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PDFWAC 296-150T-0500

When is an inspection required?

(1) Before we issue an insignia, each factory-built temporary worker housing structure must be inspected at the manufacturing location as many times as are required by the temporary worker housing construction standard. (See WAC 296-150T-0600.) Inspections may include:
(a) A "cover" inspection during construction of the unit before the electrical, plumbing, mechanical, and structural systems are covered;
(b) Insulation inspection, if installed;
(c) A final inspection after the factory-built temporary worker housing structure is complete;
Each factory-built temporary worker housing structure must have a serial number to enable us to track inspections.
(2) If we discover a violation during inspection, we will issue a notice of noncompliance. You can correct the violation during the inspection. If you cannot correct the violation during inspection, you must leave the item uncovered until we approve your correction.
(3) After a unit is manufactured but before occupancy, we must inspect a factory-built temporary worker housing structure if it is damaged in transit to the building site or during on-site installation. This is considered a repair inspection. (See WAC 296-150T-0540.)
(4) Approved design plans must be available for all inspections.
(5) Once your unit is inspected and approved we will attach the insignia.
We only inspect factory-built temporary worker housing structures before occupancy. After occupancy, the department of health agency is the inspection agency.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.22.480. WSR 99-12-079, ยง 296-150T-0500, filed 5/28/99, effective 6/28/99.]
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