§ 128.53. Recordkeeping.
(a) A pesticide application business employing a technician shall keep records of training provided to meet the requirements of § 128.51 (relating to training program).
(b) The pesticide application business shall keep as part of its records proof of personal identification for all technicians by retaining copies of a photo identification document issued by an agency of the United States Government or affiliated jurisdiction (that is, state or territory), such as a drivers license, valid passport, military identification card or an immigration card; or at least two nonphoto identification documents one of which must be a United States Government issued document bearing the persons signature, such as a Social Security card. The other nonphoto identification documents must identify the holder by name and address. All copies of identification documents must be secured in a manner to prevent identity theft or unauthorized access.
(c) A record required to be kept under this section shall be maintained for at least 3 years and completed in written or printable form no later than 24 hours after the training and shall be made immediately available to the Department upon request.
The provisions of this § 128.53 amended under section 7(b)(2) of the Pennsylvania Pesticide Control Act of 1973 (3 P. S. § 111.27(b)(2)).
The provisions of this § 128.53 amended December 10, 2010, effective December 11, 2010, 40 Pa.B. 7044. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (305262).
This section cited in 7 Pa. Code § 130d.4 (relating to retained recordkeeping).
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