Or. Admin. R. 875-011-0015 - Compliance with Governor's Emergency Executive Orders and Guidance

(1) During a declared emergency, unprofessional or dishonorable conduct includes failing to comply with any applicable provision of a Governor's Emergency Executive Order or any provision of this rule.
(2) Failing to comply as described in subsection (1) includes, but is not limited to:
(a) Operating a business required by an Emergency Executive Order to be closed;
(b) Providing services at a business required by an Emergency Executive Order to be closed;
(c) Failing to comply with Oregon Health Authority (OHA) guidance implementing an Emergency Executive Order, including but not limited to:
(A) Failing to satisfy required criteria in OHA guidance prior to resuming elective and non-emergent procedures;
(B) Failing to implement a measured approach when resuming elective and non-emergent procedures in accordance with OHA guidance;
(d) Failing to comply with any Board guidance implementing an Emergency Executive Order.
(3) Failure to abide by the requirements of this rule may result in disciplinary action by the Board.
(4) No disciplinary action or penalty action shall be taken under this rule if the Emergency Executive Order alleged to have been violated is not in effect at the time of the alleged violation.
(5) Penalties for violating this rule are those authorized under ORS 686.150. Any such penalties shall be imposed in accordance with ORS Ch. 183.
(6) This rule shall remain in effect so long as an associated declared state of emergency is in effect. When the declared state of emergency is not in effect, this rule will not be effective.

Notes

Or. Admin. R. 875-011-0015
VMEB 1-2021, adopt filed 04/30/2021, effective 5/1/2021

Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 686.210

Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 686

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