Oregon Statutes - Chapter 431 - State and Local Administration and Enforcement of Health Laws - Section 431.920 - Training provider accreditation; lead poisoning prevention programs; fees.

The Department of Human Services shall:

(1) Develop accreditation programs for training providers;

(2) Prescribe the requirements for and the manner of testing the competency of license applicants for the protection of the public and as required by federal law;

(3) Prescribe those actions or circumstances that constitute failure to achieve or maintain competency, or that otherwise are contrary to the public interest, for which the agency may refuse to issue or renew or may suspend or revoke a certification;

(4) Develop and conduct programs to screen blood lead levels, to identify hazards and to educate the public, including parents, residential dwelling owners and child care facility operators, about the dangers of lead-based paint hazards and of appropriate precautions that should be taken to reduce the possibility of childhood lead poisoning; and

(5) Impose fees to the extent necessary to pay the costs of the following:

(a) Certification of training curriculums, up to $1,500;

(b) Annual renewal of training providers and curriculums, up to $500;

(c) Certification of trainers, up to $500;

(d) Annual renewal of trainerís certification, up to $250; and

(e) Certification test, up to $85. [1995 c.795 §6]

Note: 431.920 was enacted into law by the Legislative Assembly but was not added to or made a part of ORS chapter 431 or any series therein by legislative action. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.

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