Oregon Board of Licensed Social Workers

Rule Rule 877-001-0009
Name, Address and Employer of Record


(1)

As used in OAR Chapter 877 Division 001:

(a)

“Licensee” means a regulated social worker or applicant for licensure, certification or registration as a regulated social worker;

(b)

“Name of record” means a licensee’s legal name;

(c)

“Postal address of record” means the place the licensee chooses to receive postal mail and may be either the licensee’s residence, place of employment, or a post office box;

(d)

“Email of record” means an email address where the licensee receives and sends electronic mail;

(e)

“Employer of record” means a licensee’s employer name and employer’s postal address; and

(f)

“In writing” means a writing submitted to the board, either in hard-copy by postal mail, or electronically to the board’s posted email address.

(2)

A licensee must provide the board with a Name of Record.

(a)

If a licensee’s Name of Record changes, the licensee must notify the board in writing within 30 days of the effective date of the name change and must include:

(A)

Copies of official legal documents showing the name change, which must include either a birth certificate, marriage certificate or a court order or court decree.

(b)

A licensee must use their Name of Record for the regulated practice of social work.

(3)

A licensee must provide the board with a Postal Address of Record.

(a)

If a licensee’s Postal Address of Record changes, the licensee must notify the board of the change within 30 days of the effective date of the change.

(4)

A licensee must provide the board with an Email Address of Record.

(a)

If a licensee’s Email Address of Record changes, the licensee must notify the board of the change within 30 days of the effective date of the change.

(5)

A licensee must provide the board with an Employer of Record, if the licensee is employed.

(a)

If a licensee’s Employer of Record changes or the licensee’s employment status changes (the licensee becomes employed or becomes unemployed), the licensee must notify the board of the change within 30 days of the change.

(6)

The board will communicate with licensees either by postal mail or by email, at the board’s discretion, unless a specific method of communication is required by applicable state or federal rule or law.

(7)

Communication sent to a licensee will be considered to be received by the licensee the date it is sent if it is sent to the licensee’s Postal Address of Record or Email Address of Record.
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Jun. 8, 2021