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(a) A painting contractor uses brush, roller, or spray application techniques on all types of interior and exterior surfaces to
(1) perform surface preparation, including drywall taping, patching, filling, sanding, sand blasting, stripping, and masking;
(2) apply paints, stains, oils, coatings, sealants, epoxies, and similar products, including weatherproofing and waterproofing materials;
(3) apply texturing and acoustical spray-ons or paints;
(4) perform electrostatic applications; or
(5) striping on roads, parking lots, and curbs.
(b) A painting contractor who performs "hazardous painting," as defined in AS 18.63.100 , is also subject to the certification requirements of AS 18.63.
History: Eff. 7/26/90, Register 115
Authority: AS 08.01.080
AS 08.18.171 (8)
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