OAR 411-055-0325
Standards for Secure Settings

(1) A service provider must have Department-approved policies and procedures to ensure that individuals who are determined by their IDT to need a secure setting to retain maximum independence and protection of their rights.
(2) A service provider must comply with the following standards concerning exit doors:
(a) Locking devices used on exit doors, as approved by the Building Codes Agency and Fire Marshal having jurisdiction over the IIC, must be electronic and release when any of the following occurs:
(A) Upon activation of the fire alarm or sprinkler system.
(B) Power failure to the facility.
(C) By activating a key button or key pad located at exits for use by staff for services.
(b) IICs may not have entrance and exit doors that are closed with non-electronic keyed locks. A door with a keyed lock may not be placed between a resident and the exit.
(3) The issues creating the need for the IIC services must be addressed in the individual’s Behavior Support Plan.
(4) Individuals who are determined to need supervision while in the community must have an individual service plan that includes desired community events with required supervision.
(5) The individual’s need for this restriction must be reviewed by the IDT every month. The review must include discussion with the individual and include a review of the Individually Based Limitation as described in OAR 411-004-0040 (Individually-Based Limitations).
(6) Providers of HCBS must meet all of the requirements set forth under OAR chapter 411, division 4.

Source: Rule 411-055-0325 — Standards for Secure Settings, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=411-055-0325.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 411-055-0325’s source at or​.us