What is considered general neglect?
General neglect is the negligent failure of a parent/guardian or caretaker to provide adequate food, clothing, shelter, or supervision where no physical injury to the child has occurred. Severe neglect refers to those situations of neglect where the child’s health is endangered, including severe malnutrition.
What do mandatory reporters have to report Oregon?
As a mandatory reporter, you must immediately make a report any time you have reasonable cause to suspect child abuse, regardless of whether you learn of the abuse during work hours or off the job. Child abuse reporting is a 24-hour-a-day, 7-day-a-week responsibility.
Where to report abuse and neglect in Oregon?
If you suspect abuse, neglect or financial exploitation of an elderly person or an adult with physical disabilities, report abuse or neglect to the Department of Human Services office in your area.
What to do if you suspect abuse or neglect?
If you suspect abuse, neglect or financial exploitation of an adult with developmental disabilities report abuse or neglect to your county developmental disability program. If you suspect abuse, neglect or financial exploitation of an adult with mental illness report abuse to your county mental health program.
How to report fraud in the state of Oregon?
Reporting Fraud Report suspected client or provider fraud of food benefits (SNAP), cash assistance (TANF), child care benefits or the Oregon Trail card, which is used for Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT). Report suspected fraud or waste by an ODHS employee.
Can a violation of OSHA be used to prove negligence?
The Pruettcourt held that evidence of an OSHA violation was not admis- sible to prove negligence per se, nor could the regulation even be offered as evidence of the standard of care. This is a minority rule. Most state and federal courts agree that, at a mini- mum, evidence of an OSHA violation can be used as some evidence of neg- ligence.
What do you need to know about unemployment in Oregon?
Employer Rights & Responsibilities (UI Pub 215) This informational flier covers your rights and responsibilities as an employer subject to Unemployment Insurance law in Oregon. Employer, Employee and Wages (UI Pub 205) This informational flier covers definitions related to employers, employees and wages as they pertain to Employment Department law.
How to search Oregon State employees by name?
Search Oregon state government employees by first name and/or last name; narrow results by including an agency. Search results are limited to 200.
What are the tax forms for Oregon employers?
2021 Combined Payroll Tax Reporting Instruction Booklet 2021 payroll tax reporting instructions for Oregon employers. 2021 Plain Paper Specifications Specifications for the plain paper format of the Form OQ, Schedule B, and Form 132 Employee Detail Report.
What do you need to know about payroll in Oregon?
Domestic Employers (UI Pub 207) This informational flier covers payroll topics for domestic employers only. The definition of a domestic employer is included in this flier. Employer Rights & Responsibilities (UI Pub 215) This informational flier covers your rights and responsibilities as an employer subject to Unemployment Insurance law in Oregon.