Iowa Admin. Code r. 661-502.7 - Financial responsibility

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 6, September 22, 2021

Any holder of an electrical contractor license or any holder of an electrician license who is not employed by a licensed electrical contractor and who contracts to provide electrical work which requires a license issued pursuant to 661-Chapters 500 through 503 shall, at all times, maintain insurance coverage as provided in this rule.

(1) The licensee shall maintain general and complete operations liability insurance in the amount of at least $1 million for all work performed which requires licensing pursuant to 661-Chapters 500 through 503.
a. The carrier of any insurance coverage maintained by the licensee to meet this requirement shall notify the board 30 days prior to the effective date of cancellation or reduction of the coverage.
b. The licensee shall cease operation immediately if the insurance coverage required by this rule is no longer in force and other insurance coverage meeting the requirements of this rule is not in force. A licensee shall not initiate any electrical work which cannot reasonably be expected to be completed prior to the effective date of the cancellation of the insurance coverage required by this rule and of which the licensee has received notice, unless new insurance coverage meeting the requirements of this rule has been obtained and will be in force upon cancellation of the prior coverage.
(2) Reserved.

Notes

Iowa Admin. Code r. 661-502.7
ARC 8396B, IAB 12/16/09, effective 2/1/10

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