Sec. 210.13 - General
§ 210.13. General
(a) A person may not detonate explosives or supervise blasting activities unless the person has obtained a blaster's license.
(c) The Department may exempt certain individuals from needing a blaster's license if the person is detonating extremely small amounts of explosives for industrial or research purposes. The Department will consider a written request for an exemption from the person seeking the exemption.
(d) Upon request, a blaster shall exhibit a blaster's license to the following:
(1) An authorized representative of the Department.
(2) The blaster's employer or an authorized representative of the employer.
(3) A police officer acting in the line of duty.
(e) A blaster's license is not transferable.(The provisions of this § 210.13 adopted July 13, 2001, effective July 14, 2001, 31 Pa.B. 3751; amended June 22, 2018, effective June 23, 2018, 48 Pa.B. 3711 Amended by Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol 48, No. 25. June 23, 2018, effective 6/23/2018)
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