Wash. Admin. Code § 246-237-033 - Access authorization program review
Current through Register Vol. 21-24, December 15, 2021
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Access authorization program review.
(1) Each licensee shall be responsible for the continuing effectiveness of the access authorization program. Each licensee shall ensure that access authorization programs are reviewed to confirm compliance with the requirements of this chapter and that comprehensive actions are taken to correct any noncompliance that is identified. The review program shall evaluate all program performance objectives and requirements. Each licensee shall periodically, at least annually, review the access program content and implementation.
(2) The results of the reviews, along with any recommendations, must be documented. Each review report must identify conditions that are adverse to the proper performance of the access authorization program, the cause of the condition or conditions, and, when appropriate, recommend corrective actions, and corrective actions taken. The licensee shall review the findings and take any additional corrective actions necessary to preclude repetition of the condition, including reassessment of the deficient areas where indicated.
(3) Review records must be maintained for three years.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 70.98.050 and 70.98.110. WSR 16-13-079, § 246-237-033, filed 6/14/16, effective 7/15/16.]