Physical Therapist Administration of Respiratory Therapy Treatments during Declared Emergency
Posted December 15, 2022
During a declared public health emergency for COVID, RSV, or influenza, a Utah licensed physical therapist may administer certain respiratory therapy treatments, including the non-invasive delivery of medication to non-critical patients. This exemption includes permitting a physical therapist to administer aerosols in an institutional setting, even if a respiratory therapist is available in, or within a 10-mile radius of, the institution. See Utah Code §58-24b-403(2). The physical therapist must be adequately trained and work under the general supervision of an actively licensed respiratory care practitioner (respiratory therapist). This temporary emergency expansion does not alter the applicable standard of practice for any profession.
DOPL Exams Fee Increase
Posted April 29, 2022
Effective May 16, 2022, all "state sponsored" DOPL licensing exam fees will be increasing by $10. For questions about this increase, please contact email@example.com
Suspended License Scam
The Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing (DOPL) has received reports of fraudulent calls and emailed letters informing licensees that their license has been suspended. See "Suspended License Scam Letter " issued February 22, 2022 for further details about this scam.
DOPL Moving to Electronic-Only Renewal Notifications
Posted October 28, 2021
The Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing is transitioning to electronic-only renewal notifications. Licenses expiring between now and May 31, 2023 will receive one last postcard renewal reminder.
Beginning June 2023, ALL renewal notices will be sent ONLY to your email address on file with DOPL. If you are unsure if we have your correct email address on file, you can update your record by visiting https://secure.utah.gov/doplrenewal/client/addressChange.html
ALSO: UPDATE YOUR EMAIL SETTINGS to allow all email correspondence from StateOfUtahCommerceLicensing@Utah.gov. You may have already received correspondence from this address, as DOPL has been sending license renewal notifications via email for the last few years.
The Heber Wells Building is OPEN to the Public.
The Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing (DOPL) is now open to walk-in customers. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, excluding state holidays. If you prefer to contact DOPL by online transaction, phone mail, and/or email communication, you may do so by visiting our Contact page or calling (801) 530-6628. For your convenience, you may also use a Department of Commerce drop box located just inside the lobby door if you do not wish to wait in line and are simply submitting a completed form, application, or other document.
Fingerprinting services are by appointment only
Fingerprinting at the Division is offered from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Heber Wells Building by appointment only. DOPL offers fingerprinting services for avenues of licensure that require a fingerprint base background check for no additional charge.
Please visit the Division's Fingerprinting Services Page to make an appointment. Valid government issued ID (i.e. US Driver’s License, State ID, Passport or US Military ID) is required.
Note: You must have an application on file with the Division, or be prepared to submit your application when you arrive for your appointment. Electronic application services are available for most licenses and can be found here . Please arrive at least 5 minutes prior to your appointment if you are submitting a paper application.
DOPL Temporarily Suspends Enforcement of e-Prescribing Requirement for Controlled Substances
See "Pharmacy E-Prescribing Law Delay Notice " effective 01/01/2022
DOPL Extends Temporary Suspension of "Live" CE Requirements
See "CE Live Requirement Extension Notice " issued 01/01/2022 by Mark Steinagel