Rule 5101:2-5-06 | Corrective action plans.
(A) An agency shall submit a corrective action plan, as prescribed by the Ohio department of job and family services (ODJFS), for any finding of noncompliance cited by ODJFS on a summary of noncompliance, through the Ohio certification and licensing management system (OCALM) within fifteen working days of the exit interview or of the receipt of an appeal decision pursuant to rule 5101:2-5-05 of the Administrative Code. An agency may take longer than fifteen days to submit the corrective action plan if the agency has requested and received an extension from ODJFS.
(B) A corrective action plan submitted by an agency pursuant to paragraph (A) of this rule shall specify:
(1) What the agency is going to do to correct an area of noncompliance.
(2) How noncompliance will be prevented in the future.
(3) Who in the agency will be responsible for the implementation of the corrective action plan.
(4) How the agency will document the corrective action plan has been implemented.
(C) The timeframe for implementation of all corrective action plans shall be no longer than thirty calendar days from the date ODJFS approves the corrective action plan unless more time is given by written approval of the appropriate ODJFS licensing supervisor.
(D) When a corrective action plan is disapproved by ODJFS, the agency shall submit another corrective action plan to ODJFS within ten working days of receipt of the ODJFS written notification that the corrective action plan was disapproved. The action of ODJFS to approve or disapprove a corrective action plan shall have no effect on the decision of ODJFS to deny or revoke an agency's certification.