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Board of Certified Advanced Estheticians - Laws and Rules

Laws

Board of Certified Advanced Estheticians Laws - ORS 676.630-660

Board of Certified Advanced Estheticians Laws (unofficial user friendly copy) - ORS 676.630-660

Health Licensing Office Laws - ORS 676.560-625 and 676.992

Health Licensing Office Laws (unofficial user friendly copy) - ORS 676.560-625 and 676.992

Rules

Board of Certified Advanced Estheticians Rules - OAR Chapter 819, Divisions 005-050

Board of Certified Advanced Estheticians Rules (unofficial user friendly copy) - OAR Chapter 819, Divisions 005-050

Health Licensing Office Rules - OAR Chapter 331, Divisions 001-030

Health Licensing Office Rules (unofficial user friendly copy) - OAR Chapter 331, Divisions 001-030

Current Rulemaking

The Board of Certified Advanced Estheticians is currently engaged in rulemaking to establish licensing and practice standards after the end of the grandfathering period. This includes the creation of a qualification committee and a rules workgroup. To learn more, see the administrative rule schedule.

Recently adopted rules

The Board of Certified Advanced Estheticians adopted permanent administrative rules on Oct. 16, 2016, regulating advanced nonablative esthetics in Oregon. During the 2015 Legislative Session, House Bill 2642 was enacted, which created the Board of Certified Advanced Estheticians in Oregon. The purpose of the Board is to oversee and regulate the practice of advanced nonablative esthetics, including the use of lasers and other devices registered with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Administrative rules became effective on Jan. 3, 2017.
 
These rules include details on the examinations that have been approved for permanent licensure of advanced estheticians during the grandfathering period, which runs through the end of 2017. For more details on exams, the HLO published this letter.

For more information, see the page on how to get your certification.

For questions related to administrative rules or the rulemaking proces, please email Samie Patnode, Policy Analyst, at samie.patnode@state.or.us

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