OESAC APPEAL PROCESS

An applicant who applies for CEUs may appeal an OESAC decision regarding approval/non-approval, maximum CEUs or relevancy determination. Appeals can only be in writing and clearly state the issue to be appealed and the reason for the disagreement sent to OESAC. The appeal will be considered by OESAC at its next regularly scheduled meeting. The OESAC will advise the applicant of its determination and the reasons thereof. Subsequent appeals may be made through the OESAC representatives to the respective agencies: Oregon Health Authority, Drinking Water Services, or Department of Environmental Quality for both the wastewater and on-site programs.

If the course is not accepted as having general relevancy toward the continuing education requirement, the course sponsor or operator may ask for relevancy appeal using the same process as above.

Updated November 4, 2014