02-658 C.M.R. ch. 3, § 3 - Apprentice Oil and/or Solid Fuel Burning Technician
An apprentice oil burning technician must be under the direct supervision of a journeyman or master oil burning technician at all times while altering, repairing, or installing oil burning equipment.
An apprentice solid fuel technician must be under the direct supervision of a journeyman or master solid fuel technician at all times while altering, repairing, or installing central solid fuel appliances and accessory equipment. An apprentice solid fuel technician may clean solid fuel burning equipment without direct supervision as long as that cleaning does not entail control adjustments.
Capabilities are limited to the following license authorities:
In order for an apprentice oil and/or solid fuel burning technician to progress through the various licensing categories and authorities, documented proof of licensed practical experience must be provided to the Board. It is the responsibility of the licensee to obtain an affidavit from all master oil and/or solid fuel burning technicians as to the dates (day, month, year) of accumulated licensed practical experience to establish his or her eligibility when applying for a higher category or authority of license.
An apprentice oil and/or solid fuel burning technicianshall not work on any oil and/or solid fuel burning equipment if for any reason he or she is no longer supervised by an appropriately-licensed journeyman or master oil and/or solid fuel burning technician.
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