(1) Each professional geologist, hydrologist
and soil scientist shall obtain a seal that complies with board specifications
for licensure seals. The overall diameter may not be less than 1 5/8 inches nor
more than 2 inches. Each seal shall include the licensee's name, license or
permit number and city.
following designs for licensure seals have been approved: [Designs not
included. See the seal design set forth at s. A-E 2.02]
(3) A rubber stamp, identical in size, design
and content to a board-approved seal, may be used as a substitute for a
(4) Each sheet of
plans, drawings, documents, specifications and reports for professional
geology, hydrology and soil science practice shall be signed, sealed and dated
by the licensee who prepared, or directed and controlled preparation of, the
written material, except as specified in sub. (5).
(5) If more than one sheet is bound together
in a volume, the licensee who prepared or directed and controlled the
preparation of the volume, may sign, seal and date only the title or index
sheet if the signed sheet identifies clearly all other sheets comprising the
bound volume and if any other sheets in the bound volume which are prepared by
or under the direction and control of another licensee are signed, sealed and
dated by the other licensee.
Any addition, deletion or other revision to each sheet of plans, drawings,
documents, specifications and reports prepared for professional geology,
hydrology, or soil science practice which affects public health and safety or
any state or local code requirements may not be made unless signed, sealed and
dated by the licensee who made or directed and controlled the making of the
(7) All seals or stamps
affixed to drawings to be filed as public documents shall be original. No
stickers or electronically scanned images may be used. All seals and stamps on
drawings shall be signed and dated by the licensed professional in permanent
ink contrasting with both the seal and the background.