(A) All areas of a twelve day jail shall be safe and sanitary, including the food service, storage spaces and laundry areas. Staff and prisoners shall have specific housekeeping responsibilities, which shall include, but are not limited to:
(1) Daily cleaning of toilets, urinals, sinks, drinking facilities and showers in areas occupied by prisoners;
(2) Daily sanitation inspections;
(3) Regular maintenance and repairs.
(B) All grounds, walkways, driveways and parking areas shall be illuminated at night.
(C) The jail shall be inspected annually by local or state health authorities and a written report shall be provided. There shall be a written plan to correct jail-related deficiencies.
(D) The jail shall be inspected once a month for insects, vermin and rodents. Treatment shall be provided as needed by a licensed exterminator. The jail shall maintain documentation of the inspections and any necessary extermination treatments.
(E) The jails shall maintain documentation that the following standards are met with regard to interior lighting:
(1) At least twenty foot-candles, measured thirty inches above the floor, in prisoner reading areas.
(2) At least fifteen foot-candles, measured thirty inches above the floor, in prisoner accessible areas.
(3) Lighting in prisoner sleeping areas shall be reducible to between two and four foot-candles, measured thirty inches above the floor.
(F) The jails shall maintain documentation that the following standards are met with regard to bedding, linens and clothing:
(1) Bedding and mattresses shall be in good repair and cleaned prior to being reissued;
(2) Issued bed linens and towels shall be exchanged once weekly. Issuance of clean linens and towels shall be documented;
(3) Issued clothing shall be exchanged or laundered twice weekly. Arrangements are made to exchange or launder personal clothing and undergarments twice weekly;
(4) Blankets shall be cleaned before being reissued to another prisoner;
(5) Mattresses shall be cleaned once a week;
(6) Bedding, mattresses, towels and clothing shall be exchanged or cleaned when soiled.
(G) Supply and equipment storage areas shall be clean and orderly.
(H) Each prisoner shall be provided the opportunity for a hot shower daily.
(I) The jail shall maintain documentation regarding arrangements made for prisoner haircuts.
(J) Shaving equipment and supplies shall be made available daily. Issuance and retrieval of shaving equipment and supplies shall be documented.
(K) The jail shall be inspected annually by a certified local or state fire safety inspector applying the applicable jurisdictional and Ohio Fire Code. The jail shall have a written plan to correct any jail-related deficiencies. The jail shall maintain documentation of the inspections and any corrective measures taken.
(L) The jail shall have a written fire safety plan approved by local fire officials, and that is reviewed annually and updated as needed. The plan shall include fire prevention, training and drills, fire response and post-fire documentation and review. A current copy of the plan shall be maintained at the local fire department.
(1) Training in jail fire safety equipment shall be conducted annually.
(2) Fire drills shall be conducted at least once every three months on each shift so that at least twelve drills are conducted annually.
(M) Jail facility exits shall be clear and evacuation routes shall be posted or clearly marked throughout the facility.
119.032 review dates:
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 5120.01, 5120.10
Rule Amplifies: 5120.10
Prior Effective Dates: 1/2/81, 1/1/83, 6/1/91, 7/1/94, 9/21/98, 1/1/2003, 7/1/2005