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WAC 246-337-113

Resident sleeping room accommodations.

In resident rooms used for sleeping, the licensee shall provide furniture appropriate for the age and physical condition of each resident, including:
(1) A bed at least thirty-six or more inches wide for adults and appropriate size for children, spaced at least thirty-six inches apart.
(2) No more than two infants per room using two single level nonstacking cribs or bassinets for licensees providing pediatric transitional care services.
(3) Equipping each bed with:
(a) A mattress that is clean, in good repair, and fits the frame;
(b) One or more pillows that are clean, and in good repair for each resident over two and one-half years of age;
(c) Bedding that includes a tight-fitting sheet or cover for the sleeping surface, and a clean blanket or suitable cover; and
(d) Bedding that is in good repair, changed weekly or more often as necessary to maintain cleanliness.
(4) A single level nonstacking crib, infant bed, bassinet or playpen for children twenty-four months of age and younger meeting chapter 70.111 RCW, and including:
(a) Sleep equipment having secure latching devices; and
(b) A mattress that is:
(i) Snug-fitting to prevent the infant from becoming entrapped between the mattress and crib side rails;
(ii) Waterproof and easily sanitized; and
(iii) Free of crib bumpers, stuffed toys or pillows.
(5) A youth bed or regular bed for children twenty-five months of age and older.
(6) If bunk beds are used, prohibit children six years of age or less from using the upper bunk.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 71.12.670, 71.12.684 and 2017 c 263. WSR 19-02-036, § 246-337-113, filed 12/24/18, effective 1/1/19. Statutory Authority: RCW 71.12.670. WSR 18-06-092, § 246-337-113, filed 3/6/18, effective 4/16/18.]
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