When all equipment and materiel is stored on the stationary side of the shelter, the
limited floor space presents a safety hazard to operating personnel. This is most
critical during the raising and lowering of the roof panel. Failure to observe
supplemental instructions could result in serious injury to personnel. Personnel
inside the shelter could become trapped between the roof panel and equipment
bolted to the floor.
c. Two people inside the shelter, using the support
struts (1), will lower the roof panel (2) until two personnel
outside can reach and hold the weight of the roof.
d. Inside personnel will shorten the struts (1) and
secure to roof brackets (3). They will then move into
position to assist outside personnel.
e. After all inside personnel are clear allow the roof
panel (2) to close to the vertical position.
f. After the shelter has been folded as detailed in steps a thru e and prepared in accordance with
TM 10-5411-201-14, the Electric/Instrument Shop is ready for transport or storage.
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