(A) Electrical systems installed in camps shall be approved, installed, and maintained in accordance with the provisions of the "National Electric Code," as amended.
(B) When, in the opinion of the local health district, an electrical hazard exists, they may:
(1) Allow the camp operator to abate the hazard;
(2) Require written verification by a licensed contractor that a hazard does not exist; or
(3) Require written verification by a licensed contractor that proper repairs have been made to abate the hazard. Repairs that are necessary will apply only towards abating the hazard and will not be cause to renovate the entire electrical system due to other nonconforming issues with the current version of the NEC unless the licensed contractor verifies such renovation is necessary to abate the hazard.
(C) Written verification of the most recent permits and any documents from a licensed contractor certifying work performed within the camp shall be maintained on file at the camp for review by the local health district.
(D) Whenever electrical service is available to the camp, all public service buildings shall be provided with external lighting sufficient to provide illumination and visibility.