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inspect, recharge, repair, service or test fire suppression systems or portable fire extinguishers.

(i) The Commissioner shall give the applicant 60 days to correct any deficiencies discovered on the inspection.

(7)

(a) Each individual actually performing the installing, inspecting, repairing,

recharging, servicing, or testing activities covered by the license of their firm must

possess a valid and subsisting permit issued by the Commissioner. The annual fee for a

permit shall be twenty-five dollars ($25.00).

(b) No permit may be issued to a person for the first time by the Commissioner until the applicant has submitted a non-refundable filing fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00). This fee must accompany the first annual permit fee.

(c) Each applicant for permit shall submit to the Commissioner a copy of notification from the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) denoting the successful completion of Level II, Associate Engineering Technician, Special Hazards examination, when the permittee is to engage in the installation, inspection, recharging, repairing, servicing and testing of Engineered Fire Suppression Systems.

(d) The applicant for permit 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 on Level II, Engineering Technician, Special Hazards examination, when the permittee is to engage in the installing, inspecting, recharging, repairing, servicing, and testing of Pre- engineered Fire Suppression Systems.

(e) The applicant for permit shall submit to the Commissioner evidence of successful completion of the Portable Fire Extinguisher Technician examination as reprinted by the Commissioner and recognized by the National Association of Fire Equipment Distributors (NAFED), when the permittee is to engage in the installation, inspection, recharging, repairing, servicing and testing of Portable Fire Extinguishers.

(f) The applicant for a permit for Kitchen/Restaurant Systems only shall submit to the Commissioner evidence of completion of the Kitchen/Restaurant Systems examination as reprinted by the Commissioner and recognized by the National Association of Fire Equipment Distributors (NAFED), when the permittee is to engage in the installation, inspection, recharging, repairing, servicing and/or testing of Kitchen/Restaurant Systems.

(8)

(a) The Licenses and permits required by these rules and regulations shall be

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