(225 ILCS 312/105)
    (Section scheduled to be repealed on January 1, 2028)
    Sec. 105. Enforcement; investigation.
    (a) It shall be the duty of the Administrator to develop an enforcement program to ensure compliance with rules and requirements referenced in this Act. This shall include, but shall not be limited to, rules for identification of property locations that are subject to the rules and requirements; issuing notifications to violating property owners or operators, random on-site inspections, and tests on existing installations; witnessing periodic inspections and testing in order to ensure satisfactory performance by licensed persons, firms, or companies; and assisting in development of public awareness programs.
    (b) Any person may make a request for an investigation into an alleged violation of this Act by giving notice to the Administrator or Local Administrator of such violation or danger. The notice shall be in writing, shall set forth with reasonable particularity the grounds for the notice, and shall be signed by the person making the request. Upon the request of any person signing the notice, the person's name shall not appear on any copy of the notice or any record published, released, or made available. If the Local Administrator determines that there are reasonable grounds to believe that such violation or danger exists, the Local Administrator shall forward the request for an investigation to the Administrator.
    (c) If, upon receipt of such notification, the Administrator determines that there are reasonable grounds to believe that such violation or danger exists, the Administrator shall cause to be made or permit the Local Administrator to conduct an investigation in accordance with the provisions of this Act as soon as practicable to determine if such violation or danger exists. If the Administrator determines that there are no reasonable grounds to believe that a violation or danger exists, he or she shall notify the party in writing of such determination.
    (d) (Blank).
    (e) An injury caused by the malfunction of a conveyance shall be reported to the Administrator by the property owner, the lessee, or the party otherwise responsible for the premises where the conveyance is located and the injury occurred. The injury shall be reported within 2 business days of its occurrence and may be reported either in writing or electronically.
(Source: P.A. 99-22, eff. 1-1-16.)