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minimum of 1/4 inch (6.35mm). C. Approved drying method for high-pressure cylinders after a hydrostatic test.

NOTE: The provision in (v) is not intended to apply to a firm that accepts high- pressure cylinders for hydrostatic testing by another firm which is licensed and equipped to provide this service. The firm actually hydrostatically testing the cylinder must properly stamp the cylinder in conformance with these rules and regulations.

(c) The applicant for a license has submitted to the Commissioner proof of a valid comprehensive liability insurance policy purchased from a n insurer authorized to do business in Georgia. The coverage must include bodily injury and property damage, products liability, completed operations, and contractual liability. The minimum amount of said coverage shall be one-million dollars ($1 million), provided, however, the amount of insurance required may be higher if so specified by the Commissioner. An insurer which provides such coverage shall notify the Commissioner of any change in coverage. [Refer to 120-3-23-.06(f)(vi)]

(d) The applicant for a license has submitted to the Commissioner a copy of notification from the National Institute of Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) denoting the successful completion of Level III, Engineering Technician, Special Hazards examination, when the firm is to engage in the installing, inspecting, recharging, repairing, servicing and testing of Engineered Fire Suppression Systems.

(e) The applicant for a license has submitted to the Commissioner a notarized certification from the manufacturer of the Pre-engineered Fire Suppression system denoting the specific system and areas in which the applicant has successfully been trained and certified for or a copy of notification from the National Institute of Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) denoting the successful completion of Level III, Engineering Technician, Special Hazards examination, when the firm is to engage in the installing, inspection, recharging, repairing, servicing, and testing of Pre- engineered Fire Suppression Systems.

(f) The applicant for a license has submitted to the Commissioner evidence of successful completion of Portable Fire Extinguisher Technician Examination as reprinted by the Commissioner and recognized by the National Association of Fire Equipment Distributors (NAFED), when the firm is to engage in the installing, inspecting, repairing, recharging, servicing and testing of Portable Fire Extinguishers.

(g) To provide for a training program, an individual may submit an application for a provisional permit. In addition, to complying to other provisions of this Chapter as designated by the Commissioner, the application and subsequent permit shall clearly note the individual as a trainee. A trainee shall not install, inspect, recharge, repair, service or test fire suppression systems or portable fire extinguishers without the direct and immediate supervision of a person whom is authorized by the Commissioner to install,

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