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Chapter 246-359 WAC

Last Update: 1/18/99

TEMPORARY WORKER HOUSING CONSTRUCTION STANDARD

WAC Sections

Purpose and scope.
Applicability.
Definitions.
Powers and duties of the department of health.
Cooperation with the department of health—Right of entry.
Appeals.
Minor variances to the temporary worker housing construction standard.
Architect or engineer of record and plan submittal responsibilities.
Application and construction documents required for plan review.
Plan review approval and expiration of plan approval.
Issuing and maintaining a construction permit.
Expiration and extension of construction permits.
Construction without a permit.
Required inspections.
Stop work orders.
Certificate of completion.
Site requirements.
Temporary worker housing minimum floor area and ceiling height.
Wood framed construction and concrete masonry unit (CMU) general limitations.
Concrete footings and foundations for wood framed construction.
Wood framed construction.
Treated wood foundations for wood framed construction.
Floor framing for wood framed construction.
Wall framing for wood framed construction.
Exterior wall covering for wood framed construction.
Roof framing for wood framed construction and concrete masonry units (CMU).
Ceiling framing for wood framed construction and concrete masonry units (CMU).
Roof sheathing for wood framed construction and concrete masonry units.
Roof covering materials for wood framed construction and concrete masonry units (CMU).
Roof framing ventilation for wood framed construction and concrete masonry units (CMU).
Nailing schedule wood framed construction and concrete masonry units.
Roof connections for concrete masonry units (CMU).
Concrete masonry unit (CMU).
Concrete masonry units (CMU) materials.
Foundations and footings for concrete masonry units (CMU) walls.
Placing of concrete masonry units (CMU).
Floors for concrete masonry units (CMU).
Walls of concrete masonry units (CMU).
Window construction requirements.
Door requirements.
Door landings, stairways and guardrails.
Interior finishes.
Lighting and electrical.
Smoke detectors.
Plumbing.
Cooking facilities.
Mechanical installations.
Energy and ventilation and indoor air quality requirement exemptions.
Heating and insulation.
Liquid petroleum gas (LP-gas) storage tanks.
Alternate construction.
Approval of factory assembled structures (FAS).
Installation of factory assembled structures (FAS)—Except for manufactured homes.
Installation requirements for manufactured homes.
Manufactured home installers.
Drain connector to factory assembled structures (FAS).
Water connector to factory assembled structures (FAS).
Gas connections to factory assembled structures (FAS).
WISHA requirements affecting building temporary worker housing.
Fees.