OAR 345-029-0510
Report by a Responsible Party


Whenever a responsible party becomes aware of conditions or circumstances that may constitute or result in a violation described under OAR 345-029-0503 (Applicability of OAR 345-029-0505 through 345-029-0560), the responsible party must:


Within 72 hours after discovering the conditions or circumstances, provide written notice of the conditions or circumstances to the Director. The notice must include:


A description of the conditions or circumstances;


The date of discovery of the conditions or circumstances;


A description of the immediate actions the responsible party has taken or intends to take to correct or mitigate conditions or circumstances. The description must explain whether and how the actions have prevented or will prevent a violation from occurring, and when any actions not yet taken are expected to be completed; and


A description of how the conditions or circumstances were discovered, including whether they were discovered as the result of a regularly scheduled compliance audit; and


As soon as reasonably possible, initiate and complete appropriate action to correct or mitigate the conditions or circumstances.


Within 30 days after the date of discovery identified in paragraph (1)(a)(B) of this rule, the responsible party must submit a written report to the Director containing:


A discussion of the cause of the reported conditions or circumstances;


The estimated date when the conditions or circumstances first began;


A description of immediate actions taken to correct or mitigate the conditions or circumstances, including the dates each action was completed; and


A description of actions taken or planned to minimize the possibility of recurrence of the conditions or circumstances.

Source: Rule 345-029-0510 — Report by a Responsible Party, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=345-029-0510.

Last Updated

over 2 years ago
(June 8, 2021)

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