Prohibitions on use of certain restraints
- • limitations on use of physical restraint and seclusion
(1) The use of a mechanical restraint, chemical restraint or prone restraint on a student in a public education program in this state is prohibited.
(2) The use of physical restraint or seclusion on a student in a public education program in this state is prohibited unless used as provided in ORS 339.291 (Use of physical restraint or seclusion).
(3) As used in this section:
(a) “Chemical restraint” means a drug or medication that is used on a student to control behavior or restrict freedom of movement and that is not:
(A) Prescribed by a licensed physician or other qualified health professional acting under the professional’s scope of practice for standard treatment of the student’s medical or psychiatric condition; and
(B) Administered as prescribed by a licensed physician or other qualified health professional acting under the professional’s scope of practice.
(b)(A) “Mechanical restraint” means a device used to restrict the movement of a student or the movement or normal function of a portion of the body of a student.
(B) “Mechanical restraint” does not include:
(i) A protective or stabilizing device ordered by a licensed physician; or
(ii) A vehicle safety restraint when used as intended during the transport of a student in a moving vehicle.
(c) “Prone restraint” means a restraint in which a student is held face down on the floor. [2011 c.665 §2]
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