ORS and OARs
The Oregon Health Authority's (OHA) Lead-Based Paint Program regulates the activities of businesses, agencies and/or individuals who work with lead-based paint. All certification and regulatory requirements are developed from current laws.
The laws governing the activities and scope of the Lead-Based Paint Program are defined in the Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS). Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) determine how those laws will be implemented.
The statutes and rules pertaining to the OHA's lead-based paint program include:
Oregon Revised Statutes
ORS 431.917 - Lead Poisoning
ORS 431.918 - Definitions for ORS 431.920 and 431.922
ORS 431.920 - Power of OHA to Regulate Lead-Based Paint Activities
ORS 431.922 - Performance of Lead-Based Paint Activities Without Certification Prohibited
Oregon Administrative Rules
OAR 333-068 - Accreditation of Training Programs for Professionals Engaged in Lead-Based Paint Activities
OAR 333-069 - Certification of Individuals and Firms Engaged in Lead-Based Paint Activities
OAR 333-070 - Pre-Renovation Education and Renovation, Repair, and Painting Activities Involving Lead-Based Paint.
Statutes and Rules governing the activities of Construction Contractors Board (CCB) of Oregon as they related to lead-based paint renovation and abatement include
ORS (701.505) - Definition for ORS 701.505 to 701.515
ORS (701.515) - Licensing System - OAR 812-007