State law, regulation, or district policy addresses vaping or electronic cigarette use.
Oregon Administrative Rules 333-015-0035 Oregon Indoor Clean Air Act: General Provision
(1) No person shall smoke, aerosolize or vaporize an inhalant or carry a lighted smoking instrument in a public place or place of employment except in those areas that are not required to be smoke, aerosol or vapor free under ORS 433.850(2) and OAR 333-015-0035(6) through (8).
Oregon Administrative Rules 333-051-0040 Oregon Indoor Clean Air Act: Signs
(1) An employer or entity in charge, except in those places described in OAR 333-015-0035(5) through (8), must post signs prominently at each entrance and exit to the place of employment or public place.
- (a) Signs must state that smoking, aerosolizing or vaporizing of inhalants is prohibited within 10 feet of entrances, exits, windows that open, and ventilation intakes that serve an enclosed area.
- (b) Signs may be used without the words "within 10 feet" if the signs specify a restriction greater than 10 feet or designate the entire premises as smoke, aerosol and vapor free.
Oregon Revised Statutes 339.883 Possession of tobacco products or inhalent delivery systems by person under 21 prohibited at certain facilities
(1) As used in this section:
- (a) “Facility” means a public or private school, college, community college, university, career school, technical education school, youth correction facility or juvenile detention facility.
- (b) “Inhalant delivery system” has the meaning given that term in ORS 431A.175.
- (c) “Tobacco products” has the meaning given that term in ORS 431A.175. (2) A facility shall not permit a person under 21 years of age to possess tobacco products or inhalant delivery systems while the person is present on facility grounds or in facility buildings or attending facility-sponsored activities. (3) A facility must have a written policy prohibiting the possession of tobacco products and inhalant delivery systems by persons under 21 years of age under the conditions described in subsection (2) of this section. The facility must have a written plan to implement the policy. (4) This section does not apply to a person for whom a tobacco or nicotine product or a substance to be used with an inhalant delivery system has been lawfully prescribed.
Oregon Revised Statutes 431A.175 Definitions; unlawful activities; notice; rules
(1) As used in this section and ORS 431A.183: (a)
- (A) “Inhalant delivery system” means:
- (i) A device that can be used to deliver nicotine or cannabinoids in the form of a vapor or aerosol to a person inhaling from the device; or
- (ii) A component of a device described in this subparagraph or a substance in any form sold for the purpose of being vaporized or aerosolized by a device described in this subparagraph, whether the component or substance is sold separately or is not sold separately.