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PDFWAC 246-812-620

Approval of substance use disorder monitoring programs.

(1) WRAMP is the board-approved monitoring program that employs staff with the qualifications and knowledge of both substance abuse and the practice of denturism as defined in this chapter to be able to evaluate:
(a) Clinical laboratories;
(b) Laboratory results;
(c) Providers of substance abuse treatment, both individuals and facilities;
(d) Support groups;
(e) The denturist work environment; and
(f) The ability of the denturist to practice with reasonable skill and safety.
(2) WRAMP shall enter into a monitoring contract with a denturist and the board to oversee a denturist's required recovery activities.
(3) WRAMP may make exceptions to individual components of the contract made on an individual basis, as needed.
(4) WRAMP determines, on an individual basis, whether a denturist must be prohibited from engaging in the practice of denturism for a period of time and restrictions, if any, on the denturist's access to controlled substances in the work place.
(5) WRAMP shall maintain records on participants.
(6) WRAMP must be responsible for providing feedback to the denturist as to whether treatment progress is acceptable.
(7) WRAMP shall report to the board any denturist who fails to comply with the requirements of the monitoring program.
(8) The board shall approve WRAMP's procedures on treatment, monitoring, and limitations on the practice of denturism for those participating in the program.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 18.30.065. WSR 20-04-028, § 246-812-620, filed 1/28/20, effective 2/28/20. Statutory Authority: Chapter 18.30 RCW and 2013 c 171. WSR 14-24-033, § 246-812-620, filed 11/24/14, effective 12/25/14. Statutory Authority: RCW 18.30.070(3). Readopted by WSR 98-20-068, § 246-812-620, filed 10/2/98, effective 11/2/98; WSR 95-22-062, § 246-812-620, filed 10/30/95, effective 11/30/95.]
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