- • variances
- • training
- • standards
- • procedures
The Environmental Quality Commission shall adopt rules to carry out its duties under ORS 279B.055 (Competitive sealed bidding) (2)(g), 279B.060 (Competitive sealed proposals) (2)(g), 279C.365 (Requirements for solicitation documents and bids and proposals) (1)(j), 468A.135 (Function of authority) and 468A.700 (Definitions for ORS 468A.700 to 468A.760) to 468A.760 (Content of bid advertisement). In addition, the commission may:
(1) Allow variances from the provisions of ORS 468A.700 (Definitions for ORS 468A.700 to 468A.760) to 468A.755 (Exemptions) in the same manner variances are granted under ORS 468A.075 (Variances from air contamination rules and standards).
(2) Establish training requirements for contractors applying for an asbestos abatement license.
(3) Establish training requirements for workers applying for a certificate to work on asbestos abatement projects.
(4) Establish standards and procedures to accredit asbestos abatement training courses for contractors and workers.
(5) Establish standards and procedures for licensing contractors and certifying workers.
(6) Issue, renew, suspend and revoke licenses, certificates and accreditations.
(7) Determine those classes of asbestos abatement projects for which the person undertaking the project must notify the Department of Environmental Quality before beginning the project.
(8) Establish work practice standards, compatible with standards of the Department of Consumer and Business Services, for the abatement of asbestos hazards and the handling and disposal of waste materials containing asbestos.
(9) Provide for asbestos abatement training courses that satisfy the requirements for contractor licensing under ORS 468A.720 (Qualifications for license) or worker certification under ORS 468A.730 (Worker certificate required). [Formerly 468.893; 1993 c.744 §229; 2003 c.794 §294]
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