Current through Register Vol. 61, No. 4, April 1, 2022
A Local SDSP must notify the Program
within 10 business days of any change that brings the Local SDSP out of
compliance with the certification requirements. A Local SDSP must submit a
waiver to the Program that includes:
Explanation of the non-compliant requirement;
(b) Plan for corrective action; and
(c) Date for compliance.
(2) The Program will review the waiver
request and inform the Local SDSP of approval or denial of the waiver within 10
business days of submission. Services may be provided until the Local SDSP has
been notified of its waiver request.
(3) If the waiver is approved, the Local SDSP
will be provided provisional certification and must comply with certification
requirements by the proposed date of compliance.
If a waiver is denied; a Local SDSP does
not come into compliance by the date of compliance stated on the waiver; or a
Local SDSP is out of compliance with certification requirements and has not
submitted a waiver, the Program, in its discretion, shall:
(a) Require the Local SDSP to complete an
additional waiver with an updated plan for corrective action and updated date
(b) Require the
Local SDSP to complete a waiver to satisfy the requirements in section (1) of
(c) Issue a written
warning with a timeline for corrective action; or
(d) Issue a letter of non-compliance with the
notification of a suspension or decertification status. The Program will notify
the CCO operating in the community and Local SDSP schools that a Local SDSP has
been suspended or decertified. Dental sealants may not be provided in the
school until the Local SDSP is certified.
(5) A Local SDSP that had been decertified
may be reinstated after reapplying for certification.
(6) A Local SDSP with suspended certification
status may have its suspension lifted once the Program determines that
compliance with certification requirements has been satisfactorily achieved.
The Program will notify the CCOs operating in the community and schools that
the Local SDSP's suspension has been lifted and that dental sealants may now be
provided in the school.
there are updates to the current rules that require a Local SDSP to make any
operational changes, the Program will allow the Local SDSP until the beginning
of the next certification year or a minimum of 90 days to come into compliance.
This does not apply to rules amended during a declared state of emergency or
public health emergency, or where the rule explicitly states a Local SDSP must
Or. Admin. R.
2-2016, f. & cert. ef.
3-2018, amend filed 01/16/2018, effective
8-2022, amend filed 01/28/2022, effective
Statutory/Other Authority: ORS
Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS