Massage Therapists

ORS 687.059
Massage facilities

  • fees
  • rules


(1)

To be issued a permit to operate a massage facility in this state, an applicant must:

(a)

Submit an application to the State Board of Massage Therapists in a form and manner prescribed by the board by rule;

(b)

Comply with the health, safety and infection control requirements adopted by the board under ORS 687.121 (Rules);

(c)

Pay the fee required under ORS 687.071 (Fees) (1)(b);

(d)

If the applicant is a natural person, be at least 18 years of age; and

(e)

If the applicant is not a natural person, comport with the laws of this state related to business formation, including making an appropriate filing with the Secretary of State.

(2)

A massage facility for which a person has been issued a permit under this section may provide massage therapy only through the use of massage therapists licensed under ORS 687.051 (Qualifications of applicants).

(3)

The board may authorize relocating a massage facility if:

(a)

The permittee submits an application in a form and manner prescribed by the board by rule;

(b)

The permittee pays the fee required under ORS 687.071 (Fees) (1)(h); and

(c)

The permittee complies with any other applicable rule of the board.

(4)

The board may authorize transferring a permit to operate a massage facility from one person to another person if the person to whom the permit will be transferred:

(a)

Submits an application in a form and manner prescribed by the board by rule;

(b)

Pays the fee required under ORS 687.071 (Fees) (1)(i);

(c)

Makes all necessary changes to documents on file with the Secretary of State; and

(d)

Complies with any other applicable rule of the board.

(5)

The board may authorize transferring the name of a massage facility to another massage facility if the permittee who operates the massage facility to which the name will be transferred:

(a)

Submits an application in a form and manner prescribed by the board by rule;

(b)

Pays the fee required under ORS 687.071 (Fees) (1)(j);

(c)

Makes all necessary changes to documents on file with the Secretary of State; and

(d)

Complies with any other applicable rule of the board. [2013 c.409 §4]

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Jun. 26, 2021