Suspension, Denial, Revocation, Findings Reviews and Civil Penalties
(1)A provider has the right to a review of any finding made by OCC. New applicants for registration will be given a copy of OCC’s findings review procedures at the time of the on-site inspection. Information on the OCC findings review process will be in complaint letters. The OCC findings review procedures are also available upon request.
(3)A provider whose registration has been suspended must immediately notify, verbally or in writing, all parents of the suspension.
(4)A provider whose registration has been suspended must immediately provide OCC with all names, work and home telephone numbers and addresses of the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) for each child.
(5)A provider whose registration has been suspended must post the suspension in the home where it can be viewed by parents and others for the duration of the suspension.
(10)The provider has the right to appeal any decision to deny, suspend, or revoke the registration, subject to the provisions of Chapter 183, Oregon Revised Statutes.
(12)A provider whose registration has been denied for cause (e.g. health and safety concerns, criminal activity or child abuse and neglect involvement) or revoked for cause shall not be eligible to reapply for 5 years after the effective date of the closure.
(15)Violations of these rules or terms and conditions of certification under these rules may be subject to a civil penalty up to $750 per violation.
(17)For a serious violation, as defined in OAR‐414‐205-0010(30), a provider may be subject to a civil penalty not to exceed $750 for each violation.
(18)For a non‐serious violation, a provider may be subject to a civil penalty of $250 for each violation.
Rule 414-205-0170 — Suspension, Denial, Revocation, Findings Reviews and Civil Penalties,