61-125.2605 - Doors. (II)

Current through Register Vol. 46, No. 3, March 25, 2022

A. All patient rooms and bathrooms and restrooms shall have opaque doors for the purpose of privacy.
B. All glass doors, including sliding or patio type doors shall have a contrasting or other indicator that causes the glass to be observable, for example, a decal located at eye level.
C. Bathroom and restroom door widths shall be at least thirty-six (36) inches wide.
D. Doors to patient occupied rooms shall be at least thirty-six (36) inches wide.
E. Doors that have locks shall be unlockable and openable with one (1) action.
F. If patient room doors are lockable, there shall be provisions for emergency entry. There shall not be locks that cannot be unlocked and operated from inside the room.
G. All patient room doors shall be solid-core. Patient room doors shall be rated and provided with closers and latches as required by the codes referenced in Section 1902.

Notes

Added by State Register Volume 43, Issue No. 05, eff. 5/24/2019.

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