Lodge Siting Guide - Page 2

Quality Assurance The Twin Unit range has been designed to make the commissioning of two units as simple and as easy as possible. As a result this provides the customer with a product, which exceeds their expectations. It is expected that the siting and commissioning teams provide the exact same standards of attention to detail and quality during all commissioning processes. Arrival at Site The units will have been inspected at the point of delivery between the park operator and the transport company. However, it is always advisable to inspect the unit before any work is carried out and bring to the attention any issues to the park operator immediately. It is vital that Twin Unit lodges are supported by use of their front and rear support legs during any storage period, failure to do so, could cause problems with alignment when siting at a later date. Carry Out Risk Assessment On arrival, the siting team should establish whether there are any site-specific health and safety guidelines that have to be adhered to. An initial risk assessment should be carried out, taking into consideration the immediate area on and around the base itself, adjacent areas where it may be necessary to move the units, to carry out inspections and the movement of materials. Particular consideration should also be given to ground stability, obstructions and weather conditions. Move 1st Half of the Unit onto Base Check chassis tyre pressures are ok (120psi) prior to moving the unit. The correct method is to completely jack, pack and level one half of the twin unit first; this is then used as a reference point for the 2 nd half to connect to. Only appropriate equipment suggested within the current NCC guidelines should be used to site the units. The unit should be sufficiently aligned, to allow all packing blocks and support legs, to be safely located within good firm ground of the concrete base. Rev 1 14th June -13 Page 2 of 12