Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 63. Hazardous Painting Certification
Section 10. Hazardous Painting Certificate Required.
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AS 18.63.010. Hazardous Painting Certificate Required.

(a) A person may not employ or contract with a professional painter to perform hazardous painting for compensation unless the painter holds a current valid hazardous painting certificate issued by the department. As a condition of employment, an employer may require a professional painter to provide a copy of the certificate. It is a defense to a violation of this subsection by an employer if the employer produces a copy of the painter's certificate and the employer reasonably believed the certificate was not falsified.

(b) A professional painter may not provide a falsified hazardous painting certificate to an employer or make a false statement to an employer regarding the painter's certification.

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