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RULE §89.47 Risk-based Inspections

Published: 2015

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(a) Risk-based inspections are those required in addition to periodic inspections required under §89.45 for booting companies determined by the department to be a greater risk to the public. (b) To determine which booting company will be subject to risk-based inspections, the department has established criteria and frequencies for inspections. (c) Each booting company subject to risk-based inspections will be scheduled for inspection based on the following risk criteria and inspection frequency: Attached Graphic (d) At the time of inspection of a booting company, the owner, manager, or their representative must, upon request, make available to the inspector, records, notices and other documents required by this chapter. (e) Upon completion of the inspection, the owner of the booting company shall be advised in writing of the results of the inspection. (f) The inspection report will identify violations that must be corrected by the booting company. The report will also indicate the corrective actions required to address the violations, in accordance with this section. Additionally, the department may assess administrative penalties and/or administrative sanctions for violations. (g) A booting company on a risk-based inspection schedule may be moved to a less frequent risk-based inspection schedule or returned to a periodic schedule of inspections. The department will notify the owner of the booting company if there is a change in the booting company's risk-based schedule or if the booting company is returned to a periodic inspection schedule.

Source Note: The provisions of this §89.47 adopted to be effective May 3, 2010, 35 TexReg 3492