License Denial, Suspension, Revocation
(1)The Department may deny issuance of, suspend or revoke a license for fraud or deceit if the service provider or supervisor:
(a)Fraudulently obtains or attempts to obtain a license; or
(b)Knowingly signs required forms containing false information.
(2)The Department may also deny issuance of, suspend or revoke a license if the service provider or supervisor fails to comply with any applicable local, state or federal regulations pertaining to the performance of heating oil tank services or demonstrates negligence or incompetence, including but not limited to situations where the service provider or supervisor:
(a)Fails to employ and designate a licensed supervisor for each project;
(b)Fails to maintain required insurance;
(c)Fails to maintain appropriate registration with the Oregon Construction Contractors Board;
(d)Fails to resolve heating oil tank compliance related violations in accordance with an enforcement schedule or order issued by the Department;
(e)Fails to make corrections specified by the Department as the result of the Department’s rejection of a decommissioning or cleanup report certified by the service provider;
(f)Fails to correct deficiencies noted by the Department for an incomplete license application;
(g)Fails to maintain a current address with the Department; or
(h)Fails at any time to satisfy the requirements for a license.
(3)A service provider or supervisor who has an application denied or license suspended or revoked may reapply for a license after demonstrating to the Department that the cause of the denial, suspension, or revocation has been resolved.
(4)Procedures for license denial, suspension, and revocation will be conducted in accordance with the appropriate provisions of ORS 183.310 (Definitions for chapter) to 183.550 and OAR 340, division 11.
Rule 340-163-0110 — License Denial, Suspension, Revocation,