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      RS 40:1664.4     


§1664.4.  License required

A.  No person or firm shall engage in life safety and property protection contracting without holding a current and valid license issued by the state fire marshal as provided in this Subpart.  Each operating location of a firm shall hold a separate firm license.

B.  No person or company shall aid, abet, facilitate, or otherwise assist any unlicensed person or firm in engaging in life safety and property protection contracting as defined in this Subpart when such person or firm knew or should have known that the person or firm assisted was unlicensed.

C.  The state fire marshal may, by rule, license the owner of a life safety and property protection system or equipment and an employee of the owner to allow such employee to perform routine inspections and minor service and repairs of the life safety systems or equipment solely within the facilities of the owner.  The owner shall document such service or repair and assume responsibility for all such service or repair.  Such employee shall not engage in certifying, installing, or integrating such systems or equipment.

D.  Each person who acts as an apprentice performing life safety and property protection contracting shall apply to the state fire marshal for an apprentice license.  The state fire marshal shall establish the qualifications of an apprentice by rule.  An apprentice may perform such services only under the direct supervision of a technician holding a valid license pursuant to this Subpart who works for the same firm as the apprentice.

Acts 2006, No. 307, §2, eff. Jan. 1, 2007; Acts 2010, No. 984, §1.

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