10.16.06.18

.18 Prohibitions to Operate.

A. A person whose certificate or letter of compliance is suspended:

(1) Shall cease operation; and

(2) May not resume operation until:

(a) An inspection shows that the condition or conditions responsible for the suspension or order no longer exist; and

(b) The Department reinstates the certificate or letter of compliance.

B. A person whose application for a certificate or letter of compliance is denied:

(1) May not start operation; or

(2) Shall cease operation and may not start or resume operation until:

(a) A new application is submitted in accordance with Regulation .08 of this chapter;

(b) An inspection shows that the condition or conditions responsible for the denial or revocation no longer exist; and

(c) The Department issues a certificate or letter of compliance.

C. The Department may take appropriate steps to ensure that the camp operator ceases the operation of the youth camp pursuant to §§A and B of this regulation by:

(1) Taking and keeping physical possession of the certificate or letter of compliance until the certificate or letter of compliance is reinstated;

(2) Posting signs at the entrance of the camp stating that the certificate or letter of compliance to operate a camp has been denied, suspended, or revoked by the Department; or

(3) Taking another measure within the law that will adequately ensure that the youth camp does not operate.

D. When inspection of a youth camp by the Department reveals that there is an imminent and substantial danger to a camper, the Department may seek an injunction to prohibit operation of the camp.