Or. Admin. R. 820-005-0066 - Photogrammetric - Work
Current through Register Vol. 61, No. 4, April 1, 2022
"Photogrammetric work" is work performed after a person is 18 years old and involves work of a higher grade and responsibility than that defined as "technician work." Credit for photogrammetric work will only be given for time worked such that persons performing work for more than one entity during a given period of time will not receive multiple credit for dates worked. Time spent teaching photogrammetric mapping after graduation is "photogrammetric work." Work performed in conjunction with a course of study provided by a community college, college, university, or any other educational program, for which tuition or similar payment is made, credit is earned, or as a requirement of the program, will not be considered "photogrammetric work."
Stat. Auth.: ORS 670.310 & 672.255
Stats. Implemented: ORS 672.002 - 372.325
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