10.16.06.15

.15 Suspension or Revocation of a Certificate or Letter of Compliance.

A. The Department may suspend or revoke a certificate or letter of compliance if the camp operator:

(1) Fails to correct any violation within the specified time period;

(2) Fails to comply with an approved written schedule of compliance;

(3) Fraudulently or deceptively obtains or attempts to obtain a certificate or letter of compliance;

(4) Fraudulently or deceptively uses a certificate or letter of compliance;

(5) Violates any provision of the Maryland Youth Camp Act, Health-General Article, §§14-401—14-411, Annotated Code of Maryland;

(6) Violates any provision of this chapter; or

(7) Fails to correct a situation that threatens the health, safety, or welfare of a camper at the camp.

B. The Department shall suspend or revoke a certificate or letter of compliance if the operator fails within the time period specified by the Department to correct a violation of:

(1) Regulation .20 of this chapter;

(2) Regulation .21 of this chapter;

(3) Regulation .22 of this chapter;

(4) Regulation .34 of this chapter;

(5) Regulation .35 of this chapter;

(6) Regulation .36A and B(1)—(2), C, or D of this chapter;

(7) Regulation .37A(1)—(2), B, C, or D of this chapter;

(8) Regulation .39A(2)—(4) and (8)(c) and B of this chapter;

(9) Regulation .42 of this chapter;

(10) Regulation .46 of this chapter; and

(11) Regulations .47—.54 of this chapter.

C. The Department may summarily suspend or revoke a certificate or letter of compliance if the Department determines upon inspection of the camp that an imminent threat to the health, safety, or welfare of a camper exists.

D. The Department shall give the camp operator:

(1) Written notice of the suspension or revocation of the certificate or letter of compliance;

(2) The reasons for the suspension or revocation; and

(3) In accordance with Regulation .17 of this chapter, an opportunity for a hearing.