A. The assistant director may issue an advisory notice stating de minimis violations
of standards and rules which carry no penalty, unless the employer or trainer wilfully
and repeatedly violates the standard or rule, in which case the assistant director
may refer the matter to the director for appropriate action pursuant to § 3-3113.
B. No advisory notice stating a de minimis violation may be issued under this section
after the expiration of a period of six months after the date of the inspection that
produced evidence of an alleged violation. If in the course of an investigation the department identifies any additional alleged
violator, the department may investigate the additional alleged violator. No advisory notice may be issued after the expiration of six months from the date
the additional alleged violator is identified by the department.
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