Retired Active License: Denturist
A licensed denturist who obtains retired active licensure status can practice in emergency circumstances such as earthquakes, floods, when war has been declared, or states of emergency; the licensed denturist who holds a retired active license can also practice up to 90 days in each calendar year in non-emergencies.
Retired active license
(1) A licensed denturist may place their credential in "retired active" status by meeting the requirements of this section. (2) A licensed denturist who holds a retired active license may only practice in intermittent or emergent circumstances. (a) Intermittent means the licensed denturist will practice no more than ninety days a year. (b) Emergent means the licensed denturist will practice only in emergency circumstances such as earthquakes, floods, times of declared war, or other states of emergency. (3) To obtain a retired active license a licensed denturist must: (a) Meet the requirements of WAC 246-12-120; and (b) Pay the appropriate fee in WAC 246-812-990. (4) To renew a retired active license the licensed denturist must: (a) Meet the requirements in WAC 246-12-130. The retired active license fee is in WAC 246-812-990. (b) Have completed fifteen hours of continuing competency every year in compliance with WAC 246-812-020. (c) Renew their retired active license every year on their birthday. (5) To return to active status the licensed denturist must: (a) Meet the requirements in WAC 246-12-140. The active renewal fee is in WAC 246-812-990. (b) Meet the continuing competency requirements in WAC 246-812-020. (6) A licensed denturist who holds a retired active license is subject to a continuing competency audit.