Colorado Revised Statutes Title 12. Professions and Occupations § 12-310-103. Registration--penalty--renewal--database--fees--rules
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(1) On and after April 1, 2011:
(a) A person may not perform the duties of a surgical assistant or surgical technologist unless the person is registered by the director. Prior to registration, a person shall submit to a criminal history record check in the form and manner as described in section 12-310-107.
(b) A person who performs the duties of a surgical assistant or surgical technologist without being registered under this article 310 is subject to penalties pursuant to section 12-20-407(1)(b).
(2) Registrations made pursuant to this article 310 are subject to the renewal, expiration, reinstatement, and delinquency fee provisions specified in section 12-20-202(1) and (2). The director shall not reinstate the registration until the person submits to a criminal history record check in the form and manner as described in section 12-310-107.
(3)(a) The director shall maintain a database of all registrants. The director shall charge a fee in the same manner as authorized in section 12-20-105 for registration in the database.
(b) Each registrant shall provide for registration in the database: The registrant's name; current address; educational and training qualifications; all current employers; employers within the previous five years; the jurisdictions other than Colorado in which the registrant is or has been licensed, certified, or registered, if applicable; whether the registrant is currently certified by a nationally accredited certifying organization and, if so, which one; and any civil, criminal, or administrative action relating to performing the duties of a surgical assistant or surgical technologist of which the registrant was the subject in this or any other jurisdiction. Registrants shall update their information in the database within thirty days after any change and give the director written notice of any civil, criminal, or administrative actions. When recording the information required by this section, each registrant shall indicate whether the registrant has been convicted of or entered a plea of guilty or nolo contendere to any misdemeanor relating to drugs or alcohol or to any felony.
(c) Information in the database shall be open to the public.
(4) The director shall promulgate rules pursuant to section 12-20-204.
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