Kan. Admin. Regs. § 22-8-11 - Initial training; instructor and class approval

Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021

(a) For each type of initial license sought, each applicant or, if the applicant is not an individual, an agent or employee of the applicant shall complete the required training specified in this regulation.
(b) If the individual who completed the required training specified in this regulation ceases to be an agent or employee of the licensee, another agent or employee of the licensee shall complete the training specified in this regulation within six months of the date the individual who previously completed the training ceased to be an agent or employee of the licensee.
(c) Each instructor and each class shall be approved in advance by the state fire marshal.
(d) Each applicant shall submit proof of successful completion of the following certified employee training program (CETP) or propane education and research council (PERC) courses or equivalent courses approved by the state fire marshal, as applicable, to the state fire marshal's office:
(1) For a class one dealer license, the basic principles and practices class, except that this requirement shall not apply to any applicant seeking a class four or class five license who will not otherwise engage in the retail distribution of liquefied petroleum gas;
(2) for a class two bulk storage site license, the basic plant operations class;
(3) for a class three cylinder transport license, the propane delivery operations and cylinder delivery class or the bobtail delivery operations class;
(4) for a class four cylinder filling license, the dispensing propane safely class;
(5) for a class five recreational vehicle fueling license, the dispensing propane safely class;
(6) for a class six cylinder exchange cabinet license, one of the following:
(A) If the applicant is a cylinder exchange company, the basic principles and practices class; or
(B) if the applicant owns or operates an individual cylinder exchange location, no required training;
(7) for a class seven self-serve liquefied petroleum gas dispensing license, the dispensing propane safely class; and
(8) for a class eight installation and service of liquefied petroleum gas systems license, the basic principles and practices class and one of the following:
(A) The installing appliances and interior vapor distribution systems class;
(B) the designing and installing exterior vapor distribution systems class; or
(C) systems testing training.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 22-8-11
Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 2013 Supp. 55-1812; effective March 31, 2006; amended May 2, 2014.

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