed application for registration with the department pursuant to section 210.906, subsections 1 through 2, RSMo, or persons who have voluntarily completed application for registration pursuant to section 210.906, subsection 4, RSMo, including limited available information on workers' background pursuant to section 210.909, subsection 1, subdivisions (1) through (5), RSMo.
(5) "Family Care Safety Registry providers," a current listing of child-care and elder-care providers, pursuant to section 210.909, subsections (2) and (5), RSMo, who have been refused licensure or have experienced licensure suspension or revocation pursuant to sections 210.481 through 210.536, RSMo, sections 210.201 to 210.259, RSMo, or Chapter 198, RSMo.
(6) "Patrol," the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
(7) "Registrant," any person hired on or after January 1, 2001, as a child-care or elder-care worker, or any person not required to register pursuant to the provisions of sections 210.900 to 210.936, RSMo, who voluntarily applies to the department for registration and who meets the requirements of sections 210.906 and 210.909, RSMo, including submitting to the background checks of subsection 1 of section 210.909, RSMo.
(8) "Registry," the Family Care Safety Registry.

Notes

19 CSR 30-80.010
AUTHORITY: sections 210.915 and 210.924, RSMo 2000.* Emergency rule filed Sept. 19, 2000, effective Jan. 1, 2001, expired June 29, 2001. Original rule filed March 30, 2001, effective Sept. 30, 2001.

*Original authority: 210.915, RSMo 1999; 210.924, RSMo 1999.

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