Wash. Admin. Code § 296-150P-0330 - What is required for comprehensive design-plan approval?

Current through Register Vol. 22-06, March 15, 2022

If you are the manufacturer applying for state-plan approval:

(1) You must submit two sets of comprehensive design plans (do not send originals) to us for approval. Design plans must be accompanied by the initial filing fee, if appropriate, and the design-plan fee. (See WAC 296-150P-3000.)
(2) Your comprehensive design plan must indicate compliance with the appropriate ANSI standards in the following plans and drawings:
(a) Floor plans relating to fire and life safety, electrical, plumbing, liquefied petroleum (LP) and/or natural gas systems and appliances, and air conditioning systems, if applicable, of each recreational park trailer.
(b) Plumbing line drawings which describe the size, length and location of gas piping lines, liquid and body waste lines, liquid and body waste tanks, and potable water tanks.
(c) Electrical drawings.
(d) Structural drawings showing compliance with ANSI A119.5, Chapter 5.


We will provide a check list with detailed requirements for each type of plan upon request.

(3) Current comprehensive design plans must be available at each manufacturing location.
(4) You must have an approved quality control manual. (See WAC 296-150P-0400, 296-150P-0410.)


You do not need a quality control manual if you are an individual asking us to inspect a recreational park trailer.


Wash. Admin. Code § 296-150P-0330

Statutory Authority: RCW 43.22.340 and 43.22.420. 97-16-043, § 296-150P-0330, filed 7/31/97, effective 12/1/97.

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