OAR 415-050-0080

The program must meet the following safety requirements:


At no time must the number of individuals served exceed the approved capacity;


A written emergency plan must be developed and posted next to the telephone used by program staff and must include:


Instructions for the program staff or designated resident in the event of fire, explosion, accident, death, or other emergency and the telephone numbers of the local fire department, law enforcement agencies, hospital emergency rooms, and the detoxification program’s designated physician and on-call back-up program staff;


The telephone number of the administrator or clinical supervisor and other persons to be contacted in case of emergency; and


Instructions for the evacuation of individuals and program staff in the event of fire, explosion, or other emergency.


The detoxification program must provide fire safety equipment appropriate to the number of individuals served, and meeting the requirements of the State of Oregon Structural Specialty Code and Fire and Life Safety Regulations:


Fire detection and protection equipment must be inspected as required by the State Fire Marshal;


All flammable and combustible materials must be properly labeled and stored in the original container in accordance with the rules of the State Fire Marshal; and


The detoxification program must conduct unannounced fire evacuation drills at least monthly. At least once every three months the monthly drill must occur between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. Written documentation of the dates and times of the drills, time elapsed to evacuate, and program staff conducting the drills must be maintained.


At least one program staff who is trained in First Aid and CPR must be onsite at all times
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Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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