(a) Each booting company shall be inspected at least once every two years. (b) The booting company owner, manager, or their representative must, upon request, make available to the inspector all records, notices and other documents required by this chapter. (c) Upon completion of the inspection, the owner, manager, or their representative shall be advised in writing of the results of the inspection. The inspection report will indicate whether the inspection was approved or not approved, and will describe any violations identified during the inspection. (d) For inspections that are not approved, the inspection report will identify violations that must be corrected by the owner. The report will also indicate the corrective actions required to address the violations, in accordance with §89.47. Additionally, the department may assess administrative penalties and/or administrative sanctions for violations. (e) Based on the results of the periodic inspection, a booting company may be moved to a risk-based schedule of inspections. The department will notify the owner of the booting company, in writing, if the company becomes subject to the risk-based inspection schedule and the scheduled frequency of inspection.
Source Note: The provisions of this §89.46 adopted to be effective May 3, 2010, 35 TexReg 3492