Rule 3701-25-04 | Responsibility of camp operator.
The camp operator shall:
(A) Establish rules governing the operation and maintenance of the camp. Such rules shall be given to the patrons as they initially enter the camp or be conspicuously posted. The rules shall include, but not be limited to:
(1) Safety information;
(2) Traffic control;
(3) Noise control;
(4) Use of hazardous materials and fire safety;
(5) Registration of camp visitors; and
(6) Aquatic recreation area safety, if applicable.
(B) Prevent and abate any nuisances within the camp;
(C) Maintain vehicular access, as appropriate, throughout the camp at all times the camp is in use. Camp roads and walkways shall be maintained to provide all-weather access at all times the camp is in use;
(D) Ensure at least one responsible adult is available at all times the camp is in operation;
(E) Ensure the camp is properly drained and kept free of trash and debris;
(F) Implement insect and rodent control measures whenever an insect or rodent nuisance exists;
(G) Reasonably control noxious plants such as poison ivy, poison sumac and other plants which could constitute a hazard to patrons in public use areas;
(H) Require the registration of all pets and service animals that are permitted within the camp prior to entry. All dogs must have proof of current rabies vaccination;
(I) Promptly report to the health commissioner of the health district where the camp is located cases of either domestic or wild animal bites inflicted upon any person in the camp; and
(J) Promptly notify the health commissioner of any known cases of communicable disease and in the event of an outbreak, comply with the orders given by the health commissioner.
Last updated September 16, 2021 at 1:34 PM