113.6 Inspections, Board Insignias, and Shipping Reports
Each industrialized unit shall be inspected during each phase of the manufacturing process by inspectors certified by the board of such persons designated by the board until inspections demonstrate that the manufacturer's quality control program is capable of assuring that the industrialized units produced are built in accordance with the construction documents approved by the board. When it has been determined that the manufacturer's quality control program is capable of assuring compliance with the board approved construction documents, then at least one overall inspection of "open" construction shall be performed for each unit by an inspector certified or designated by the board.
An insignia shall be obtained from the board for each industrialized unit module to be used within the state of Ohio. The insignia shall be affixed to each unit after a determination is made by the inspector that the unit is constructed in accordance with the construction documents approved by the board, which shall constitute final approval of the unit.
After an insignia has been affixed, the manufacturer shall record its use in shipping records, to be submitted monthly to the board, which shall record:
- The shipping insignia number;
- Ohio board of building standards industrialized unit group assigned project file number appearing on the board-approved construction documents;
- The date the insignia was affixed to the individual unit;
- Name and address of the construction inspector and inspection agency;
- Manufacturer's unit serial number;
- Manufacturer's model number;
- Dealer name and address; and
- Site installation destination address and owner name.
When an inspection determines that the quality control program does not sufficiently ensure compliance with the construction documents approved by the board, the certified inspector or person designated by the board shall, by written notification, inform the manufacturer that the inspection frequency will be increased so that each assembly or component affected by the nonconforming item will be inspected. These inspections shall continue until an inspection determines that the manufacturer's control of the materials and processes used is sufficient to ensure that the units are constructed in accordance with the approved construction documents.