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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

Proposed rules for the Board of Certified Advanced Estheticians were filed with the Secretary of State's Office for publication in the May 2018, Oregon Bulletin. You are invited to review the proposed rules and provide written comments from Tuesday, May 1 through Thursday, May 31, 2018, at 5 p.m.

A public administrative rule hearing has been scheduled for Tuesday, May 22, 2018, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Health Licensing Office, 1430 Tandem Ave. NE, Suite 180, Salem, OR 97301. Administrative rules are scheduled to become permanent and effective on June 15, 2018.

Recently adopted rules

Permanent and Temporary rules were adopted by the Board on December 14, 2017, and became effective on January 1, 2018. Permanent rules included definitions, fees and repealing of all grandfathering provisions which expired on December 31, 2017

Due to extensive public comment and confusion about the rulemaking process, temporary rules were filed in order to implement the advanced esthetic program and supersede the grandfathering provisions. Temporary rules are good for 180 days beginning January 1, 2018, and expiring June 29, 2018. Temporary rules currently in place include board procedures, education and certification requirements, minimum practice standards and civil penalties.

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

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