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WAC 296-900-15005

Certifying violation correction.

Definition:
A correction date is the date by which you must meet the WISHA requirements listed on either a: Citation and notice (C&N) or a corrective notice of redetermination (CNR).
(1) You must certify in writing within ten calendar days following the correction date shown on the C&N that each violation has been corrected. Include the following:
(a) Employer name and address.
(b) The inspection number involved.
(c) The citation and item numbers which have been corrected.
(d) The date each violation was corrected and the method used to correct them.
(e) A statement that both:
(i) Affected employees and their representatives were informed that each violation was corrected; and
(ii) The information submitted is accurate.
(f) Employer's signature or the signature of employer's designated representative.
Note:
Certification is not required if the WISHA compliance officer indicates in the C&N, or a reassumption hearings officer indicates in a CNR, that they have already been corrected.
(2) You must submit additional documentation for willful or repeated violations, demonstrating that they were corrected. This documentation may include, but is not limited to:
(a) Evidence of the purchase or repair of equipment.
(b) Photographic or video evidence of corrections.
(c) Other written records.
(3) You must submit additional documentation for serious violations when required in the C&N or CNR.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 49.17.010, 49.17.040, 49.17.050, and 49.17.060. WSR 17-18-075, § 296-900-15005, filed 9/5/17, effective 10/6/17; WSR 06-06-020, § 296-900-15005, filed 2/21/06, effective 6/1/06.]
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