2013 ORS § 480.347¹
Use of gasoline dispensing device by emergency service volunteer
  • conditions

Notwithstanding ORS 480.330 (Operation of gasoline dispensing device by public prohibited) and 480.340 (Coin-operated or self-service gasoline pumps prohibited), during an emergency as defined in ORS 401.025 (Definitions for ORS chapter 401), the owner, operator or employee of a dispensing facility may permit nonretail customers, other than the owner, operator or employee, to use or manipulate at the dispensing facility a card activated or key activated device for dispensing Class 1 flammable liquids into the fuel tank of a vehicle or other container if:

(1) The owner or operator holds a current nonretail facility license issued by the State Fire Marshal under ORS 480.350 (License required for operation of nonretail facility);

(2) The fuel is dispensed to an emergency service agency as defined in ORS 401.025 (Definitions for ORS chapter 401) or to an entity authorized by an emergency service agency to provide services during an emergency;

(3) The nonretail customer, other than the owner or operator, dispensing Class 1 flammable liquids is a qualified emergency service volunteer as defined in ORS 401.358 (Definitions for ORS 401.358 to 401.368) or an owner or employee of the entity authorized by the emergency service agency to provide services during an emergency and dispenses Class 1 flammable liquids only into the fuel tank of a vehicle or other container owned and used by the emergency service agency or the entity authorized by that agency to provide services during an emergency; and

(4) The nonretail customer, other than the owner, operator or employee, dispensing Class 1 flammable liquids satisfies safety training requirements in compliance with rules of the State Fire Marshal. [1999 c.456 §2; 2009 c.718 §26]