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(a) If, after inspection, the department finds an elevator to be in substantial compliance with the safety code set out in AS 18.60.800 and 8 AAC 77.005, the department will issue a regular certificate of operation that is valid for two years.
(b) A temporary certificate of operation valid for not more than sixty days will be issued by the department for elevators not in substantial compliance with safety codes described in (a) of this section but which pose no more than a remote danger during the term of the certificate and for which the owner has developed a written plan for substantial compliance acceptable to the department. This plan must be received within fifteen days of the date of the inspection resulting in the temporary certificate of operation. The department will reinspect this device before the issuance of a regular certificate of operation. The department will consider the reinspection to be a special inspection.
(c) A temporary certificate of operation will be reissued, any number of times, if the department is satisfied the owner is making reasonable progress in implementing the written plan.
(d) If an elevator is operated without a valid certificate of operation, the department will order the owner to stop operation of the elevator.
History: Eff. 10/21/79, Register 72; am 12/17/99, Register 152
Authority: AS 18.60.800
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