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 ===== Definitions ===== ===== Definitions =====
  
-  * +  * Any references made to “**site**”, “**on site**”, etc. refer to the HSBNE porthack campus located in Hamilton. 
- +  * **Site modification**  ​- is any alteration to walls, doors, fixtures, or any other part of our site that is permanent or cannot be easily reversed by any member. 
-Any references made to “site”, “on site”, etc. refer to the HSBNE porthack campus located in Hamilton. +  * **Site Manager**  ​- is someone who has been appointed by the landlord to act on behalf of them to help manage or maintain the site. 
- +  * **Written notice**  ​- a formal notice that can be delivered via email, discord or in person.
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-Site modification - is any alteration to walls, doors, fixtures, or any other part of our site that is permanent or cannot be easily reversed by any member. +
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-Site Manager - is someone who has been appointed by the landlord to act on behalf of them to help manage or maintain the site. +
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-Written notice - a formal notice that can be delivered via email, discord or in person. +
 ====== Site Modifications ====== ====== Site Modifications ======
  
-  * +  * All site modifications must be authorised. 
- +  * For a site modification to be authorised, it must: 
-All site modifications must be authorised. +      * Have a detailed plan of execution including a timeline for completion 
- +      * Be approved by the executive or a vote at a general meeting 
-  * +      * Be approved and authorised by the landlord/​site manager if necessary 
- +      * Must be completed within the specified timeline 
-For a site modification to be authorised, it must: +  * Before beginning work on any site modification,​ written permission must be given by the executive that work may start. This is to ensure all approvals/​authorisations are in place from the landlord/​site manager. 
- +  * Emergency repairs are exempt from this policy when they are reasonably necessary to meet lease obligations such as security or safety. (ie a broken window may be fixed immediately) 
-      * +  * Small repairs such as fixing holes in walls, broken fixtures etc are permitted.
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-Have a detailed plan of execution including a timeline for completion +
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-Be approved by the executive or a vote at a general meeting +
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-Be approved and authorised by the landlord/​site manager if necessary +
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-Must be completed within the specified timeline +
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-Before beginning work on any site modification,​ written permission must be given by the executive that work may start. This is to ensure all approvals/​authorisations are in place from the landlord/​site manager. +
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-Emergency repairs are exempt from this policy when they are reasonably necessary to meet lease obligations such as security or safety. (ie a broken window may be fixed immediately) +
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-Small repairs such as fixing holes in walls, broken fixtures etc are permitted.+
  
 ==== Examples of site modifications ==== ==== Examples of site modifications ====
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 This is a non exhaustive list of examples that are site modifications:​ removing a broken air conditioning unit that was already installed when we got there, moving a light switch to somewhere more convenient, knocking down a wall, using screws or nails to attach something to a wall, painting a wall (that isn’t part of a repair), installing a set of shelves that attach to a wall, etc. This is a non exhaustive list of examples that are site modifications:​ removing a broken air conditioning unit that was already installed when we got there, moving a light switch to somewhere more convenient, knocking down a wall, using screws or nails to attach something to a wall, painting a wall (that isn’t part of a repair), installing a set of shelves that attach to a wall, etc.
  
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-For the purpose of this policy, “work” or “electrical work” is work related to any voltage higher than ELV as defined by AS/NZS 60950.1:​2003 as “a voltage not exceeding 42.4 V peak or 60 V d.c.”. +
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-Performing work related to permanent electrical infrastructure,​ such as moving, adding, removing or adjusting any of the following is prohibited:​ +
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-Lighting fixtures or switches +
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-Electrical sockets (GPOs) +
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-Wiring or electrical board +
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-Any other mains related equipment that is permanently fixed +
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-All licensed work must be carried out by someone who has been appointed by, or approved by the landlord or site manager.+  * For the purpose of this policy, “work” or “electrical work” is work related to any voltage higher than ELV as defined by AS/NZS 60950.1:​2003 as “a voltage not exceeding 42.4 V peak or 60 V d.c.”. 
 +  * Performing work related to permanent electrical infrastructure,​ such as moving, adding, removing or adjusting any of the following is prohibited:​ 
 +      * Lighting fixtures or switches 
 +      * Electrical sockets (GPOs) 
 +      * Wiring or electrical board 
 +      * Any other mains related equipment that is permanently fixed 
 +  * All licensed work must be carried out by someone who has been appointed by, or approved by the landlord or site manager.