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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 24. Transportation and Motor Vehicles
Agency 35. Commission on the Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program
Chapter 20. Policy and Procedure Manual

24VAC35-20-100. Action on Certification.

An ASAP (Alcohol Safety Action Program) shall be certified by the Commission on VASAP (Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program). When an ASAP is found out of compliance in a review area by the certification team, the ASAP will complete a plan of action setting out the procedures to be followed to attain compliance. This submission must be within 10 days of notification by the review team. A follow-up team representing the commission shall then make an additional visit to validate that corrective action has been taken and make a recommendation for certification if the program is found to be compliant, a program may seek a waiver from a certification standard as provided in Category 8 of the Certification Manual, 24VAC35-40-10 et seq.

Certification shall be revoked if an ASAP fails to continue to meet any standard for certification.

Statutory Authority

§§ 18.2-271.1 and 18.2-271.2 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR647-01-02 § 3.3, eff. September 13, 1989; amended, Volume 07, Issue 09, eff. February 28, 1991.

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