Florida Senate - 2021                        COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
       Bill No. SB 1096
                              LEGISLATIVE ACTION                        
                    Senate             .             House              
                  Comm: RCS            .                                
                  03/11/2021           .                                

       The Committee on Children, Families, and Elder Affairs (Book)
       recommended the following:
    1         Senate Amendment 
    3         Delete lines 36 - 67
    4  and insert:
    5         Section 2. Section 402.3132, Florida Statutes, is created
    6  to read:
    7         402.3132Summer day camps and summer 24-hour camps.—
    8         (1)The provisions of ss. 402.301-402.319, with the
    9  exception of the requirements regarding the screening of child
   10  care personnel, do not apply to a summer day camp or a summer
   11  24-hour camp. However, a summer day camp or a summer 24-hour
   12  camp shall meet the minimum requirements of the local governing
   13  body as to health, sanitation, and safety, if applicable, and
   14  shall meet the child care personnel screening requirements in
   15  ss. 402.305 and 402.3055.
   16         (2) Failure by a summer day camp or a summer 24-hour camp
   17  to comply with such screening requirements shall result in the
   18  loss of the camp’s ability to operate.
   19         (3) The department may not license summer day camps or
   20  summer 24-hours camps. However, the department shall have access
   21  to the personnel records of such facilities to ensure compliance
   22  with the screening requirements. The department may adopt rules
   23  relating to the screening requirements for summer day camps and
   24  summer 24-hour camps.
   25         (4) The department or local licensing agency may commence
   26  and maintain all proper and necessary actions and proceedings
   27  for any of the following purposes:
   28         (a)To protect the health, sanitation, safety, and well
   29  being of all children under care.
   30         (b)To enforce its rules and regulations.
   31         (c)To apply for injunction to the proper circuit court.
   32  The judge of such court shall have jurisdiction upon hearing and
   33  for cause shown to grant a temporary or permanent injunction
   34  restraining any person or entity from willfully and knowingly
   35  violating or continuing to violate any of the child care
   36  personnel screening requirements in ss. 402.305 and 402.3055,
   37  including refusing to terminate the employment of personnel
   38  found to be in noncompliance.
   39         (d)To impose an administrative fine, not to exceed $100
   40  per violation per day, for each violation of the child care
   41  personnel screening requirements in ss. 402.305 and 402.3055.
   42         (5)To be in compliance with the requirements of this
   43  section, all summer camps or 24-hour summer camps must register
   44  with the department for inclusion in the department’s summer
   45  camp listing.