Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 63. Hazardous Painting Certification
Section 100. Definitions.
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AS 18.63.100. Definitions.

In this chapter,

(1) "department" means the Department of Labor and Workforce Development;

(2) "hazardous painting" means the application of a substance containing or combined with a toxic or hazardous substance, as defined in AS 18.60.105 , in vaporized, liquid, or particulate form to create a coating that will adhere to a surface to protect or preserve the surface; "hazardous painting" does not include the application of water-based paint that does not contain emulsion epoxies or isocyanates;

(3) "professional painter" means a painting contractor, an employee of a painting contractor, or a person engaged in the business of painting, but does not include a casual laborer, a commercial artist, or a person who creates artworks.

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