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Construction and Commissioning

It is not mandatory to apply for commissioning inspection of first household and storey shelters, but the first commissioned shelter serves as a useful reference for other shelters in the same project development.

How to apply for a commissioning inspection

Before application

The Qualified Person must complete the relevant checklist

 

Application

The QP must submit the application via CORENET at least 5 working days before the proposed date of commissioning.

 

Applications should be accompanied with a completed checklist endorsed by the Qualified Person.

Re-application

If the shelter fails the inspection, the QP may apply for a second inspection at least 14 working days before the proposed date of inspection.

 

 

Number of shelters to be inspected

The sample size for household and story shelter project commissioning inspection is as follows:

Table 1 – Household shelter (HS) sample size

Number of HS in each project or block

Number of HS samples selected for commissioning inspection

1 to 5

1

6 to 20

2

21 to 100

5

> 100

5% of total units

 

Table 2 – Storey shelter (SS) sample size

Number of SS compartments in each project or block

Number of SS compartment samples selected for commissioning inspection

1 to 5

1

6 to 10

2

11 to 30

3

31 to 50

4

> 50

8% of SS compartments

 

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