Wash. Admin. Code § 296-128-065 - Conditions for granting a certificate
Current through Register Vol. 21-18, September 15, 2021
§ 4, Regulation 294.6.005, filed 12/30/60.
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Conditions for granting a certificate.
(1) If the application is in proper form and sets forth facts showing:
(a) A subminimum wage is necessary to prevent curtailment of the worker with a disability's opportunities for employment;
(b) The disability impairs the earning capacity of the worker for the work he or she is to perform, a certificate may be issued.
(2) The director or an authorized representative may require the submission of additional information to that shown on the application and may require the worker with a disability to take a medical examination where it is deemed necessary in order to determine whether or not the issuance of a certificate is justified.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 49.46.810. WSR 17-21-092, § 296-128-065, filed 10/17/17, effective 1/1/18; § 4, Regulation 294.6.005, filed 12/30/60.]