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clearance before they have unsupervised access. The DSHS Background Check Central Unit (BCCU) must <br />be utilized to obtain background clearance. <br />3) If SUBCONTRACTOR reviews the application and elects to hire or retain an individual after receiving <br />notice that the applicant has a conviction for an offense that would disqualify the applicant from having <br />unsupervised access to vulnerable adults as defined in Chapter 74.34 RCW, then DDA shall deny payment <br />for any subsequent services rendered by the disqualified individual provider. <br />4) SUBCONTRACTOR is required pursuant to RCW 74.15.030, that if any prospective employee who has not <br />resided in Washington State during the last three years, and who will or may have unsupervised access to a <br />vulnerable person with a developmental disability in the course of his or her employment, or involvement <br />with the business or organization, must have an F.B.I. Fingerprint Check before they have unsupervised <br />access and before prospective employer begins working. The DSHS Background Check Central Unit <br />(BCCU) must be utilized to obtain background clearance. <br />5) SUBCONTRACTOR is required to repeat the background/criminal history clearance for all employees or <br />volunteers who will or may have unsupervised access to a vulnerable person with a developmental disability <br />in the course of his or her employment, or involvement with the business or organization, every three years. <br />The DSHS Background Check Central Unit (BCCU) must be utilized to obtain background clearance in <br />accordance with RCW 43.43.830-845, RCW 74.15.030 and Chapter 388-06 WAC. <br />6) SUBCONTRACTOR will provide Early Intervention Services to infants and toddlers determined eligible <br />by DSHS/DDA in accordance with the following policies, laws, and regulations and will comply with all <br />applicable federal state and local laws, rules, and regulations in implementing this contract. <br />a)Federal Law <br />• Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) (http://www.usdoj.gov/crt/ada/adahoml.htm) <br />• Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Part C (http://idea.ed.izov/) <br />• Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) (http://www.dol.gov/esa/whd/flsa/) <br />• Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (littp://www.ed.gov/polic}_/speced/reg/narrative.html) <br />b)Revised Code of Washington (RCW) <br />• 26.44 <br />Abuse of Children <br />• 49.46 <br />Minimum Wage Act <br />• 42.56 <br />Public Records Act <br />• 43.43.830 - 845 <br />Background Checks <br />• 49.17 <br />Washington Industrial Safety & Health Act <br />• 71A.14.070 <br />Confidentiality of Information, Oath <br />• 74.15.30 <br />Background Checks, health and safety <br />• 71A.12 <br />Developmental Disabilities <br />c)Washington Administrative Code (WAC) <br />• 296-24 General Safety & Health <br />• 296-62 General Occupational Health Standards <br />• 388-823 Developmental Disabilities Administration Service Rules <br />• 388-825 Developmental Disabilities Administration Services <br />• 170-400 Department of Early Learning <br />d)DDA Policies hnps://www.dshs.wa.pov/dda/policies-and-ruies/Tolicy-manual <br />• 5.01 Background Authorizations <br />• 5.06 Client Rights <br />• 5.19 Positive Behavior Support for Children & Youth <br />• 6.08 Mandatory Reporting <br />• 6.13 Day Program Provider Qualifications <br />CONCERNED CITIZENS Contract 2018-2019 <br />