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(a) A person seeking certification under this chapter shall submit a completed application to the division of occupational licensing on a form provided by the division, and shall pay the applicable fees set by 18 AAC 78.495.
(b) An applicant must
(1) be an individual;
(2) meet the work experience or educational requirements at 18 AAC 78.425;
(3) pass the examination required by 18 AAC 78.420; and
(4) have all other licenses applicable to the profession for which certification is sought.
(c) If the application is for tank tightness testing, the applicant shall designate the type or types of tightness test for which certification is sought, and show proof that he or she is certified by the manufacturer of the particular tank tightness test. The test method must meet the requirements of 18 AAC 78.065(d) . The manufacturer's certification must remain in effect for the duration of a certification issued under this chapter. The department will, in its discretion, recommend that the division of occupational licensing revoke certification under this chapter if the requirements of this subsection are not met.
(d) If the application is for inspection, the applicant shall also obtain and maintain certification in UST installation and cathodic protection. An applicant may apply for certification in UST inspection while an application for certification in UST installation or cathodic protection is pending; however, the division will not issue or renew a certification for inspection unless the applicant is certified in UST installation and cathodic protection.
(e) A person whose UST certification is suspended or revoked under this chapter, or by another state if certification is received through reciprocity under 18 AAC 78.475, will not be certified under this chapter until the period of suspension or revocation has expired.
History: Eff. 3/25/91, Register 118; am 8/21/91, Register 119; am 8/15/99, Register 151
Authority: AS 46.03.020
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