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09.17.01.00.htm 09.17.01.00. Title 09 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, AND REGULATION Subtitle 17 BOARD OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Chapter 01 General Regulations Authority: Business Occupations and Professions Article, §6.5-205, 6.5-304, 6.5-305, 6.5-306, 6.5-311, and 6.5-314(a)1)iv) Annotated Code of Maryland
09.17.01.01.htm 09.17.01.01. 01 Responsibilities of Licensee.. A licensee shall be familiar with and comply with the laws and regulations governing the provision of stationary engineer services.
09.17.01.02.htm 09.17.01.02. 02 Application for Licensure.. An applicant who has successfully completed a license examination shall apply for licensure, and pay all applicable fees, within 2 years of successfully completing the license examination in order for the applicant’s test results to remain valid.
09.17.01.03.htm 09.17.01.03. 03 Boiler Certification.. If a boiler certification is required, a licensee shall:. A. Display conspicuously a current and valid license of each individual assigned to oversee a boiler:1) Near the regulated machinery; or. 2) With the certificate of inspection for the regulated machinery;. B. Affix a current photograph to the license; and. C. Have available at all times valid government-issued photographic identification..
09.17.01.04.htm 09.17.01.04. 04 Failure to Respond.. A. If an applicant or licensee receives from the Board a written communication requesting a response, the applicant or licensee shall respond in writing within 30 days of the date of the mailing.B. The Board shall send a written communication by first-class mail to the last address furnished to the Board by the applicant or licensee.C. It is the responsibility of an applicant or licensee to notify the Board in writing if there has been a change in an appli
09.17.01.9999.htm 09.17.01.9999. Administrative History Effective date: August 5, 2013 (40:15 Md. R. 1229). Regulation .02 amended effective May 22, 2017 (44:10 Md. R. 472). Regulation .04 adopted effective February 25, 2019 (46:4 Md. R. 190).
09.17.02.00.htm 09.17.02.00. Title 09 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, AND REGULATION Subtitle 17 BOARD OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Chapter 02 Computerized Monitoring System Authority: Article 4, §4-1, Public Laws of Baltimore City
09.17.02.01.htm 09.17.02.01. 01 Scope.. This chapter governs the duties of licensed stationary engineers and is to be read in conjunction with Maryland Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety Act, Public Safety Article, Title 12, Subtitle 9, Annotated Code of Maryland.
09.17.02.02.htm 09.17.02.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meaning indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Competent authority" means:. a) The boiler manufacturer; or. b) If the boiler manufacturer is unavailable or defers to a jurisdictional authority:. i) A person designated by the Commissioner of Labor and Industry as a Deputy Boiler Inspector or a Special Boiler Inspector; orii) A professional engineer who has experience in the design, operation, and maintenance and repair
09.17.02.03.htm 09.17.02.03. 03 Incorporation by Reference.. Controls and Safety Devices for Automatically Fired Boilers (ASME CSD-1) published by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, which has been incorporated by reference in COMAR 09.12.01.01-1, is incorporated by reference in this chapter.
09.17.02.04.htm 09.17.02.04. 04 Monitors and Indicators.. A. For a boiler, a computerized monitoring system shall qualify as a "24-hour computerized monitoring system and automatic controls, in accordance with Business Occupations and Professions Article, Title 6.5, Annotated Code of Maryland, if it meets the requirements of this regulation.B. For a boiler operating at 30 to 299 horsepower, the system shall monitor and indicate:. 1) Stack flue gas temperature;.
09.17.02.05.htm 09.17.02.05. 05 Automatic Controls.. A computerized monitoring system shall be equipped with automatic controls in accordance with whichever is more restrictive of the Maryland Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety Act, Public Safety Article, Title 12, Subtitle 9, Annotated Code of Maryland or ASME CSD-1.
09.17.02.06.htm 09.17.02.06. 06 Alarm.. A computerized monitoring system shall be equipped with an alarm that will activate when:. A. The stack flue gas reaches a high temperature;. B. The burner status indicator indicates the burner is "off". C. The flame safety control status indicates a "flame failure" and. D. One of the following occurs, as applicable:. 1) For steam boilers, the:. a) Steam reaches low or high pressure; or. b) Water reaches low or high level;. 2) For a hot water boiler
09.17.02.07.htm 09.17.02.07. 07 Automatic Shutdown.. A computerized monitoring system shall be equipped with an automatic burner shutdown mechanism that will activate when:A. Stack flue gas reaches high temperature; and. B. One of the following occurs, as applicable:. 1) For a steam boiler:. a) Steam reaches high pressure; or. b) Water reaches Low or high level;. 2) For a hot water boiler operating at 30 to 299 horsepower, water reaches high temperature; or.
09.17.02.08.htm 09.17.02.08. 08 Manual Reset.. A. Subject to §B of this regulation, manual reset following an automatic shutdown as set forth in Regulation .07 of this chapter requires that a licensee or the licensee's designee shall physically inspect the boiler and appurtenances prior to restart.B. Notwithstanding §A of this regulation, the licensee shall be responsible for the safe operation of a boiler at all times in accordance with Business Occupations and Professions Article, §6.5-302, A
09.17.02.09.htm 09.17.02.09. 09 Miscellaneous Provisions.. The Board may accept an alternate computerized monitoring system if the system is equipped with features that provide a comparable level of safety, monitoring, and control to those required by this regulation, in the opinion of the Board.
09.17.02.9999.htm 09.17.02.9999. Administrative History Effective date: December 27, 2010 (37:26 Md. R. 1786).
09.17.03.00.htm 09.17.03.00. Title 09 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING, AND REGULATION Subtitle 17 BOARD OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Chapter 03 Fees Authority: Business Occupations and Professions Article, §6.5-207, 6.5-304, 6.5-306, 6.5-312, and 6.5-313; Business Regulation Article, §2-106.9 and 2-106.10; Annotated Code of Maryland
09.17.03.01.htm 09.17.03.01. 01 Purpose.. This chapter is intended to carry out the provisions of Business Occupations and Professions Article, Title 12, Annotated Code of Maryland, and Business Regulation Article, §2-106.9 and 2-106.10, Annotated Code of Maryland. In particular, it is intended to set various fees in order to cover the actual documented direct and indirect costs of fulfilling the statutory and regulatory duties of the State Board of Master Electricians, the State Board o
09.17.03.02.htm 09.17.03.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “Board” means the State Board of Stationary Engineers.. 2) “License fee” means the fee paid by an applicant or licensee, as applicable, in connection with the issuance and renewal of a license and the issuance of a limited license and a reciprocal license.3) “Mechanical boards” means collectively the:. a) State Board of Master Electricians;.
09.17.03.03.htm 09.17.03.03. 03 Fees and Costs.. A. The Secretary and the mechanical boards have agreed to average their direct and indirect costs, based on the calculation of costs performed by the Secretary in consultation with the mechanical boards. Based on these calculations, the Board sets the following fees:1) Original and Renewal License:. a) Grade 1 ― $65;. b) Grade 2 ― $50;. c) Grade 3 ― $50;. d) Grade 4 ― $35; and. e) Grade 5 ― $35.. 2) Application ― $25.. 3) Reinstatement ― $100..
09.17.03.9999.htm 09.17.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date: August 27, 2018 (45:17 Md. R. 802).
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