General Rules Applicable to All Programs
(1)The purpose of these rules is to establish standards under which local public health authorities shall provide environmental health services to establishments and facilities licensed under ORS Chapters 446, 448 and 624.
(a)“Administrative Costs” means those costs that are over the direct costs of providing delegated program services. These include actual departmental, agency or central government charges such as, but not limited to, accounting, purchasing, human resources, data management, legal council and central mail functions;
(b)“Administrator” means the assistant director for the Public Health Division of the Authority or an authorized representative;
(c)“Authority” means the Oregon Health Authority.
(d)“Complete Inspection” means the evaluation of a licensed establishment or facility conducted at the election of the local public health authority for compliance with all applicable regulations;
(e)“Consultation Services Remittance” means the biennial assessment of the Authority for consultation services and maintenance of the Foodborne Illness Prevention, Public Swimming Pool and Tourist Facility Programs;
(f)“Direct Costs” mean those costs for salaries and benefits of field and support staff and their associated costs including, but not limited to, rent, vehicles and travel, equipment, data management, training, phone, office supplies and the pro-rated portion of direct costs relating to supervision;
(g)“Fiscal Audit” means a comprehensive audit using standard audit procedures of the financial records of the local public health authority related to licenses and fees;
(h)“Local Public Health Authority” means county governments or health districts established under ORS 431.414 that are responsible for management of local public health services;
(i)“Recheck Inspection” means an inspection to determine whether specified corrections have been made or alternative procedures maintained for violations identified in previous inspections. In food service establishments, a recheck inspection also means an inspection to determine whether specific corrections have been maintained for violations creating a significantly increased risk for foodborne illness. Recheck inspections may be conducted either on pre-announced dates or unannounced.
Rule 333-012-0050 — General Rules Applicable to All Programs,