4 Tex. Admin. Code § 226.6 - Renewal of Certification
(a) At least 30 days prior to the expiration of a certification for prescribed burn manager, the Department will attempt to send notice to the certified and insured prescribed burn manager at the last known contact information provided to the Department.
(b) To be eligible for certification renewal, a certified and insured prescribed burn manager must submit the following to the Department:
(1) the certification renewal fee;
(2) completion and certification of six hours of CFT credits for the two-year period preceding the renewal in the following categories of instruction:
(A) one hour of instruction dedicated to laws and regulations;
(B) one hour of instruction dedicated to smoke management;
(3) proof of liability insurance coverage.
(c) If a prescribed burn manager seeking renewal under this section fails to meet the CFT requirements, the application for renewal will not be approved until the applicant can demonstrate attainment of the minimum number of CFT credits.
(d) A certified and insured prescribed burn manager may file a written request for an extension of time for compliance with any deadline in these rules. Such request for extension may be granted by the Board if the applicant files appropriate documentation to show good cause for failure to comply timely with the requirements of this subsection. Good cause includes extended illness, extended medical disability, or other extraordinary hardship which is beyond the control of the certified and insured prescribed burn manager.
(e) A prescribed burn manager who fails to satisfy all requirements necessary for certification within one year following the expiration of the certification must submit a new application for certification.
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