OAR 333-030-0050
Sleeping Space

(1) Each permanent sleeping unit must have:
(a) For fire safety, at least 30 inches (760 mm) of walking space between beds or sleeping bags placed on the floor.
(b) At least 30 inches (760 mm) separation between the heads of sleepers must be provided for communicable disease prevention. In lieu of such separation, partitions or physical barriers are acceptable.
(c) At least 30 inches (760 mm) vertical separation between tiers of beds or between the top tier and the ceiling.
(d) Where two tiers of beds are provided, there must be at least 10 inches (254 mm) of space between the floor of the sleeping units and the underside of the first tier of beds. In lieu of such spacing, the first tier of bunks must have a continuous base, which must be sealed to the floor.
(e) Upper bunk beds must have a guardrail on each side of the bed, except a guardrail need not be provided on the side of a bed securely attached to a wall. The guardrails must create no spaces wider than 3.5 inches (89 mm) to prevent an entrapment or choking hazard, and must extend at least 5 inches (127 mm) above the top of the mattress.
(2) Permanent sleeping units must be provided with cross ventilation or must comply with the ventilation requirements of the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS), Building Codes Division.
(3) Sleeping units and furnishings must be kept clean and in good repair.
(4) Bedding:
(a) Pillowslips, sheets, towels and washcloths, when provided by the camp operator, must be washed at least once per week and before being assigned to a different camper or staff member.
(b) Blankets, spreads, mattresses and pillows must be kept clean and free of insect infestation. Mattresses must be covered with a non-absorbent cover or other approved protection and must be maintained clean and in good repair.
(c) If sheets are not provided by the camp operator, the cover, pad, or mattress must be cleaned for each incoming camper or staff member, and more often if necessary.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 333-030-0050’s source at or​.us