(1) Each outpatient crisis response facility shall ensure that its facilities, buildings, and homes:
(a) meet all applicable state and local building and fire codes. The facility must be annually inspected for compliance with fire codes by the state fire marshal or the marshal's designee, and the facility shall maintain a record of such inspection for at least one year following the date of the inspection;
(b) have a workable portable fire extinguisher on each floor, with a minimum rating of 2A10BC. Extinguishers must be readily accessible at all times;
(c) have a properly maintained and monthly tested smoke detector, approved by a recognized testing laboratory, on each floor of the facility; and
(d) have building exits which must be unobstructed and clearly marked.
(2) Each facility shall ensure its facilities, buildings, homes, equipment, and grounds are clean and maintained in good repair at all times for the safety and well being of its clients, staff, and visitors.