EMERGENCY PLAN APPROVAL. The plan must be submitted for review and approval to the local emergency management agency.
(a) If the local emergency management agency requires revisions to the emergency management plan, such revisions must be made and the plan resubmitted to the local office within 30 days of receiving notification that the plan must be revised.
(b) A new facility as described in rule 59A-36.014, F.A.C., and facilities whose ownership has been transferred, must submit an emergency management plan within 30 days after obtaining a license.
(c) The facility must review its emergency management plan on an annual basis. Any substantive changes must be submitted to the local emergency agency for review and approval.
- Changes in the name, address, telephone number, or position of staff listed in the plan are not considered substantive revisions for the purposes of this rule.
- Changes in the identification of specific staff must be submitted to the local emergency management agency annually as a signed and dated addendum that is not subject to review and approval.
(d) The local emergency management agency is the final administrative authority for emergency management plans prepared by assisted living facilities.
(e) Any plan approved by the local emergency management agency is considered to have met all the criteria and conditions established in this rule.