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(a) An applicant for a boiler operator license must show documentation of qualifications for the respective license category as follows:
(1) fireman - no experience required;
(2) third class - six months of experience in the trade or six months of boiler training;
(3) second class - third class license for one year or experience in the trade for at least one year;
(4) first class - second class license for one year or experience in the trade for at least two years.
(b) An examination will be given upon approval of an application. If the applicant fails the examination, the applicant must wait 30 days before reexamination.
(c) A license is valid for three years and is renewable upon request by contacting the Anchorage office of the department.
History: Eff. 6/21/84, Register 90
Authority: AS 18.60.180
Editor's note: For the purposes of 8 AAC 80, the Anchorage office of the department can be contacted at Mechanical Inspection Section, Division of Labor Standards and Safety, Department of Labor and Workforce Development, P.O. Box 107020, Anchorage, Alaska 99510-7020; Phone: (907) 269-4925.
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