Two other changes to policies related to handicapped individuals would loosen rules on qualifying for jobs. One would disqualify a person for employment only if there is a “direct threat” to health or safety even after reasonable accommodation; current policy requires the individual to show that he or she could work without endangering health and safety. Also, the agency would be allowed to ask disability-related preemployment questions only in exceptional cases; currently agencies may ask such questions routinely when assessing whether the person would be able to perform the job.