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A certificate of fitness authorizes the holder to use explosives in connection with activities described in AS 08.52.020 , if the use of the explosives is not otherwise prohibited by law. A certificate of fitness, effective for three years after the date of issue, will be issued by the department if the applicant
(1) passes an examination provided by the department;
(2) has at least six months' experience as a chuck tender, driller, or helper of a holder of a certificate of fitness;
(3) is not afflicted with a mental or physical disability or handicap which could affect his or her safe handling and use of explosives; and
(4) pays a $100 fee.
History: Eff. 1/2/71, Register 36; am 5/26/79, Register 70; am 7/31/86, Register 99; am 11/7/93, Register 128
Authority: AS 08.52.010
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