Conn. Agencies Regs. § 29-223-4a - Procedures for issuance and renewal of licenses and apprentice certificates

(a)Applications for New Licenses.

Each applicant for licensing shall complete an application form and pay an examination fee of $50. If such candidate meets the age and experience requirements, the Board shall schedule a general examination. If the applicant receives a passing score on the general examination, the Board shall schedule an operating examination. If the applicant receives a passing score on the operating examination, the Board shall issue a two-year license upon payment of the licensing fee and submission of a passport-sized photograph.

(b)Licensing Fees.

The fee for both the initial two-year operator's license and each renewal thereof shall be $50.

(c)Apprentice's Certificates of Registration.

Each applicant for an apprentice's certificate shall complete an application form, pay an initial application fee of $25, provide a passport-sized photograph and submit a letter from an employer or training officer stating that the individual will receive training under the supervision of a licensed crane operator.

(d)Renewals and Replacements.
(1) The holder shall submit a renewal application, together with a passport-sized photograph and payment of the renewal fee.
(2) An application for renewal of a crane operator's license shall be made within one year of the expiration date of the license, unless such requirement would cause undue hardship. Any application for license renewal received more than one year after expiration of the operator's current license shall be processed as an application for initial licensing, which shall require that the applicant successfully complete the general and practical examinations.
(3) The holder of a valid license or apprentice's certificate may, upon application and payment of a $5 fee, obtain a duplicate license or certificate in the event that the originally issued license or certificate is lost or mutilated.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 29-223-4a
Adopted effective August 27, 1999

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