37-73-203. Elevator mechanic's license -- limited mechanic's license. (1) A person intending to work as an elevator mechanic shall file a license application with the department on forms furnished by the department.
(2) Except as provided in subsection (3), an applicant shall furnish proof, under oath, that the person:
(a) has successfully completed a state-approved apprenticeship or other education program that meets requirements established by the department by rule; or
(b) has at least 3 years of experience, verified by current and previous employers, working with equipment subject to the provisions of Title 50, chapter 60, part 7, and has passed the examination provided for in 37-73-204.
(3) The department shall adopt rules for the licensure, without examination, of an applicant who can demonstrate that the applicant has worked continuously as an elevator mechanic for the 3 years prior to October 1, 2005, and has the requisite experience for licensure. An applicant under this section shall pay the required application fee and shall submit any required proof under oath.
(4) The department shall issue an elevator mechanic's license to an applicant that meets the requirements of this section.
(5) (a) The department may issue a limited mechanic's license to an applicant that authorizes a licensee to work only on platform lifts, stairway chairlifts, and dumbwaiters that are installed in private residences.
(b) The examination for a limited mechanic's license must be based on the applicable codes for the equipment that a licensee is authorized to install.
(c) The department shall issue a limited mechanic's license to an applicant that meets the requirements of this subsection (5).
History: En. Sec. 5, Ch. 303, L. 2005.