(1) local fire marshal's certificate;
(2) insurance governing fire, replacement value and general liability, third parties and auto liability;
(3) bacteriological report for facilities using a private water supply system; and
(4) public health official report for septic systems other than a city sewer system.
(b) A plan for all direct contact personnel to have completed training in the following prior to the opening of a new residence:
(1) communicable disease/food handling;
(2) signs and symptoms of illness;
(3) individual basic health and behavioral needs;
(4) daily routines of the residence; and
(5) emergency procedures.
(c) Assure that medication shall be administered by those who are certified or licensed in accordance with Section 20-14h CGS and the regulations promulgated thereunder.
(d) If an existing corporation, a copy of a financial audit conducted within one year by an independent licensed or certified public accountant.
(e) For any residence housing more than four individuals, a non-refundable licensing fee of fifty dollars payable to the treasurer, State of Connecticut, is required.
(Effective October 1, 1992)