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(a) A plumber restricted PG certificate of fitness authorizes the holder of the certificate to install fuel and gas piping within property lines of the premises.
(b) A plumber restricted PG certificate of fitness will be issued by the department upon payment of the applicable fees required by AS 18.62.030 , if the applicant
(1) submits documented proof on a notarized form provided by the department, or by notarized statements on letterhead stationary from employers, that the applicant
(A) has worked for at least 2,000 hours installing fuel and gas piping within property lines of the premises; and
(2) presents to the department, on a form provided by the department, a sworn affidavit from an official of an Alaska-based union that demonstrates that the applicant meets the work experience requirements set out in (1) of this subsection, and passes an examination given by the department; the affidavit must specify
(A) the number of qualifying hours' experience the applicant claims for the classification for which the applicant seeks certification; apprenticeship hours must be noted if apprenticeship hours are being used for qualification;
(B) the inclusive dates during which the hours claimed in (A) of this paragraph were worked; and
(C) the type of work performed and the name of each contractor for whom the work has performed.
(c) An accredited apprenticeship classroom program or educational training in the plumbing field may be substituted for up to 500 hours' work experience in work that is subject to the standards established in AS 18.60.705 and 8 AAC 63.010.
History: Eff. 9/13/80, Register 75; am 12/25/98, Register 148
Authority: AS 18.62.030
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