8 AAC 62.030 - General certificate of fitness

Current through September 28, 2021

A certificate of fitness authorizes the holder to use explosives in connection with activities described in AS 08.52.020, if the use of the explosives is not otherwise prohibited by law. A certificate of fitness, effective for three years after the date of issue, will be issued by the department if the applicant

(1) passes an examination provided by the department;
(2) has at least six months of documented, hands-on experience in this state as a chuck tender, driller, or helper of a holder of a certificate of fitness;
(3) is not afflicted with a mental or physical disability that could affect the applicant's safe handling and use of explosives;
(4) pays a $150 fee;
(5) is not under indictment for, and has not been convicted of, a crime as described in 18 U.S.C. 842(i)(1);
(6) is not under indictment for, and has not been convicted of, any of the following crimes:
(A) a misdemeanor, including an attempted misdemeanor, under AS 11.41 (Offenses Against the Person), or an offense under a law or ordinance of another jurisdiction having elements similar to that offense;
(B) a misdemeanor, including an attempted misdemeanor, under AS 11.46 (Offenses Against Property), or an offense under a law or ordinance of another jurisdiction having elements similar to that offense;
(C) a misdemeanor involving domestic violence; in this subparagraph, "misdemeanor involving domestic violence" means a misdemeanor within the meaning of "crime involving domestic violence" in AS 18.66.990; and
(7) would not be prohibited from transporting, possessing, storing, or manufacturing explosives under 18 U.S.C. 842(i)(2) - (7).

Notes

8 AAC 62.030
Eff. 1/2/71, Register 36; am 5/26/79, Register 70; am 7/31/86, Register 99; am 11/7/93, Register 128; am 9/27/2008, Register 187

With Register 179, October 2006 and under the authority of AS 44.62.125, the regulations attorney changed obsolete terminology concerning persons with disabilities in conformity with ch. 25, SLA 2006.

Authority:AS 08.52.010

AS 08.52.020

AS 08.52.030

AS 08.52.040

AS 08.52.050

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