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An 'SOA Registration' entity is one that:
OAR 333-024-0365(1) states, "It shall be unlawful for any entity to perform any on-site test for non-medical substance of abuse screening tests prior to filing a registration form with the Public Health Division (the "Division") of the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and payment of the registration fee..."
CMS/CLIA September 5, 2008 LetterGuidance regarding the circumstances when laboratories performing drug or alcohol screening and/or testing must be CLIA certified (pdf)
call the Laboratory Compliance Program 503-693-4125 to request a packet. We will ask you about your testing kit and/or kit manufacturer to ensure FDA Approval has been granted for your testing product.
Oregon law provides exceptions to the SOA Registration requirement. If you qualify for at least one of the following exceptions you need not apply for an SOA Registration:
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