Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, Workers' Compensation Division

Rule Rule 436-180-0200
Assessment of Civil Penalties


(1) Failure to comply with statutes, rules, and orders of the director. The director may assess a civil penalty against a worker leasing company that fails to comply with the requirements of ORS 656.850 (License) or 656.855 (Licensing system for worker leasing companies), OAR 436-180, or the orders of the director.
(2) Failure to comply with OAR 436-180-0170 (Monitoring and Auditing). The director may assess a civil penalty against any employer that fails to respond to requests for information or fails to meet the requirements of 436-180-0170 (Monitoring and Auditing). Assessment of a penalty does not relieve the employer of the obligation to provide a response.
(3) Leasing workers without a license. The director may assess a civil penalty against any person who is found to be operating a worker leasing company without a valid license. For the purposes of this section, any month or part of a month a person provides leased workers to a client without a valid license is a separate violation.
(4) Obtaining workers from an unlicensed worker leasing company. The director may assess a civil penalty against an employer that leases or continues to lease workers from an unlicensed worker leasing company after written notice of such violation has been served.
(5) Penalties under ORS 656.990 (Penalties). Any person or controlling person that knowingly makes any false statement or representation may also be subject to penalties under ORS 656.990 (Penalties).
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Jun. 8, 2021