§ 82.5a. Occupancy.
Occupancy of a camp shall be determined by the number of square feet of usable floor space in sleeping rooms and habitable rooms in the case of single family living units. The following ratios shall apply:
(1) In dormitory and other sleeping rooms shared by unrelated seasonal farm workers:
(i) Fifty square feet of floor space per adult.
(ii) Twenty-five square feet of floor space per occupant under 14 years of age.
(2) In living units of one or more rooms in which the occupants cook, live and sleep:
(i) One hundred square feet of floor space per adult.
(ii) Fifty square feet of floor space per occupant under 14 years of age.
(iii) If a family has children age 6 or older, at least one partition of rigid material shall be provided for reasonable privacy of the parents. The partitioned area does not have to comply with § 82.5(f) (relating to camp housing).
The provisions of this § 82.5a issued under sections 301 and 603 of the Seasonal Farm Labor Act (43 P. S. § § 1301.301 and 1301.603).
The provisions of this § 82.5a adopted January 2, 1981, effective January 3, 1981, 11 Pa.B. 11.
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