|(a) Upon request of the department, a registrant or
permit holder may be provided up to 24 hours, excluding weekends and
holidays, to produce any or all records required to be maintained
on site for inspection by the department.
(b) All registrants authorized to maintain an offsite
central record keeping system shall, upon request, produce the requested
records within two business days.
(c) If an individual maintains a record under this
chapter using an automated data processing system and if the individual
does not have a printer available on site, the individual must:
(1) Make a useable copy available to the department
at the close of business the day after the audit; and
(2) Certify that the information contained within the
copy is true and correct as of the date of audit and has not been
altered, amended, or modified.
(d) No individual in charge of a premise, item, or
record covered by the Act or this subchapter may refuse, or interfere
with, an inspection. Refusal or interference by an applicant or permit
holder may be a ground for the department to deny the application
or suspend or revoke the permit.