Or. Admin. R. 855-007-0086 - Compliance with Governor's Executive Orders

(1) During a declared emergency, unprofessional conduct includes failing to comply with any applicable provision of a Governor's Executive Orders or any provision of this rule.
(2) Failing to comply as described in subsection (1) includes, but is not limited to:
(a) Failing to comply with any requirements of a Board of Pharmacy guidance implementing an Executive Order; and,
(b) Failing to comply with Oregon Health Authority (OHA) guidance implementing an Executive Order, including but not limited to:
(A) Failing to satisfy required criteria in OHA guidance prior to resuming elective and non-emergent patient care services or procedures;
(B) Failing to implement a measured approach when resuming elective and non-emergent patient care services or procedures in accordance with OHA guidance;
(C) Failing to screen individuals or clients in accordance with OHA guidance prior to providing services;
(D) Failing to implement OHA guidance on mask and face covering and physical distancing for businesses; and
(E) Failing to clean and disinfect in accordance with OHA guidance.
(3) No disciplinary action or penalty action shall be taken under this rule if the Executive Order alleged to have been violated is not in effect at the time of the alleged violation.
(4) Penalties for violating this rule may include, but are not limited to: civil penalties, restrictions on licensure, probation, suspension, and revocation. Any such penalties shall be imposed in accordance with ORS Ch. 183.


Or. Admin. R. 855-007-0086
BP 10-2020, temporary adopt filed 07/16/2020, effective 7/16/2020 through 1/11/2021; BP 95-2020, adopt filed 12/23/2020, effective 12/23/2020

Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 689.205

Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 689.151

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