8 AAC 61.750 - Suspension or revocation of certificate

(a) The department will, in its discretion, suspend or revoke a certificate issued under 8 AAC 61.720 if a certificate holder
(1) provides false information to the employer or the department;
(2) shows evidence of a mental or physical impairment, which the department determines may interfere with the certificate holder's safe performance of asbestos abatement work;
(3) knowingly or recklessly disregards safe work practices while performing asbestos abatement work;
(4) permits the duplication or use of one's own certificate by another;
(5) performs work for which certification has not been received;
(6) obtains certification from a training provider that does not have approval to offer training for the particular discipline from either the EPA or AKOSH, provided AKOSH has a contractor certification plan at least as stringent as the EPA MAP;
(7) performs work requiring certification required under 8 AAC 61.600 at a job site without being in physical possession of a valid certificate; or
(8) is civilly fined or criminally convicted under Section 16 of TSCA, 15 U.S.C. 2615 or 2647, for violations of 40 C.F.R. Part 763, or Section 113 of the Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. 7413, for violations of 40 C.F.R. Part 61, Subpart M.
(b) If the department suspends or revokes a certificate, the department will promptly notify the certificate holder in writing of the reason for the suspension or revocation, and that the suspension or revocation may be appealed to the commissioner within 30 days after receipt of notice of the suspension or revocation.
(c) A person whose certificate is suspended or revoked under this section shall surrender the certificate to the department. A person is ineligible to obtain a new certificate for a period of at least 90 days, but not exceeding one year, after the date of suspension or revocation, as determined by the department. A certificate obtained by a person during a period of ineligibility is not valid.
(d) In determining the period of ineligibility under (c) of this section, the department will consider the circumstances upon which the suspension or revocation is based.
8 AAC 61.750
Eff. 10/1/85, Register 96; am 9/10/99, Register 151

Authority:AS 18.31.020

AS 18.31.200


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