OAR 330-230-0050
Inspection or Review Outcomes


A project will pass inspection or review if sufficient information is available for the department to verify the statements made in an application, or conformance with conditions of a certification or performance agreement.


The department may record that the inspected project has failed an inspection if:


The applicant fails to provide a reasonable opportunity for the department to conduct an inspection or review,


The applicant fails to provide sufficient and safe access to the project,


The project is not operational,


The applicant or project owner misses a scheduled inspection or review appointment without notice to the department,


The project does not conform to the preliminary certificate, application for preliminary certification, ORS chapter 469B or any applicable rules or standards adopted by the director, or


The project does not comply with the performance agreement.


The department will review and may approve an application for a project that has failed a project inspection, if the applicant provides information explaining the reason or justification for the discrepancies and demonstrates the reason for the failure noted under (2)(e) and (2)(f) of this section. The project must also meet all other program requirements. Applicants must submit requested information within 30 calendar days of notification of the failed inspection.

Source: Rule 330-230-0050 — Inspection or Review Outcomes, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=330-230-0050.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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