(1)Applicable Codes: Each Opioid Treatment Program shall maintain up-to-date documentation verifying that they meet applicable building codes, and state and local fire and safety regulations. The program must check with local government to make sure all applicable local codes have been met.
(2)Space Where Services Provided: Each Opioid Treatment Program shall provide space for services including but not limited to intake, assessment and , counseling, and telephone conversations that assures the privacy and confidentiality of clients and is furnished in an adequate and comfortable fashion including plumbing, sanitation, heating, and cooling.
(3)Disabled Accessibility: Programs shall be accessible to persons with disabilities pursuant to Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act if the program receives any public funds or Title III of the Act if no public funds are received.
(4)Emergency Procedures: Programs shall adopt and implement emergency policies and procedures, including an evacuation plan and emergency plan in case of fire, explosion, accident, death or other emergency. The policies and procedures and emergency plans shall be current and posted next to the telephone used by staff. In addition, programs shall maintain a 24 hour telephone answering capability to respond to facility and patient emergencies;
(5)Disaster Plan: The program must develop and regularly update a disaster plan that outlines the program response to disasters of human or natural origin that may render the program’s facility unusable. The plan must address the following;
(a)How emergency dosing will be implemented; and
(b)Identification of emergency links to other community agencies.
Rule 415-020-0085 — Building Requirements,