Or. Admin. R. 808-003-0620 - Workers' Compensation Insurance

(1) A nonexempt applicant for the landscape contracting business license or renewal shall submit a "Certificate of Insurance" (certificate) from an insurance company authorized to do business in Oregon, as required by ORS 671.565 and will continue to meet those insurance requirements for as long as the applicant is licensed. The certificate shall include the name of the insurance company, policy number, and coverage amount.
(2) The name of the entity as it appears on the certificate must be the same as the name on the landscape contracting business license application or license of record with the agency and the same entity name filed at the Oregon Corporation Division (if applicable).
(3) A landscape contracting business must continuously have in effect workers' compensation insurance during the licensing period to maintain an active license if the landscape contracting business has employees.
(4) A new certificate must be on file with the agency prior to the expiration date on the previous certificate. If the policy expires and a new certificate is not received on or before 5 pm on the day of policy expiration and the landscape contracting business has not changed the employer status designation to exempt, the agency may suspend the landscape contracting business license.
(5) Upon cancellation of the workers' compensation insurance required under ORS 671.565 the agency may immediately suspend the landscape contracting business license as provided for in 671.610(2)(c).
(6) If a landscape contracting business is licensed as a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, limited partnership, joint venture, corporation, limited liability company, business trust or any other entity and seeks to change the licensed entity to one of the other entity types and a new license is required, the application must be accompanied by a new certificate.
(7) A landscape contracting business that is licensed as exempt and has entered into a contract with a worker leasing company or temporary service provider for the supplying of workers shall provide documentation to the agency within 10 days of entering into the contract that the landscape contracting business has verified the maintenance of the workers' compensation insurance coverage for all employees supplied by the leasing company or temporary service provider for the use of the landscape contracting business. Such verification must also be provided during an investigation or site check or at any other time the agency requests it.

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Or. Admin. R. 808-003-0620
LCB 13-2011, f. 12-29-11, cert. ef. 1-1-12

Stat. Auth.: ORS 670.310 & 671.670

Stats. Implemented: ORS 671.565, 671.610 & 2011 OL Ch. 283

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