LOWERING SHELTER ROOF
When all equipment and materiel are stored on stationary side of shelter, limited loor
space presents a safety hazard to personnel. This is most critical during raising and
lowering of roof panel. Personnel inside shelter could become trapped between roof
panel and equipment bolted to loor. Failure to observe warning could result in SERIOUS
INJURY to personnel.
To avoid INJURY, a minimum of four personnel are required to perform all of the following
When swinging end wall closed, D-rings on ECU panel should be pressed lat against panel to
prevent damage to hinged roof.
Lowering Shelter Roof.
Two personnel inside shelter, using support strut assemblies (Figure 3, Item 2), will lower roof panel (Figure
3, Item 1) until two personnel outside can reach and hold weight of roof panel (Figure 3, Item 1).