(A) Each licensed MTO shall comply with all occupational safety and health administration-bloodborne pathogens regulations as defined by 29 C.F.R. 1910.1030 .
(B) A licensed MTO shall ensure that sanitation procedures are provided to all personnel in a written document that conforms with current standards as set forth in occupational safety and health administration-bloodborne pathogens protocol.
(C) A licensed MTO shall maintain and follow a written sanitation plan that conforms with the latest bloodborne pathogen standards as written by the occupational safety and health administration. The following documentation shall be maintained for each vehicle:
(1) Sanitation schedule;
(2) Date the sanitation was completed;
(3) Documentation of who performed sanitation.
(D) All licensed MTOs shall establish a written policy governing the use of emergency lights and audible warning devices pursuant to section 4511.24 of the Revised Code which shall be made available for the board's inspection.