Title 17G Administration and Procedures
Chapter 17G.010 Building and Construction Permits
Electricians and electrical apprentices are certificated by the department of labor and industries under chapter 19.28 RCW. Persons engaged in the craft of installing, altering, repairing and renovating potable water systems and liquid waste systems within a building, either as a journeyman plumber or specialty plumber must have a certificate issued by the department of labor and industries as provided in chapter 18.106 RCW.
The building official, with the approval of the appropriate board, may promulgate from time to time rules for the licensing, registration or regulation or apprentices in the various trades, consistent with federal and state law.
An applicant for a license to test, maintain and alter fire alarm systems, portable fire extinguishers, range hood systems, sprinkler systems, standpipe systems, or underground critical materials storage tanks must pay the prescribed fee and make written application to the fire official. Proof of competency is by exam, demonstration, or submittal of credentials as approved by the fire official.
An applicant for a permit to operate an aircraft refueler vehicle must present to the fire official an identification card issued by his employer certifying the applicant’s qualifications, as provided in UFC Section 2402.3.
Date Passed: Monday, May 11, 2020
Effective Date: Sunday, June 14, 2020
ORD C35899 Section 13