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7 Pa. Code § 82.5b. Sleeping room contents.

§ 82.5b. Sleeping room contents.

 (a)  Each occupant of the camp shall be provided with a bed, mattress and cover, pillow and case, sheets, and blankets, subject to the following conditions:

   (1)  Beds, bunks or cots shall be elevated at least 12 inches from the floor and spaced at least 36 inches apart on all sides.

   (2)  Double bunks shall be spaced at least 48 inches apart on all sides and have at least 27 inches between the upper and lower bunk.

   (3)  Triple deck bunks shall be prohibited.

   (4)  Beds designed for double occupancy may be used in single family sleeping rooms.

   (5)  In single family occupancy units:

     (i)   The permittee shall provide all bed linens.

     (ii)   The family who occupies the unit may provide the bed linen.

     (iii)   Bed linen shall be available when the camp is occupied.

 (b)  Each camp occupant shall be provided with suitable storage facilities in the sleeping room area. The following shall be acceptable:

   (1)  Wall lockers or closets.

   (2)  Three feet of rod and shelving.

   (3)  A dresser or equivalent storage space.


   The provisions of this §  82.5b issued under sections 301 and 603 of the Seasonal Farm Labor Act (43 P. S. § §  1301.301 and 1301.603).


   The provisions of this §  82.5b adopted January 2, 1981, effective January 3, 1981, 11 Pa.B. 11.

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