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Examples for rule interpretation
State and local agencies
  1. A state agency has three locations: two office sites (25 employees each) and one maintenance yard. All full and part time employees at the two office sites are required to drill. The maintenance yard has 20 full and part employees, with only two in the office. The office employees at the maintenance site are not required to drill, because they make up less than 50% of the employees at that site. 
  2. A local public works agency has one site: a maintenance shop/yard. Only 5% of the full and part time employees are in the office. The rest are road crews, mechanics, etc. The office employees are not required to drill.
  3. An agency has one location with 80 full and part time office employees and five full time maintenance staff. All office employees are required to drill.

Non-governmental employers
A company has 300 full time employees at three sites in Oregon: a corporate office, one manufacturing site, and one mixed site. The company evaluates their drill status based on the 50% rule. The corporate office has 120 full and part employees (all office employees). The employees are required to drill. The manufacturing site has 120 full and part time employees in which 10% are in offices. The office employees are not required to drill. The mixed site has 120 full and part time employees in which 55% are in offices. The office employees are required to drill.