Toilet, Lavatory, and Bath Facilities
(1)At least one toilet, lavatory, and bath must be provided for each five lodging units or fraction thereof where the individual lodging units are not provided such facilities. The required number of sanitary fixtures must be in accordance with the requirements of the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, Building Codes Division.
(a)Multi-story accommodations constructed after July 1, 1970, must have toilet, lavatory, and bath facilities located on each floor. Toilets, lavatories and bath facilities must be maintained in a clean and sanitary condition.
(b)New toilet, lavatory and bath facilities, or facilities remodeled, enlarged or converted after the effective date of these rules must meet the requirements of the 2008 Oregon Plumbing Specialty Code and the 2007 Oregon Structural Specialty Code.
(2)The location and use of all public toilet and bath facilities must be clearly indicated by appropriate signs.
(3)Toilet, lavatory, and bath facilities for travelers’ accommodations and hostels located in private homes must be separate from toilet and bath facilities utilized by the owner or operator of said travelers’ accommodations and hostels.
(4)All lavatories, bathtubs, and showers must be provided with hot and cold water except where otherwise specifically exempted by the Division. Hot water must be at least 120° F.
(5)Toilet and bathrooms must:
(a)Have floors which are finished with a material that is smooth, easily cleanable, impervious to water, and coved to a height of four inches;
(b)Have shower compartments with walls which are impervious to water to a height of six feet above the floor. An effective water-tight joint between the wall and the floor must be maintained. (Wooden racks or duck boards over shower floors are prohibited);
(c)Have interior finishes which are smooth, easily cleanable, and impervious to water;
(d)Where rubber or impervious mats are used, have such mats clean and dry between usages;
(e)Have bathtub and shower stall floors that are finished with non-slip, impervious surfaces or provided with non-slip impervious bath mats; and
(f)Where glass bath or glass shower doors are used, have such doors made of safety glass.
(6)Non-water carried sewage disposal may not be used in lieu of water carried sewage disposal unless approved by the issuing authority and the Department of Environmental Quality according to OAR 340-071-0130 (General Standards, Prohibitions and Requirements).
(7)All plumbing installations must be in accordance with the requirements of the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, Building Codes Division, 2008 Oregon Plumbing Specialty Code. New plumbing installations, or systems remodeled, enlarged or converted after the effective date of these rules must meet the requirements of the 2008 Oregon Plumbing Specialty Code.
Rule 333-029-0050 — Toilet, Lavatory, and Bath Facilities,