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Title 8 . Labor and Workforce Development
Chapter 80 . Boiler and Pressure Vessel Construction Code
Section 15. Notification of installation

8 AAC 80.015. Notification of installation

(a) A contractor or subcontractor who installs boilers or pressure vessels subject to state law must notify the department of any installation within 30 days of the installation. This notification may be on the departmental preaddressed and preprinted form, or in the form of a letter; however, the notification must contain the following information:

(1) date of installation;

(2) name of the owner;

(3) address of the owner;

(4) address of the installation;

(5) specific location of the boiler or vessel;

(6) telephone contact number for the installer;

(7) type of boiler or unfired vessel;

(8) manufacturer's serial number or the National Board number;

(9) British thermal unit imput of the boiler or cubic foot volume of pressure vessel;

(10) contractor's name and signature; and

(11) contractor license number.

(b) The information shall be added to the department's data base for boilers and pressure vessels. The information shall appear on the inspector's overdue list until such time as the vessel is certified for service.

History: Eff. 10/21/92, Register 124

Authority: AS 18.60.180

AS 18.60.340


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