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Chapter 550-4 MAINTAINING REQUIREMENTS

Rule 550-4-.01 Maintaining Requirements

(1) No trauma scene waste management practitioner or insurance carrier shall cancel, or cause to be canceled, a liability insurance policy issued pursuant to these rules unless the Department is informed in writing by a certified letter at least 30 days prior to the proposed cancellation.
(a) If the trauma scene waste management practitioner or insurance carrier cancels the liability insurance policy and the registrant fails to submit, within ten days of the effective date of the cancellation, a new liability insurance policy that meets the requirements of these rules, the Department shall revoke the registration.
(2) No trauma scene waste management practitioner or insurance carrier shall cancel, or cause to be canceled, a bond issued pursuant to these unless the Department is informed in writing by a certified letter at least 30 days prior to the proposed cancellation.
(a) If the trauma scene waste management practitioner or surety cancels the bond and the registrant fails to submit, within ten days of the effective date of the cancellation, a new bond that meets the requirements of these rules, the Department shall revoke the registration.