Oregon
Rule Rule 943-012-0010
Prohibited Conduct


(1)

Conduct that may result in restriction of access includes, but is not limited to the following:

(a)

Causing or threatening to cause physical injury to Authority employees or visitors;

(b)

Engaging in actions which compromise the safety or health of Authority employees or visitors;

(c)

Causing or threatening to cause harm to the family or property of an employee or visitors through written, electronic, or verbal communication;

(d)

Causing or threatening to cause damage to Authority premises;

(e)

Bringing a deadly or dangerous weapon onto the Authority’s premises, unless authorized by ORS chapter 166 to carry a handgun;

(f)

Displaying, attempting, or threatening to use any weapon, on or off Authority premises, that compromises the safety of Authority employees or visitors;

(g)

Engaging in harassing conduct as defined in ORS 166.065 (Harassment).

(h)

Engaging in telephonic harassment as defined in ORS 166.090 (Telephonic harassment).

(2)

The conduct listed in section (1) is also prohibited if it occurs during employees’ off-work hours and off Authority premises and the prohibited conduct is related to the employee’s work with the Authority.

(3)

Prior to issuing a restriction of access notice, the Authority shall make an individualized assessment as to whether the conduct listed in section (1) of this rule is a result of a disability of which the Authority has knowledge and whether the conduct is a “direct threat” to others as described in OAR 943-005-0000 (Purpose and Applicability) through 943-005-0030 (Reporting Discrimination and Available Remedies). If the Authority determines the disabled individual’s conduct is not a direct threat, the Authority shall explore the possibility of a reasonable accommodation to mitigate the safety risk.

(4)

The prohibitions on conduct in this rule do not apply to individuals who are residents of an Authority-operated residential facility.
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