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34 Pa. Code § 129.412. Plan of correction/reports of progress on correcting deficiencies.

§ 129.412. Plan of correction/reports of progress on correcting deficiencies.

 An individual self-insured employer shall file a plan of correction to implement audit report recommendations referenced in §  129.411(c) (relating to written report of audit) for any deficiency requiring more than 60 days to correct. The plan shall include a timetable for correction acceptable to the Bureau. Progress reports shall be filed by the individual self-insured employer detailing corrective actions at the end of each 30-day period of the correction plan period. The Bureau may audit an individual self-insured employer’s accident and illness prevention program if an individual self-insured employer fails to file progress reports, implement recommendations or provide acceptable documentation of corrective actions. At the end of the correction plan period, a final determination of adequate or inadequate will be made, and the individual self-insured employer will be notified of the determination.

Cross References

   This section cited in 34 Pa. Code §  129.411 (relating to written report of audit).

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