New Jersey Revised Statutes § 13:1k-27 - Right-of-entry; Recordkeeping

13:1K-27. Right-of-entry; recordkeeping
a. The department has the right to enter any facility at any time in order to verify compliance with the provisions of this act and the quality of all work performed pursuant to this act except that facility owners or operators shall be under no obligation to employ any personnel solely to assure access to the facility by the department when this access would otherwise be impossible.

b. The department shall develop and establish, pursuant to regulation, and enforce a system of recordkeeping, which system shall require the owner or operator of each facility registered pursuant to section 4 of this act to report to the department on all risk assessment and risk reduction efforts undertaken pursuant to this act, all ongoing maintenance measures taken, all unanticipated and unusual events, and any other information the department deems appropriate, and which shall be so designed as to prevent the destruction or alteration of information and data contained in those records.

These regulations shall also establish strict penalties, or other sanctions, to be assessed against any party guilty of destroying or tampering with any records required to be kept pursuant to this act.

L. 1985, c. 403, s. 9, eff. Jan. 8, 1986.

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