Florida Senate - 2014 SENATOR AMENDMENT Bill No. CS/CS/HB 7069, 1st Eng. Ì4291820Î429182 LEGISLATIVE ACTION Senate . House . . . Floor: 3a/AD/3R . 05/02/2014 09:30 PM . ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Senator Legg moved the following: 1 Senate Amendment to Amendment (143520) 2 3 Delete lines 99 - 114 4 and insert: 5 2. Require each provider that is eligible to provide the 6 program pursuant to s. 1002.88(1)(a) to notify the parent of 7 each child in care if it is cited for a Class I violation as 8 defined by rule of the Department of Children and Families. 9 Notice shall be initiated only upon final disposition of a Class 10 I violation. The provider shall notify the department within 24 11 hours of its intent to appeal the Class I violation issued and 12 final disposition shall occur within 15 calendar days. In 13 determining the final disposition, the department shall consider 14 the entire licensing history of the provider, whether the 15 provider promptly reported the incident upon actual notice, and 16 whether the employee responsible for the violation was 17 terminated or the violation was corrected by the provider. If a 18 provider does not file its intent to appeal the Class I 19 violation the provider must provide notice of a Class I 20 violation electronically or in writing to the parent within 48 21 hours after receipt of the Class I violation. Such notice shall 22 describe each violation with specificity in simple language, and 23 include a copy of the citation and the contact information of 24 the Department of Children and Families or local licensing 25 agency where the parent may obtain additional information 26 regarding the citation. Notice of a Class I violation by the 27 provider must be provided electronically or in writing to the 28 parent within 24 hours after receipt of the final disposition of 29 the Class I violation. A provider must conspicuously post each 30 citation for a violation that results in disciplinary action on 31 the premises in an area visible to parents pursuant to s. 32 402.3125(1)(b). Additionally, such a provider must post each 33 inspection report on the premises in an area visible to parents, 34 which report must remain posted until the next inspection report 35 is available.