296-150T-0020 - What definitions apply to this chapter?
296-150T-0020. What definitions apply to this chapter?
"Approved" is approved by the department of labor and industries.
"Damaged in transit" is damage that effects the integrity of the structural design or damage to any other system referenced in the codes required by the temporary worker housing construction standard.
"Department" is the department of labor and industries. The department may also be referred to as "we" or "us" in this chapter. Note: You may contact us at: Department of Labor and Industries, Specialty Compliance, PO Box 44440, Olympia, WA 98504-4440.
"Department of health" is the state agency responsible for adopting by rule a "temporary worker housing construction standard." You may contact them for copies of the "temporary worker housing construction standards" at: Department of Health, PO Box 47852, Olympia, WA 98504-7852.
"Design option" is a design that a manufacturer may use as an option to its design plan.
"Design plan" is a plan for the construction of factory-built temporary worker housing that includes floor plans, elevation drawings, specifications, engineering data, or test results necessary for a complete evaluation of the design. The design plan expires one year after approval or when a new temporary worker housing construction standard becomes effective or the electrical code as adopted by chapter 296-46 WAC adopts a new code. Electrical code changes if minor may be made by submitting an addendum.
"Equipment" is all material, appliances, devices, fixtures, fittings, or accessories used in the manufacture, assembly, installation, or alteration of factory-built temporary worker housing structures.
"Factory assembled structure (FAS) advisory board" is a board authorized to advise the director of the department regarding the issues and adoption of rules relating to factory-built temporary worker housing structures. (See RCW 43.22.420.)
"Factory-built temporary worker housing" is housing designed and constructed to the requirements in chapter 246-359 WAC, "temporary worker housing construction standard" as promulgated by the department of health for human occupancy. The structure which is entirely or substantially prefabricated or assembled at a place other than a building site. (See RCW 43.22.450(3).)
"Insignia" is a label that we attach to a structure to verify that a factory-built temporary worker housing structure meets the requirements of this chapter.
"Install" is to erect or set in place a structure at a building site. It may also be the construction or assembly of a component as part of a factory-built temporary worker housing.
"Listed" is a piece of equipment, a component, or an installation that appears in a list published by a testing or listing agency and is suitable for use in a specified manner.
"Listing agency" is an organization whose business is approving equipment, components, or installations for publication.
"Local enforcement agency" is the department of health with power to enforce regulations governing the installation of factory-built temporary worker housing.
"Manufacturing" is making, fabricating, forming, or assembling a factory-built temporary worker housing structure.
"Repair" is the replacement, addition, modification, or removal of any construction, equipment, system, or installation to correct damage in transit or during on-site installation before occupancy.
"Unit" is a factory-built temporary worker structure.
Statutory Authority: RCW 43.22.480. 99-12-079, § 296-150T-0020, filed 5/28/99, effective 6/28/99.
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