Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 60. Safety
Section 220. Duties of the Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
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AS 18.60.220. Duties of the Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

The Department of Labor and Workforce Development shall

(1) have all violators of AS 18.60.180 - 18.60.390 prosecuted;

(2) issue, suspend, or revoke for cause, inspection certificates provided for in AS 18.60.390 ;

(3) take action necessary for the enforcement of the laws and regulations governing the use of boilers and unfired pressure vessels;

(4) keep a complete record of the type, dimensions, maximum allowable working pressure, age, condition, location, and date of the last recorded internal inspection of boilers and unfired pressure vessels to which AS 18.60.180 - 18.60.390 apply;

(5) adopt regulations establishing reasonable fees for administering special inspector examinations and for processing applications for special inspector commissions; and

(6) do acts necessary to carry out the purposes of AS 18.60.180 - 18.60.390.

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