Chapter 105 - USE OF OTHER LICENSE AUTHORITIES

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

Summary: This Chapter sets forth the requirements for licensed master and journeyman technicians to gain licensed experience as an apprentice to qualify for an additional license authority. Current license authorities are: 1&2 Oils Up to 15 gph, 1&2 Oils Over 15 gph, 4, 5 & 6 Oils and Solid Fuel.

1. In order for a licensed journeyman or master to be eligible to take an examination in another license authority, the applicant must:
1. Submit the proper application, appropriate fees, and an affidavit attesting to the requisite supervision for the relevant license as follows:
A. A licensed journeyman applying for a journeyman examination for a different authority must provide documented proof of one (1) year of direct supervision.
B. A licensed journeyman applying for a solid fuel master examination must provide documented proof of two (2) years of direct supervision.
C. A licensed master applying for a master examination of a different authority must provide documented proof of one (1) year of indirect supervision.
D. A licensed master oil burner technician applying for a master solid fuel examination is automatically qualified.
2. Whenever the supervising master ceases to provide supervision, the supervising master shall notify the Board and licensee in writing, a copy of which shall be kept in both the applicant's and the supervising master's file.
3. An apprentice license issued to a licensed master or journeyman to gain experience towards an additional authority does not expire.
4. The apprentice license fee will be waived for licensed masters or journeymen gaining licensed experience to qualify for an additional license authority. The applicant will be required to pay an application fee.

Notes

EFFECTIVE DATE:
December 20, 2011 - filing 2011-440

STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 32 MRSA ยง18123(2); PL 2009, c. 344, sect. D-15(2)

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