OAR 333-062-0025
Approval to Construct

(1) No person shall construct a public spa pool or bathhouse adjacent thereto, or alter any such structures without:
(a) Submitting complete plans and specifications to the Division;
(b) Paying the stipulated plan review fee to the Division; and
(c) Receiving a written plan approval or conditional approval from the Division.
(2) Plans, specifications, and fees required herein shall be submitted at the time the application is filed.
(3) No person shall deviate from the approved or conditionally approved plans and specifications during the construction or alteration of a facility described in section (1) of this rule without the written approval of the Division.
(4)(a) The Division may issue a conditional plan approval where the plans and specifications for the proposed public spa pool demonstrate a new technology or alternative mode of operation not contemplated in these rules. Such a conditional plan approval may be issued only when the proponent of the facility has provided information to the Division from which the Division determines that the spa pool may be reasonably expected to:
(A) Operate continuously in a clean and sanitary manner;
(B) Not constitute a menace to public health or safety; and
(C) Provide health and safety protection equal to or greater than that required by these rules.
(b) The conditional plan approval may impose conditions which will be set forth in a license for operation. These conditions may include but not be limited to submission of monitoring reports, sampling requirements, use restrictions, and such other conditions as the Division may deem necessary to protect the public health and safety or to further establish the Division’s expectancy of such protection. Furthermore, any license issued subject to a conditional plan approval shall carry the condition that by its acceptance the holder understands that a conditional license may not be renewed, may be revoked or suspended, or a permanent license not issued in the future, if the Division determines that the provisions of paragraphs (4)(a)(A), (B) and (C) of this rule are not met. Such conditional plan approval authority is not conferred upon any county notwithstanding any delegated or contractual authority in administration and enforcement of the public spa pool statutes and rules.

Source: Rule 333-062-0025 — Approval to Construct, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=333-062-0025.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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