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Motorized Passenger Boat Operator’s Certification
Manual & Study Guide
ATTENTION: OREGON OUTFITTER GUIDES In 2013, Oregon legislators enacted statutes requiring the Oregon State Marine Board to develop rules and procedures for all Oregon Outfitter Guides and their employees who operated motorized boats in Oregon to pass a knowledge test, health screen and drug test. They required these rules to be in place by January 1, 2018. Since 2014, the Outfitter Guide Program at the Marine Board has drafted language, held workshops and public hearings, and enlisted input from sub-committees, the Guide Advisory Committee, and the public to develop these rules implementing the Motorized Passenger Boat Operator’s Certification (MPBOC). If ALL of the following statements are true, you are required to obtain the MPBOC: • You are a registered Oregon Outfitter Guide or their employee. • You operate a motorized boat while guiding. • You carry passengers for hire. • You do not have a US Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Credential (OUPV or 6-pack license). This certification consists of three separate units – a Knowledge test, Health Screening, and Drug Screening. Documentation of successful completion of each unit is required before the Motorized Passenger Boat Operator’s Certification will be granted and renewal of your Outfitter Guide registration for 2018 can be completed. This manual has been designed to answer your questions, provide the study material, and provide sample forms to help you through the process. Knowledge Test – • Successful completion of the test is required every 5 years. • Testing material is contained in this manual and the Boat Oregon – Classroom Course manual. • Tests will be held at various locations around the state. • A certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the test. Health Screening – • A physical exam with a registered medical professional is required every 5 years. • The exam must be performed according to DOT standards. • A passing certificate must be issued. Drug Screening – • A pre-employment screening from an approved facility is required initially. • Proof of participation in a drug consortium’s random testing is required. • Screening will not consider marijuana usage. You may be exempted from this requirement if you: • No longer operate a motorized boat in your guide business, • Are issued a current US Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Credential, or • Do not renew your Outfitter Guide registration. Please let us know if you have questions regarding this process. The Guide desk hopes to make the process as straight-forward as possible.
TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1: KNOWLEDGE EXAMINATION ...........................................................................................3 General Definitions .................................................................................................................................4 Registration Requirements .....................................................................................................................6 Employees & Proof of Compliance .........................................................................................................8 Incidents & Accidents .............................................................................................................................8 Revocations, Reprimands & Penalties ...................................................................................................9 Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention ...................................................................................................10 Safety Requirements ...........................................................................................................................11 Ethics ...................................................................................................................................................13 Boating Under the Influence .................................................................................................................14
SECTION 2: HEALTH SCREENING REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................15
SECTION 3: DRUG TESTING REQUIREMENTS .................................................................................16 Pre-Employment Drug Screening .........................................................................................................17 Frequently Asked Questions .................................................................................................................18
APPENDIX DOT/USCG Periodic Drug Testing Form Medical Examiners Certificate Medical Examination Report Instructions for Completing the Medical Examination Report Form
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The Motorized Passenger Boat Operator’s Certification (MPBOC) is now required for all Outfitters and Guides in Oregon who operate a motorized vessel carrying passengers for hire on waters of this state who do not possess a valid US Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Credential. In order to apply for the MPBOC, you are required to pass a Knowledge Examination provided by the Marine Board (OSMB).
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Step One – Study the Material The Knowledge Examination is based on the following information:
• Current Oregon Outfitter and Guide Statutes (ORS 704) and rules (OAR 250-016). • Current Oregon Boating Rules and Regulations
The information regarding Outfitters and Guides can be found in this manual. The information regarding current Oregon boating rules and regulations can be found in “Boat Oregon - Classroom Course Manual” (Revised 2017) where test material will be limited to general boating and safety rules and regulations, and inland motorized boat operation. Both manuals can be viewed on the Guides & Charters page at http://www.oregon.gov/OSMB/Pages/Guides-Charters.aspx. Step Two – Take the Test Testing will be scheduled at various locations and dates around the state. You will be notified separately regarding those dates. The test will:
• Be conducted in person. There is no online version of the test at this time. • Consist of 50 multiple choice questions. • Require a passing score of 75 percent. A certificate will be issued upon successful completion, valid for 5 years. • Require a waiting period of at least 30 days after a failing grade before retaking the exam.
Upon successful completion of the exam, you will receive a certificate. Step Three – Submit the Certificate Upon receipt of your certificate, you must submit a copy of it to the Marine Board with your application for your Outfitter Guide registration or renewal. Note: You are responsible for keeping a copy of the certificate, retaking your knowledge examination before its expiration, and maintaining a valid copy with the Marine Board. For complete versions of Oregon boating and guide statutes and rules, go to http://www.oregonlegislature.gov/bills_laws/Pages/ORS.aspx for Chapter 704 and 830 and http://arcweb.sos.state.or.us/ pages/rules/oars-0200/oar_250/250_tofc.html.
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GENERAL DEFINITIONS FOR FULL DEFINITIONS, PLEASE REFERENCE OREGON REVISED STATUTES AND OREGON ADMINISTRATIVE RULES Board means the Oregon State Marine Board. Boat means every description of watercraft, including a seaplane on the water and not in flight, used or capable of being used as a means of transportation on the water, but does not include boathouses, floating homes, air mattresses, beach and water toys or single inner tubes. Boating offense means violation of any provision of law that is made a crime or violation under the provisions of this chapter. Boat Livery means a person, persons, or a business establishment engaged in renting or chartering out boats to another person for profit. Charter boat means a motorized boat used to carry seven or more passengers for hire for angling, sightseeing or other recreational purposes.
Inland charter boat means a motorized vessel in the business of carrying 7 or more passengers for hire for angling, sightseeing or other recreational purposes solely on state waters. Motorboat means any boat propelled in whole or in part by machinery, including boats temporarily equipped with detachable motors. Navigable waters of the United States means those waters of the United States, including the adjacent ocean, that the US Coast Guard has determined to be navigable. See the Marine Board’s Guides and Charters web page at http://www.oregon.gov/OSMB/Pages/GuidesCharters.aspx for a list. Operate means to navigate or otherwise use a boat.
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Decal is an identifying registration sticker or fabric tag visibly displayed on a vessel, vehicle, pack or other equipment.
Employee means an individual who, in exchange for compensation or monetary gain, provides outfitting and guiding services under the direction, supervision and control of an Outfitter and Guide.
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Apply one decal to each side of the vessel on the backward half of the boat. Do not apply decals to transom. Remove old decals. Do not apply new decals over old decals.
SECTION 1: KNOWLEDGE EXAMINATION Outdoor recreational activities includes, but is not limited to, boating, angling, hunting, jeep touring, backpacking, alpine mountain climbing, camping, trips utilizing pack animals, dog sled trips, whitewater float trips, rafting trips, drift boat trips, kayak trips, inflatable canoe trips and canoe trips, the duration of which may be for a few hours or for several days or weeks.
Passenger means every person on board a boat who is not the master, operator, crew member or other person engaged in any capacity in the business of the boat.
Outfitter and guide means any person: A) Who, for compensation or monetary gain, provides, offers to provide or advertises the provision of: (i) Outfitting and guiding services in this state; or (ii) Outfitting and guiding services and either equipment, supplies, livestock or materials for use in this state; or (B) Who holds one or more federal special use permits for commercial outfitting and guiding services for use in any forest or wilderness or on any waterway in this state. Outfitter and guide does not include: (A) An individual who, for compensation or monetary gain, provides outfitting and guiding services for the conduct of outdoor recreational activities exclusively upon property owned or controlled by the individual; or (B) An employee of an Outfitter and Guide, unless the employee conducts, leads or assists in angling activities or operates or assists in the operation of watercraft used for angling.
Slow-No Wake means operating a boat at the slowest speed necessary to maintain steerage and that reduces or eliminates waves that appear as white water behind the boat. State waters means those waters entirely within the confines of this state that have not been declared navigable waters of the United States. Underway means when a boat is not at anchor, or moored, or made fast to the shore, or aground.
Outfitting and guiding services includes, but is not limited to, leading, protecting, instructing, training, cooking, packing, guiding, transporting, supervising, interpreting or otherwise assisting any person in the conduct of outdoor recreational activities. Outfitting and guiding services does not include the rental of equipment alone.
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REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS ORS 704.020 Registration Requirement Any person who acts or offers to act as an Outfitter and Guide must first register with the State Marine Board annually and submit an application including the following: • Name, contact information, and all business names under which the guiding services will be provided, • Proof the business names have been registered with the Secretary of State • Proof of first aid/CPR certification • List of all employees, agents and parties of interest along with an affidavit stating they are certified to provide first aid
Upon submission of all required documents and fees, the board will issue a certificate of registration which includes proof of compliance with these requirements. The board will also issue an identifying decal. OAR 250-016-0035 Registration Requirement The completed and signed application, with all required attachments and the fee required by ORS 704.020 must be submitted to the Marine Board. The required fee is nonrefundable. The required attachments are:
• A US Coast Guard license if carrying passengers on federally navigable waterways
• A copy of the certificate of first aid and CPR training (American Red Cross or equivalent); or
• A description of the services they will provide and the area in which it is provided
• A copy of training and certification as an Emergency Medical Technician I, II or III; or
• Proof of $500,000 combined single limit per occurrence liability insurance coverage to be maintained in full force for the entire term of the registration
• A copy of licensure as a registered nurse or medical doctor.
• An affidavit stating they and those that assist them have not been cited or convicted of certain violations, misdemeanors or felonies within the last 24 months.
• Proof of surety bond or letter of credit, if applicable; and
• An affidavit stating they and those that assist them have not ever been convicted of a crime which prohibits the carrying of a firearm or requires registration as a sex offender • A surety bond in the amount of $5000 if deposits in excess of $100 per person are accepted from clients in anticipation of services to be received.
• An annual non-refundable fee of $150 for Oregon residents. Non-residents will be charged the same fee that an Oregon resident would be charged to register as a guide in their state.
• Certificate of insurance;
• Copy of US Coast Guard Operator’s license, if applicable. • The first aid and CPR training certificate or medical license as defined above in this rule shall remain current. If the first aid and CPR training certificate or medical license expires, the Outfitter and Guide’s registration is automatically suspended.
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The certificate of insurance shall: • Be issued in the applicant’s name;
Outfitter/Guide Registration Oregon State Marine Board
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• Reflect all insured business names; and • Reflect the lawfully required insurance minimum amounts. • Remain current. If the certificate of insurance expires, the Outfitter and Guide’s registration is automatically suspended. An incomplete application will not be processed. An incomplete application will be deemed inactive following twelve (12) months from date of receipt and lacking any action on the applicant’s part to complete. OAR 250-016-0045 Registration Requirements Registration Renewal: • The Marine Board will notify a registered Outfitter and Guide, in writing, no later than thirty (30) days in advance of the impending registration expiration. • The notification will include instructions for registration renewal and identify the required forms. Registration Cancellation: • An Outfitter and Guide registration will be cancelled upon notification from an insurance company that such Outfitter and Guide’s required insurance has been suspended or cancelled. • The affected Outfitter and Guide shall, within ten working days of receipt of such registration suspension or cancellation notice, return the previously issued Outfitter and Guide identification card to the Marine Board.
Registration Reinstatement: • A previously cancelled Outfitter and Guide registration will be reinstated upon receipt of notification (certificate of insurance) from an insurance company. ORS 704.030 False statements in registration application; special requirements for use of boat No person shall make any false statement of material fact submitted pursuant to ORS 704.020 (Registration requirement). No Outfitter Guide using a boat to carry passengers on waters of the state shall carry passengers in excess of the passenger capacity for which they are insured. No Outfitter Guide shall use a boat to carry passengers on waterways determined to be navigable by the United States Coast Guard without a license, registration or decal required by ORS 704.020 (Registration requirement) and 704.065 (Decal to be affixed to boat). ORS 704.065 Decal to be affixed to boat An Outfitter and Guide using boats to carry passengers on the waters of this state shall affix to each boat used in providing Outfitter and Guide services an identifying decal issued by the State Marine Board showing the year of issuance, and the passenger-carrying capacity of the boat. The boat decals expire on December 31 of each calendar year.
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EMPLOYEES & PROOF OF COMPLIANCE ORS 704.021 Proof of compliance with registration requirements An Outfitter and Guide who registers pursuant to ORS 704.020 shall, while the Outfitter and Guide and their employees are engaged in providing outfitting and guide services, hold proof of compliance with the requirements of ORS 704.020 and allow the examination of that proof of compliance by any person authorized to enforce this chapter.
all employees, including agents and parties in interest, as outlined in ORS 704.020(1)(c), who physically provide, or directly assist in physically providing Outfitting and Guiding services in Oregon. The Marine Board shall be notified of all changes to the record before any Outfitting and Guiding services are provided.
OAR 250-016-0025 Employees, Agents or Parties in Interest
Written change notifications will be dated, include the Outfitter and Guide’s name and address, and indicate the added or deleted employee’s full name.
At the time of application, the Outfitter and Guide will supply the Marine Board a current record of
The change notification must be received by the Marine Board by email, facsimile or U.S. mail.
INCIDENTS & ACCIDENTS OAR 250-010-0110 Investigation of Accidents The operator of any boat involved in an accident resulting in an injury or death to any person shall within 48 hours forward a complete written report of such accident to the Board on a State Marine Board Accident Report form. Accidents involving only property or equipment damage must be reported within ten days if the damage is in excess of $2000. Forms may be obtained from the State Marine Board or the local sheriff. Upon receipt of an accident report indicating the death of any person as the result of the accident, the Director, or a person designated by him, may investigate the accident and prepare an accident report which will be for the confidential use of administrative and enforcement agencies only.
OAR 250-016-0031 Incident Report Requirements Notwithstanding OAR 250-010-0110, Outfitters and Guides shall notify the Marine Board within 48 hours for each incident resulting in: • Death or disappearance of any person; • Injury or illness of any person requiring medical treatment beyond minor first aid; • Damage exceeding $500 to public, private, or guide property, excluding loss of or damage to personal-use items, or • Emergency response from local, state or federal agency. The Marine Board will provide notification to the Guide if additional reporting is required.
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REVOCATIONS, REPRIMANDS, & PENALTIES ORS 704.040 Revocation of registration; restriction on registration application after revocation; reprimands; rules. Except as provided below, the board may revoke, deny, or suspend for up to 60 months the registration of an Outfitter Guide for any of the following: • Conviction of a felony or misdemeanor • Any serious or repeated violation of ORS 477 (fire prevention laws), 496, 497, 498, 501, 506, 508, 509, 511 (fish and wildlife laws), 704 (Outfitter and Guide laws), and 830 (boating laws) and their pursuant rules. • Any serious or repeated violation of fish & wildlife laws of the federal government or other state that would be a violation of this state’s ethical standards. • The suspension, revocation or denial of a guide license by the federal government or other state. • The suspension, revocation or cancelation of a US Coast Guard operator’s license. • Engaging in fraudulent, untruthful or misleading advertising outfitting and guiding services. • Conviction of a crime involving delivery, manufacture or possession of a controlled substance, except marijuana. • Conviction of assault in any degree, criminal homicide or kidnapping. The board shall revoke the registration of an Outfitter and Guide for the following: • Conviction of a crime which prohibits possession of a firearm. • Conviction of a crime which requires the person to be registered as a sex offender.
The board may deny, for any period, the registration of an Outfitter and Guide if the Outfitter and Guide or anyone assisting them has had their registration revoked by the court for conviction of fish & wildlife laws which involved unlawful taking or killing of wildlife with intent. OAR 250-016-0050 Process to Reprimand an Outfitter and Guide or Suspend, Revoke, or Deny a Registration The Marine Board, with input from the Guide Advisory Committee, will monitor application of statute and rule and modify, as recommended, to encourage high standards of ethical conduct, customer service, safety, and natural resource protection. The Marine Board Director will notify the Outfitter and Guide by registered letter of the agency’s decision to reprimand, suspend, revoke or deny for a period of up to 60 months the registration of an Outfitter and Guide for conduct noted in ORS 704.040. The Marine Board may issue conditional registrations contingent on the Outfitter and Guide not having any violations or convictions as defined in this section for a period of 24 months from issue. ORS 704.900 Civil penalties; procedure; rules. In addition to any other penalty provided by law, the State Marine Board may impose a civil penalty for failure to comply with ORS 704.020, 704.021, 704.065 or 704.070 or for violation of ORS 704.030. OAR 250-016-0100 Schedule of Civil Penalties Penalties for first violations of ORS 704.020, 704.021, 704.030, or 704.065 are $200 per violation. The penalty for the first violation of 704.070 is $250. Subsequent penalties are $400 and $500 per violation.
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AQUATIC INVASIVE SPECIES PREVENTION ORS 830.560 Launching boat with aquatic invasive species prohibited, rules As used in this section: • Aquatic invasive species means any aquatic life or marine life determined by the State Fish and Wildlife Commission by rule to be invasive or any aquatic noxious weed determined by the State Department of Agriculture to be invasive. • Launch means any act that places a boat into a waterway for recreational boating, for flushing or testing an engine or for any other purpose. Except as provided in the following line, a person may not launch a boat into the waters of this state if: • The boat has any visible aquatic species on its exterior hull or attached to any motor, propulsion
system or component, anchor or other attached apparatus outside of the hull, or on the trailer or other device used to transport the boat; or • The boat has any aquatic invasive species within its bilge, livewell, motorwell or other interior location. The State Fish and Wildlife Commission, in consultation with the State Department of Agriculture, by rule may allow the presence of certain aquatic species on or within a boat for activities including but not limited to hunting and photography. The State Marine Board shall provide information to the public about any rules adopted under this subsection. ORS 830.565 Permit required A person may not operate a manually propelled boat that is 10 feet or more in length or a motorboat on the waters of this state without first obtaining an aquatic invasive species prevention permit from the State Marine Board under ORS 830.570 (Board to issue permit). A person who obtains an aquatic invasive species prevention permit for a manually propelled boat may use the permit on any manually propelled boat the person operates on the waters of this state.
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SAFETY REQUIREMENTS ORS 704.070 Requirements for safety equipment, experience, and training A person who acts or offers to act as an Outfitter and Guide using boats to carry passengers on the waters of this state shall: Equip each non-motorized boat that is under the direct operation of an Outfitter and Guide or an employee of an Outfitter and Guide to carry passengers on waters rated as class III or higher on a commonly accepted scale of river difficulty with a rescue throw bag, complete with a length of artificial fiber rope and a buoyant bag; On any section of waters rated as class III or higher on a commonly accepted scale of river difficulty, require that all persons physically providing outfitting and guiding services and all passengers wear a properly secured United States Coast Guard approved personal flotation device of a type prescribed by rules adopted by the State Marine Board; 250-016-0077 Safety and Equipment Requirements for Inland Outfitter and Guide Boats
• First aid kits shall be based on the guide’s training and shall be appropriate for the activity and environment. • Kits must be stored in a waterproof contained and clearly marked as “First Aid Kit”. • Non-motorized boats traveling in a group, the above requirement may be met by possessing one first aid kit. Each boat must possess and have readily available one personal flotation device of the appropriate type and size for each passenger and crew. • Each boat carrying five or more passengers shall have one spare personal flotation device. Boats less than 17 feet in length are exempted from this requirement. • On river sections rated as Class III or higher on a commonly accepted scale of river difficulty all employees and passengers are required to wear a properly secured personal flotation device. The personal flotation devices used on those sections of river must:
Boats operating on sole state waters shall not exceed designed seating capacity unless certified by a United States Coast Guard Certificate of Inspection, the National Association of Marine Surveyors (NAMS) or the Society of Marine Surveyors (SAMS. The seating capacity will include the total number of passengers and crew.
- Be approved by the U.S. Coast Guard as a Type I, III, or V personal flotation device that is suitable for use on whitewater rivers.
Each boat shall carry on board an approved first aid kit.
- Not be an inflatable personal flotation device, regardless of rating type.
• First aid kits shall be in accordance with Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1910.151, American National Standard (ANSI) Z308.1-2015, as established on 01/01/2016, or the National Outdoor Leadership (NOLS) Med Kit 2.0 as listed on 03/21/2017.
- Not have a limitation or restriction on its approval that would prevent its use on whitewater rivers.
• Each boat must possess a readily accessible Type IV flotation device, life ring or throw bag with 40 feet of line. Each boat shall have an effective means of dewatering.
SECTION 1: KNOWLEDGE EXAMINATION • Motorized boats shall have on board an adequate fixed power bilge pump, a bilge alarm, and a bailing bucket or manual bilge pump per Title 46 CFR 182.520 as established on 01/01/2016. • Motorized boats of open construction where the bilge is readily visible, a fixed power bilge pump and bilge alarm are not required. • Non-motorized boats not of self-bailing design shall have on board an adequate bailing bucket or manual bilge pump. • Non-motorized boats of self-bailing design and boats with watertight closures are exempt from this requirement. Each motorized boat shall have on board no less than one fire extinguisher in each operating station, machinery space, accommodation space and galley, pantry or concession per the table on Title 46 CFR 25.30-20 as established on 01/01/2016. Each boat shall carry a communication device capable of sending an emergency distress signal and shall be appropriate for the area of operation. Acceptable devices include but are not limited to: • Personal Locator Beacon; • Satellite Telephone;
• Non-motorized boats less than 17 feet in length are exempt from this requirement. • For non-motorized boats 17 feet or longer traveling in a group, the above requirement may be met by the group possessing one spare oar or paddle per group. All closed compartments containing personal flotation devices, first aid kits and fire extinguishers shall be clearly labeled with their content, as follows: • One inch high block letters indicating what the compartment contains; • Be of a color that will contrast with the color of the background, and • Be clearly visible and legible. Each motorized boat shall be equipped with a sound signaling appliance. The appliance shall be a horn, bell or whistle capable of making an efficient sound.
• Marine VHF Radio or equivalent; or • Cellular Telephone. - For non-motorized boats traveling in a group, the above requirement may be met by possessing one communication device. Each motorized boat shall be equipped with a suitable magnetic compass designed for marine use.
All boats are required to have one spare oar or paddle capable of maneuvering the boat on board.
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ETHICS 250-016-0060 Outfitter and Guide Ethical and Professional Standards All Outfitter and Guides shall: • Make every effort to operate with respect for the rights of others, private and public property, and provide for the health, safety, and well-being of their clients, employees, and the general public; • Provide services on public land in a manner such that they do not interfere with the general public access to public land or waterways or access to wildlife on public land; • Leave clean camps, striving to maintain the environment in as good or better condition than before and dispose of all garbage, debris, and human waste in a proper, approved manner; • Cooperate with Federal, State, and local fish and wildlife officials; advise clients of all applicable conservation standards, fish and game laws, license requirements, statutes and regulations and not condone their violation; • Not use any illegal drug, or excessively use alcohol, or any other drug or substance, to the extent that the use impairs the user physically or mentally while engaged by a client;
subject any animal to needless abuse or cruel and inhuman treatment; • Not solicit clients of another Outfitter and Guide while client is engaging in an outfitting activity; • Promptly refund deposits paid by participants upon request if such deposits are due to the participant in accordance with the Outfitter and Guide’s written deposit refund policy; • Not substantially breach a contract with any person using guiding services of the Outfitter and Guide; • Treat clients, employees, and the general public in a fair and professional manner. • It is unprofessional and unethical to have an Outfitter and Guide registration, license, permit, or certificate suspended, revoked, canceled, or denied by another state or by an agency of the United States.
• Not violate any law, rule, or policy of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife concerning the certification of residents and nonresidents for procuring hunting and fishing licenses; • Not engage in fraud, deceit, misrepresentation, or concealment of any material fact in advertising, soliciting, or providing professional services to members of the public; • Provide any animal used in the conduct of business with proper food, water, and shelter and not
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BOATING UNDER THE INFLUENCE ORS 830.510 Chemical evidence of use of intoxicants At the trial of any civil or criminal action, suit or proceeding arising out of the acts committed by a person operating a boat while under the influence of any intoxicants, if the amount of alcohol in the persons blood at the time alleged is less than 0.08 percent by weight of alcohol and shown by chemical analysis of the persons breath or blood, it is indirect evidence that may be used with other evidence, if any, to determine whether or not the person was then under the influence of intoxicants. Not less than 0.08 percent by weight of alcohol in a persons blood constitutes being under the influence of intoxicating liquor.
Percent by weight of alcohol in the blood shall be based on grams of alcohol per 100 milliliters of blood or based on grams of alcohol per 210 liters of breath. For purposes of ORS 830.505 (Implied consent to chemical tests for intoxicants) to 830.545 (Information about rights and consequences), boat means a motorboat or sailboat. ORS 830.515 Evidence of refusal to submit to test in legal proceeding If a person refuses or fails to submit to chemical tests of the breath, blood or urine as required by ORS 830.505 (Implied consent to chemical tests for intoxicants) and 830.520 (Circumstances under which chemical tests may be administered), evidence of the persons refusal or failure to submit is admissible in any criminal or civil action or proceeding arising out of acts alleged to have been committed while the person was operating a boat while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or controlled substances.
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HEALTH SCREENING REQUIREMENTS In order to apply for the MPBOC, you are required to provide the Marine Board with proof of a satisfactory Health Screening or Medical Examination. Step One – Medical Examination Report The Medical Exam MUST be the following: • Conducted within the past 18 months (from the date of application). • Be conducted by an examiner listed on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners. • Be of such a scope to ensure that there are no conditions that pose a significant risk of sudden incapacitation or debilitating complication. • Must consider any condition requiring medication that impairs cognitive ability, judgment, or reaction time. • Be performed according to DOT form MCSA-5875 (see appendix) or its equivalent. • Meet the standards in 49 CFR 391.41, and be valid for 5 years. • Be accompanied by a Skill Performance Certificate, if applicable. Step Two – Medical Certificate Upon completion of your medical examination, your examiner must document proof of compliance. This is done by: • The examiner filling out and signing the OSMB Medical Examiner’s Certificate. (See copy of certificate in appendix. • The examiner giving you a copy of the certificate. • Filling out the Operator section of the form and signing your copy of the certificate. Step Three – Submit the Certificate Upon receipt of the Medical Examiner’s Certificate, you must submit a copy of the certificate to the Marine Board with your application for Outfitter Guide registration. Note: You are responsible for keeping a copy of the completed certificate, renewing your medical certification before its expiration, and maintaining a valid copy with the Marine Board. A sample copy of the Medical Examination Report Form (US DOT Form MCSA-5875) and the OSMB Medical Examiner’s Certificate can be found in the appendix and on the Marine Board’s Guides and Charters web page at http://www.oregon.gov/OSMB/Pages/Guides-Charters.aspx.
SECTION 3: DRUG TESTING REQUIREMENTS
DRUG TESTING REQUIREMENTS In order to apply for the MPBOC, you are required to provide the Marine Board proof of a clean drug test and participation in a drug consortium. Step One – Pre-Employment Drug Test This test MUST be the following: • Conducted within the past 60 days (from the date of application) • Sent to a laboratory accredited by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA) • A DOT 5 Panel testing for Cocaine, Opiates, Phencyclidine, and Amphetamines • Signed by a certified Medical Review Officer (MRO) approved through AAMRO or MROCC • A negative result (if the result is a Negative Dilute) will NOT be accepted. The test results must be submitted on the DOT/USCG Periodic Drug Testing Form CG-719P (see appendix) or Federal Chain of Custody form. You are not required to use Form CG-719P; however, it is useful in ensuring that all information needed is provided. We will also accept a Federal Chain of Custody form as long as all information above is provided. (See Pre-Employment Drug Screening Information page for more info.) Step Two – Consortium Participation This step requires you to provide a letter attesting to participation in a random drug testing program. The letter must be: • Provided on consortium stationary OR, for Active Duty Military, on command letterhead • Written to include the following wording: • From Consortium: “APPLICANT’S NAME / DOB has been subject to a random testing program meeting the criteria of Title 46 CFR 16.230 for at least 60 days during the previous 185 days and has not failed nor refused to participate in a chemical test for dangerous drugs.” • From Active Duty Military/Military Sealift Command/N.O.A.A./ Army Corps of Engineers: “APPLICANT’S NAME / DOB has been subject to a random testing program and has never refused to participate in or failed a chemical drug test for dangerous drugs.” • Signed by the appropriate personnel Note: We will NOT accept drug testing letters from a Union attesting to participation in a random drug testing program. Step Three – Submit the Forms & Letters Upon successful completion of the pre-employment drug screening and receipt of the letter of participation from the consortium, you must submit copies of them to the Marine Board with your application for your Outfitter Guide registration. Note: You are responsible for keeping a copy of these documents, submitting to new screenings when required, and maintaining participation in a consortium during the entire period of your Outfitter Guide registration.
SECTION 3: DRUG TESTING REQUIREMENTS
PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG SCREENING Finding a Test Site 1. Search for a provider by going to the Drug & Alcohol Testing Industry Association website (http:// datia.org/directories/search-directory.html). 2. Enter your ZIP code under Location. 3. Under Limit Distance To, enter: 50. 4. Under Industry Accreditation Status, check Accredited Collection Facility. 5. Click Start Search. This will bring up a list of collection facilities within your area. NOTE: This directory is not maintained by the federal government or OSMB, and is provided to you as a convenience for informational purposes only. You are advised to contact the testing facility of your choice directly to ensure it meets your needs as well as all OSMB requirements. OSMB does not recommend or endorse any particular provider.
b. On the MROCC website select “MROCC Directory” and enter the MRO’s last name and select “Search Directory.” If certified, the MRO’s name will appear. 8. You can also obtain the name of the laboratory the sample will be sent to and verify the laboratory is SAMHSA certified by visiting the NMC website(www.uscg.mil/nmc), and clicking Drug Testing, and then SAMSHA. Choose one of the current lists of Certified Labs. If certified, the laboratory name and address will be on the list. NOTE: The testing facility should be able to provide a one-stop service to include arranging for the collection of the specimen, laboratory analysis of the specimen at a SAMHSA accredited laboratory, and MRO services for review of the specimen results.
6. Verify the following information with the facility in order to ensure that it will meet OSMB requirements:
9. When arranging for the drug test services, ensure that you will be able to get the results (original or copy) sent back to you.
• Can perform DOT 5 Panel test that tests for Cocaine, Opiates, Phencyclidine, and Amphetamines. • Ensure the laboratory the specimen will be sent to is accredited by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). • Will be signed by a Certified Medical Review Officer (MRO).
After Taking the Test or Having the Specimen Collected:
7. You can obtain the Medical Review Officer’s name from the facility and visit www.aamro.com or http://www.mrocc.org to ensure the MRO is certified. a. On the AAMRO website select “Locate a Certified MRO” and enter the MRO’s last name and select “Search.” If the doctor is a certified MRO, beside their name it will state, “In good standing.”
1.You should be given copy (Donor’s copy) to take with you. That is your receipt that you have taken the drug test. 2. NOTE: This copy does not have the test results on it. 3. The test results should be available approximately 24 to 48 hours after the time you had your specimen collected. 4. These drug test results need to be submitted with your completed application package to the Oregon State Marine Board. 5. Acceptable proof of a drug test result can be one of the following: 17
SECTION 3: DRUG TESTING REQUIREMENTS a. Completion of the DOT/USCG Periodic Drug Testing Form (CG-719P) (http://www.uscg.mil/ forms/cg/CG_719P.pdf), the Medical Review Officer needs to complete this form. OR b. Copy of the Federal Drug Testing Custody and Control Form signed by the Medical Review Officer. Make sure that the test result can be seen clearly. Things to Look for: If the facility uses a chain-of-custody form, it should have the words on the top line “Federal
Drug Testing Custody and Control Form”. If those words are not present on the form in the top space, it is not a DOT (Federal) drug test and will not be accepted. The facility may also use the DOT/USCG Periodic Drug Testing Form (CG719P). Make sure that the name, address, phone number, and fax number of the Medical Review Officer appears in Step 1 on the top portion of the Custody and Control Form or at the bottom of the DOT/ USCG Form CG719P.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS What are dangerous drugs? According to the Department of Transportation (DOT), dangerous drugs are: Marijuana, Cocaine, Opiates (Codeine, Morphine, 6-AM [heroin]), Phencyclidine (PCP), and Amphetamines (Amphetamine, Methamphetamine, MDMA [ecstasy], MDA, MDEA). When am I required to submit proof that I am free of dangerous drugs? Proof that you are free of dangerous drugs is required within the prior 60 days of the initial application for the Motorized Passenger Boat Operator’s Certification, upon renewal of your Outfitter Guide license if it has lapsed for a period longer than one year, or any time you are selected in the random drug testing program. How do I prove that I am free of dangerous drugs? The proof can be submitted by using any of the following options: a) Provide the results of a test that is a DOT 5-Panel that tests for Cocaine, Opiates, Phency18
clidine, and Amphetamines. The test MUST have been conducted within the past 60 days (from the date of the application), sent to a laboratory accredited by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), and must be signed by a certi-fied Medical Review Officer. You can use the DOT/USCG Periodic Drug Testing Form CG-719P to achieve this. If you do not wish to use this form, the Oregon State Marine Board (OSMB) will also accept a completed Federal Chain of Custody form. When using either of these two options you must ensure that all required information is included. b) Provide a letter attesting to participation in a random drug testing program. The letter MUST be on your consortium’s stationary. The letter must be signed by an authorized official and must be dated. Drug tests that have not been conducted IAW 46 & 49 CFR will not be accepted. Wording for Consortium: “(APPLICANT’S NAME/ DOB) has been subject to a random testing program meeting the criteria of Title 46 CFR 16.230 and OAR 250-016-0038 for at least 60 days dur-
SECTION 3: DRUG TESTING REQUIREMENTS ing the previous 185 days, and has not failed nor refused to participate in a chemical test for dangerous drugs.” How do I locate an approved drug testing facility? Search for a provider by going to the Drug & Alcohol Testing Industry Association website (http:// datia.org/directories/search-directory.html) to assist you in locating an approved drug testing facility. Further instructions are located on the PreEmployment Drug Screening on page 17. Where can I get the DOT/USCG Periodic Drug Testing Form CG-719P or Federal Chain of Custody form? The DOT/USCG Periodic Drug Testing Form CG719P can be found at the National Maritime Center’s website (www.uscg.mil/nmc) under “Forms” or http://www.dco.uscg.mil/Portals/9/NMC/pdfs/ forms/CG_719P.pdf. The Federal Chain of Custody form can be obtained by the facility approved to perform a DOT 5 Panel Screening. Am I able to go to the Marine Board (OSMB) to have the drug testing completed? No. The OSMB is not an approved drug testing facility. See the question above to assist you in locating an approved drug testing facility. What do I need to do if my test results show “Negative Dilute?” The OSMB does not accept Negative Dilute results.
b) Notify the Marine Board of the results within 48 hours. c) Successfully complete the return-to-duty process described in OAR 250-016-0038. d) Provide proof of compliance from a consortium providing proof of participation. Based on the results of the steps above, the Marine Board will determine if any further actions need to be taken. A positive drug test can result in an assessment period that may result in the Marine Board not issuing your renewal. Why does it have to be a 5-panel drug test? Why can’t I submit a 7- or 10-panel drug test? The DOT is required by the Omnibus Transportation Employees Testing Act to follow the Health and Human Services (HHS) requirements. As of October 1, 2010, HHS and OSMB will only allow 5-panel drug tests. Does the drug testing facility have to submit the results or can I? The OSMB will accept test results from you or the facility where the testing took place, but you are ultimately responsible for ensuring that drug testing results are received by the OSMB. If the results are being submitted as part of an application, the results should be sent with all other documentation. I tested positive for marijuana, but I am in a state where the use of marijuana for “recreational” purposes is permitted. Will I still be able to obtain a credential?
I am a current Outfitter Guide and I tested positive on my recent drug test. Can I still renew Yes, positive results for marijuana will not be conmy registration or will I be required to surrensidered when issuing a Motorized Passenger Boat der it? Operator Certification. However, boat operators in Oregon are not allowed to operate while impaired Per OAR 250-016-0038 following a positive drug and recreational use of marijuana is not permistest result, you must take the following steps: sible in public, including on any watercraft. a) Stop providing all guiding services immediately. 19
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