Admissibility of rules and orders of department in evidence in proceedings under ORS 654.001 to 654.295, 654.412 to 654.423 and 654.750 to 654.780
Except as provided in ORS 654.078 (Contesting violations) (7), every regulation, rule, standard, finding, decision and order of the Department of Consumer and Business Services, general or special, made and entered under the provisions of ORS 654.001 (Short title) to 654.295 (Application of Oregon Safe Employment Act), 654.412 (Definitions for ORS 654.412 to 654.423) to 654.423 (Use of physical force by home health care employee in self-defense against assault) and 654.750 (Definitions for ORS 654.750 to 654.780) to 654.780 (Providing basic information to employees) and which has become final by operation of law or on appeal, shall be admissible as evidence in any hearing, civil proceeding or criminal prosecution conducted under the provisions of this chapter and shall, in every such hearing, proceeding or prosecution, be conclusively presumed to be reasonable and lawful and to fix a reasonable and proper standard and requirement of safety and health. [Formerly 654.085; 1977 c.804 §42]
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