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34 Pa. Code § 129.110. Preaudit exchange of information.

§ 129.110. Preaudit exchange of information.

 (a)  At least 45-calendar days prior to the audit, the insurer shall provide the Bureau with:

   (1)  If not already submitted, a completed, annual AIPS report for the most recently completed calendar year and, if requested, the AIPS reports for the 2 preceding consecutive calendar years including those of its affiliated companies, if applicable.

   (2)  A description of the type of accident and illness prevention services provided during the last completed calendar year and a list of current insured employers/policyholders specifying name and premium size grouping which: received services; requested but did not receive services; and have reported to the carrier that they have a certified workplace safety committee.

   (3)  The name, address, business telephone number, credentials, experience and status (whether employed or contracted) of each person acting as an accident and illness prevention services provider for the insurer.

 (b)  The Bureau will keep the list of insured employers/policyholders confidential.

 (c)  Within 10-calendar days of receipt of the list of policyholders, the Bureau will notify the insurer of the accounts selected for audit and the information required concerning these accounts.

 (d)  At least 15-calendar days prior to the date of the audit, the insurer shall provide the account information referenced in subsection (c) to the Bureau.

 (e)  If the information necessary for the audit is not furnished, the Bureau may cancel the audit, and a final determination of inadequate will be forwarded to the Director. The Director will provide notification to the Commissioner and to the insurer of its final determination. A rating may be challenged by the insurer in accordance with Subchapter G (relating to hearings).



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