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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
- Chapter 60. Safety
- Section 395. Licensing of Boiler Operators; Fees.
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AS 18.60.395. Licensing of Boiler Operators; Fees.
- (a) The Department of Labor and Workforce Development shall adopt regulations for the licensing of boiler operators. The
regulations must conform to the generally accepted nationwide standards and practices established for boiler operators.
In addition to any requirements adopted by regulation under this subsection, a person applying for a license shall
provide to the department, on the application, the person's social security number.
- (b) Operators' licenses shall be provided in the following categories:
- (1) fireman - apprentice,
- (2) third class - boiler capacity not to exceed 3,500 pounds of steam an hour or 3,500,000 British thermal units per hour
for high temperature or high pressure water boilers,
- (3) second class - boiler capacity not to exceed 100,000 pounds of steam an hour or 100,000,000 British thermal units per
hour for high temperature or high pressure water boilers,
- (4) first class - unlimited.
- (c) This section does not require a person to be licensed in order to be a boiler operator.
- (d) Upon request, the department shall provide a social security number provided under (a) of this section to the child
support services agency created in AS 25.27.010
, or the child support enforcement agency of another state, for child support purposes authorized under law.
- (e) A person shall pay a nonrefundable application fee of $200 when applying for a license as a boiler operator. Fees
collected under this section shall be deposited in the building safety account created under AS 44.31.025
Article 04. REFRIGERATORS AND SIMILAR EQUIPMENT
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