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Chapter Saf-C 9300 Bureau Of Electrical Safety And Licensing Rules

CHAPTER Saf-C 9300  BUREAU OF ELECTRICAL SAFETY AND LICENSING RULES
 
REVISION NOTE:
 
            Pursuant to 2005, 122:1 and 122:2 and 2005, 177:105 and 177:106, effective 7-1-05, the Electricians’ Board (Board) was transferred to the Bureau of Electrical Safety and Licensing in the Division of Fire Safety of the Department of Safety.  Subsequently the Board’s Chapter Elec 100 entitled “Organizational Rules” expired one year later, on 7-1-06, pursuant to RSA 541-A:17, II, because RSA 21-P:12, VI and RSA 319-C:4, IV, with RSA 21-G:9, II(b), had rendered the organizational rules inaccurate.
 
            The Board’s rules Elec 303.02 entitled “Passing Grade”, Elec 303.04 entitled “Exam Fees and Refunds”, Elec 305.01 on fees entitled “Corporation/Partnership”, Elec 401.02 entitled “Armed Forces Inactive Status”, and Part Elec 402 entitled “Disciplinary Action”, as filed under Document #7231 and effective 5-1-00, expired 5-1-08.
 
            The Department of Safety then filed Document #9631, effective 12-30-09.  Document #9631, among other actions, repealed select rules in Chapter Elec 300 entitled “Licensing Requirements” and Chapter Elec 400 entitled “Continued Status”, readopted with amendments and renumbered other select rules in the former Elec 300 and Elec 400 in a new Chapter Saf-C 9300 entitled “Bureau of Electrical Safety and Licensing Rules,” and adopted other rules in Saf-C 9300.
 
            The rules in Document #9631 for Saf-C 9300 replaced all prior filings for rules in the former Elec 300 and Elec 400.  The filings of the Board affecting the former Elec 300 and Elec 400 include the following documents:
 
                        #1984, effective 3-22-82
                        #2695, effective 4-24-84
                        #4227, effective 2-18-87
                        #4764, effective 2-20-90
                        #5054, effective 3-1-91
                        #5503, effective 1-1-93
                        #5666, effective 7-15-93
                        #6139, effective 7-1-96
                        #6357, effective 10-22-96
                        #6673, effective 2-1-98
                        #6913, effective 7-1-99
                        #7231, effective 5-1-00
                        #7646, effective 2-14-02
                        #7744, effective 8-16-02
                        #7826, effective 5-1-03
                        #8283, effective 2-10-05
                        #8284, effective 2-10-05
 
PART Saf-C 9301  APPLICATION PROCEDURE
 
           

Saf-C 9301.01  Forms.
 
          (a)  Whenever a person is required to complete a form, the following shall apply:
 
(1)  Forms shall be filled out completely; and
 
(2)  Forms shall be typewritten or completed in a legible manner.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)

 

Saf-C 9301.02  Incomplete Form.
 
          (a)  All forms shall be reviewed by the department in accordance with RSA 541-A:29.
 
          (b)  The submitting party shall be notified of any apparent errors or omissions and allowed to resubmit the form to the department.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)

Saf-C 9301.03  Failure to Comply with Statute or Rule.
 
          (a)  In the event an applicant fails to comply with an applicable statute or rule, the application shall not be processed.
 
          (b)  The applicant shall be notified of the reason(s) for the rejection.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)

Saf-C 9301.04  Application Forms.
 
          (a)  Each applicant for a corporation/partnership, master, journeyman or high/medium voltage electrician license or apprentice or high/medium voltage trainee identification card shall make application on forms supplied by the board.
 
           (b)  Application forms may be obtained from the office of the state fire marshal, bureau of electrical safety and licensing, 110 Smokey Bear Boulevard, Concord, NH 03305, or electronically at www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/firesafety.
 
           (c)  Completed application forms shall be mailed to the office of the state fire marshal, bureau of electrical safety and licensing, 33 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03305, or submitted in person to the address listed in (b) above.
 
            (d)  Each corporation or partnership applicant shall furnish the following on the prescribed form:
 
(1)  Name, address and telephone number of the corporation or partnership;
 
(2)  Information pertaining to the person directly in charge of the electrical business affairs of the corporation or partnership, including:
 
a.  Name, address, telephone number and title;
 
b.  Duties;
 
c.  License number of master or high/medium voltage electrician; and
 
d.  Status as full-time or part-time and average hours per week;
 
(3)  Signature of the president or director of the corporation or the other partner in the partnership under the penalty of unsworn falsification and date signed;
 
(4)  Signature of the master or high/medium voltage electrician directly in charge of the electrical business affairs of the corporation or partnership under the penalty of unsworn falsification and date signed; and
 
(5)  Certificate of good standing from the NH secretary of state's office for the corporation or partnership.
 
          (e)  Each master or journeyman applicant shall furnish the following on the prescribed form:
 
(1)  Name, address and telephone number;
 
(2)  City, state, place and date of birth;
 
(3)  Information pertaining to the electrical employers used for verification of on- the- job training in (8) below, including:
 
a.  Name(s) and address(es);
 
b.  Dates of employment; and
 
c.  Nature of employer’s business;
 
(4)  A description of the duties as an employee pertaining to the electrical installations and date employment started;
 
(5)  Names and addresses of 3 references of persons unrelated to the applicant who have knowledge of the applicant’s professional character;
 
(6)  Whether the applicant has any felony criminal convictions that have not been annulled by the court and if so:
 
a.  Date of conviction;
 
b.  Nature of the offense;
 
c.  The penalty imposed by the court, including any terms of probation; and  
 
d.  Any continuing court requirements;
 
(7)  Whether the applicant’s electrician license has been suspended, revoked or sanctioned in any jurisdiction and if so:
 
a.  Name and location of the particular administrative licensing agency;
 
b.  An explanation of the circumstances;
 
c.  Date of administrative licensing agency’s action or loss of electrician license; and
 
d.  Reason for the administrative licensing agency’s action, including whether it was a result of settlement;
 
(8)  Show a minimum total of 8000 hours of on-the-job training for journeyman and an additional 2000 hours for master with a certification for each place of employment in the electrical trade, including:
 
a.  Dates of employment;
 
b.  Type of work performed; and
 
c.  Signature of a licensed electrician;
 
(9)  High school and higher education, including:
 
a.  Name and location of school;
 
b.  Date of high school graduation;
 
c.  Courses and certificates obtained;
 
d.  Major and degree awarded, if applicable; and
 
e.  Dates attended;
 
(10)  Photograph of the applicant taken no more than 6 months prior to the date of the application; and
 
(11)  Applicant’s signature under the penalty of unsworn falsification and date signed.
 
          (f)  Each high/medium voltage electrician applicant shall furnish the following on the prescribed form:
 
(1)  Name, address and telephone number;
 
(2)  City, state, place and date of birth;
 
(3)  Information pertaining to the high/medium voltage employers used for verification of on- the- job training, including:
 
a.  Name(s) and address(es);
 
b.  Dates of employment; and
 
c.  Nature of employment;
 
(4)  A description of the duties as an employee pertaining to the electrical installations and date employment started;
 
(5)  Names and addresses of 3 references of persons unrelated to the applicant, who have knowledge of the applicant’s professional character;
 
(6)  Whether the applicant has any felony criminal convictions that have not been annulled by the court and if so:
 
a.  Date of conviction;
 
b.  Nature of the offense;
 
c.  The penalty imposed by the court, including any terms of probation; and  
 
d.  Any continuing court requirements;
 
(7)  Whether the applicant’s electrician license has been suspended, revoked or sanctioned in any jurisdiction and if so:
 
a.  Name and location of the particular administrative licensing agency;
 
b.  An explanation of the circumstances;
 
c.  Date of administrative licensing agency’s action or loss of electrician license; and
 
d.  Reason for the administrative licensing agency’s action, including whether it was a result of settlement;
 
(8)  High school and higher education, including:
 
a.  Name and location of school;
 
b.  Date of high school graduation;
 
c.  Courses and certificates obtained;
 
d.  Major and degree awarded, if applicable; and
 
e.  Dates attended;
 
(9)  Photograph of the applicant taken no more than 6 months prior to the date of the application;
 
(10)  Certification showing proof of:
 
a.  Completion of a state, federal or employer certification program approved by the board; and
 
b.  Signature of licensed master or high medium voltage electrician; and
 
(11)  Applicant’s signature under the penalty of unsworn falsification and date signed.
 
          (g)  Each apprentice applicant shall furnish the following on the prescribed form:
 
(1)  Name, address and telephone number;
 
(2)  City, state, place and date of birth;
 
(3)  Name and address of current employer, nature of employer’s business, and date employment started;
 
(4)  Name and address of most recent former electrical employer;
 
(5)  Names and addresses of 3 references of persons unrelated to the applicant who have knowledge of the applicant’s professional character;
 
(6)  Whether the applicant has any felony criminal convictions that have not been annulled by the court and if so:
 
a.  Date of conviction;
 
b.  Nature of the offense;
 
c.  The penalty imposed by the court, including any terms of probation; and  
 
d.  Any continuing court requirements;
 
(7)  Whether the applicant’s right of apprenticeship has been suspended, revoked or sanctioned in any jurisdiction and if so:
 
a.  Name and location of the particular administrative agency;
 
b.  An explanation of the circumstances;
 
c.  Date of administrative agency’s action; and
 
d.  Reason for the administrative agency’s action, including whether it was a result of settlement;
 
(8)  High school and higher education, including:
 
a.  Name and location of school;
 
b.  Date of high school graduation;
 
c.  Courses and certificates obtained;
 
d.  Major and degree awarded, if applicable; and
 
e.  Dates attended;
 
(9)  Photograph of the applicant taken no more than 6 months prior to the date of the application;
 
(10)  If the applicant has been licensed as an electrician in another state, the name of that state;
 
(11)  Signature of supervising master electrician and his/her master electrician’s license number; and
 
(12)  Applicant’s signature under the penalty of unsworn falsification and date signed.
 
          (h)  Each high/medium voltage trainee applicant shall furnish the following on the prescribed form:
 
(1)  Name, address and telephone number;
 
(2)  City, state, place and date of birth;
 
(3)  Name and address of current employer, nature of employer’s business, and date employment started;
 
(4)  Name and address of most recent former employer;
 
(5)  Names and addresses of 3 references of persons who have knowledge of the applicant’s professional character;
 
(6)  Whether the applicant has any felony criminal convictions that have not been annulled by the court and if so:
 
a.  Date of conviction;
 
b.  Nature of the offense;
 
c.  The penalty imposed by the court, including any terms of probation; and
 
d.  Any continuing court requirements;
 
(7)  Whether the applicant’ s electrician license or right to train as a high/medium voltage electrician has been suspended, revoked or sanctioned in any jurisdiction and if so:
 
a.  Name and location of the particular administrative agency;
 
b.  An explanation of the circumstances;
 
c.  Date of administrative agency’s action or loss of electrician license; and
 
d.  Reason for the administrative agency’s action, including whether it was a result of settlement;
 
(8)  High school and higher education, including:
 
a.  Name and location of school;
 
b.  Date of high school graduation;
 
c.  Courses and certificates obtained;
 
d.  Major and degree awarded, if applicable; and
 
e.  Dates attended;
 
(9)  Photograph of the applicant taken no more than 6 months prior to the date of the application;
 
(10)  If the applicant has been licensed as a high/medium voltage electrician in another state, the name of that state;
 
(11)  Signature of supervising high/medium voltage or master electrician and his/her high/medium voltage or master electrician’s license number; and
 
(12)  Applicant’s signature under the penalty of unsworn falsification and date signed.
 
          (i)  Pursuant to RSA 319-C:6-b, a fee of $50.00 shall be submitted along with each initial  application set forth in this section. Once an application is accepted by the department, no refund shall be granted. Apprentice electricians registered pursuant to Saf-C 9303.02(c) shall not be charged an application fee.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300); amd by #9912, eff 4-20-11
 

PART Saf-C 9302  APPROVAL PROCESS
 
Saf-C 9302.01  Approval of Corporation or Partnership.

(a)  A corporate or partnership license shall be issued when the applicant:
 
(1) Submits a completed application, along with the appropriate fee, pursuant to Saf-C 9301.04(d) and (i);
 
(2)  Meets the qualification requirements of Saf-C 9303; and
 
(3) Submits a certificate of good standing from the NH secretary of state's office for the corporation or partnership.
 
(b)  A corporation shall include limited liability companies. A partnership shall include limited liability partnerships and limited partnerships.
 
(c)  All corporations and partnerships shall be registered with the NH secretary of state’s office, including foreign corporations and partnerships doing business in NH.
 
(d)  All corporations and partnerships doing electrical installations or high/medium voltage power distribution installations in which the master or high/medium voltage electrician, directly in charge of all aspects of the electrical installations, has a controlling interest, may be licensed as a corporation or partnership pursuant to RSA 319-C:10. All other corporations or partnerships doing electrical installations shall be licensed pursuant to RSA 319-C:10.
 
(e)  Each corporation or partnership performing electrical installations shall have a currently licensed NH master electrician directly in charge of all aspects of its electrical installations.
 
(f)  Each corporation or partnership performing high/medium voltage electrical installations shall have a currently licensed NH master or high/medium voltage electrician directly in charge of all aspects of its high/medium voltage electrical installations.
 
(g)  The board shall issue a corporation/partnership identification card and license to the NH master electrician who is directly in charge of a corporation or partnership’s electrical business affairs or the NH master or high/medium voltage electrician who is directly in charge of a corporation or partnership’s high/medium voltage electrical business affairs.
 
(h)  An applicant who has been denied a corporation or partnership license shall be provided an opportunity for an administrative hearing before the board in accordance with the requirements of Saf-C 9203.
 
(i)  The initial fee for a corporation or partnership license shall be $125.00.
 

Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
 

Saf-C 9302.02  Approval of Master Electrician.
 
(a)  A master electrician license shall be issued when the applicant:
 
(1)  Submits a completed application, along with the appropriate fee, pursuant to Saf-C 9301.04(e) and (i);
 
(2)  Meets the qualification requirements of Saf-C 9303.01;
 
(3)  Meets the examination requirements of Saf-C 9304, as applicable;
 
(4)  Has no disqualifying felony convictions pursuant to Saf-C 9301.04(e)(6); and
 
(5)  Has not had his/her electrician’s license suspended, revoked or sanctioned in any jurisdiction pursuant to Saf-C 9301.04(e)(7).
 
(b)  For the purposes of (a)(4) above, a felony conviction shall be considered disqualifying if:
 
(1)  The date of conviction is 10 years old or less; and
 
(2)  The conviction involves theft, forgery, fraud or other purpose to deprive the property of another; or
 
(3)  The conviction involves perjury, unsworn falsification or other falsification of official matters; or
 
(4)  The conviction has a direct bearing on the applicant’s ability to be licensed as an electrician.
 
(c)  An applicant who has been denied a master electrician license shall be provided an opportunity for an administrative hearing before the board in accordance with the requirements of Saf-C 9203.
 
(d)  The initial fee for a master electrician license shall be $270.00 for a 3-year license.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)

 

Saf-C 9302.03  Approval of Journeyman Electrician.
 
          (a)  A journeyman electrician license shall be issued when the applicant:
 
(1)  Submits a completed application, along with the appropriate fee, pursuant to Saf-C 9301.04(e) and (i);
 
(2)  Meets the qualification requirements of Saf-C 9303.01;
 
(3)  Meets the examination requirements of Saf-C 9304, as applicable;
 
(4)  Has no disqualifying felony convictions pursuant to Saf-C 9301.04(e)(6); and
 
(5)  Has not had his/her electrician’s license suspended, revoked or sanctioned in any jurisdiction pursuant to Saf-C 9301.04(e)(7).
 
          (b)  For the purposes of (a)(4) above, a felony conviction shall be considered disqualifying if:
 
(1)  The date of conviction is 10 years old or less; and
 
(2)  The conviction involves theft, forgery, fraud or other purpose to deprive the property of another; or
 
(3)  The conviction involves perjury, unsworn falsification or other falsification of official matters; or
 
(4)  The conviction has a direct bearing on the applicant’s ability to be licensed as an electrician.
 
          (c)  An applicant who has been denied a journeyman electrician license shall be provided an opportunity for an administrative hearing before the board in accordance with the requirements of Saf-C 9203.
 
          (d)  The initial fee for a journeyman electrician license shall be $150.00 for a 3-year license.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
 

Saf-C 9302.04  Approval of High/Medium Voltage Electrician.
 
          (a)  A high/medium voltage electrician license shall be issued when the applicant:
 
(1)  Submits a completed application, along with the appropriate fee, pursuant to Saf-C 9301.04(f) and (i);
 
(2)  Meets the qualification requirements of Saf-C 9303.03;
 
(3)  Has no disqualifying felony convictions pursuant to Saf-C 9301.04(f)(6); and
 
(4)  Has not had his/her electrician’s license suspended, revoked or sanctioned in any jurisdiction pursuant to Saf-C 9301.04(f)(7).
 
          (b)  For the purposes of (a)(3) above, a felony conviction shall be considered disqualifying if:
 
(1)  The date of conviction is 10 years old or less; and
 
(2)  The conviction involves theft, forgery, fraud or other purpose to deprive the property of another; or
 
(3)  The conviction involves perjury, unsworn falsification or other falsification of official matters; or
 
(4)  The conviction has a direct bearing on the applicant’s ability to be licensed as an electrician.
 
      (c)  An applicant who has been denied a high/medium voltage electrician license shall be provided an opportunity for an administrative hearing before the board in accordance with the requirements of Saf-C 9203.
 
         (d)  The initial fee for a high/medium voltage electrician license shall be $270.00 for a 3-year license.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)

 

Saf-C 9302.05  Approval of  Apprentice.
 
          (a)  An apprentice identification card shall be issued when the applicant:
 
(1)  Submits a completed application, along with the appropriate fee, pursuant to Saf-C 9301.04(g) and (i);
 
(2)  Meets the qualification requirements of Saf-C 9303.02;
 
(3)  Has no disqualifying felony convictions pursuant to Saf-C 9301.04(g)(6); and
 
(4)  Has not had his/her rights of apprenticeship suspended, revoked or sanctioned in any jurisdiction pursuant to Saf-C 9301.04(g)(7).
 
          (b)  For the purposes of (a)(3) above, a felony conviction shall be considered disqualifying if:
 
(1)  The date of conviction is 10 years old or less; and
 
(2)  The conviction involves theft, forgery, fraud or other purpose to deprive the property of another; or
 
(3)  The conviction involves perjury, unsworn falsification or other falsification of official matters; or
 
(4)  The conviction has a direct bearing on the applicant’s ability to be an apprentice.
 
          (c)  An applicant who has been denied an apprentice identification card shall be provided an opportunity for an administrative hearing before the board in accordance with the requirements of Saf-C 9203.
 
          (d)  The initial fee for an apprentice shall be $30.00.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
         

Saf-C 9302.06  Approval of High/Medium Voltage Trainee.
 
          (a)  A high/medium voltage trainee identification card shall be issued when the applicant:
 
(1)  Submits a completed application, along with the appropriate fee, pursuant to Saf-C 9301.04(h) and (i);
 
(2)  Meets the qualification requirements of Saf-C 9303.04;
 
(3)  Has no disqualifying felony convictions pursuant to Saf-C 9301.04(h)(6); and
 
(4)  Has not had his/her electrician’s license or right to train as a high/medium voltage electrician suspended, revoked or sanctioned in any jurisdiction pursuant to Saf-C 9301.04(h)(7).
 
          (b)  For the purposes of (a)(3) above, a felony conviction shall be considered disqualifying if:
 
(1)  The date of conviction is 10 years old or less; and
 
(2)  The conviction involves theft, forgery, fraud or other purpose to deprive the property of another; or
 
(3)  The conviction involves perjury, unsworn falsification or other falsification of official matters; or
 
(4)  The conviction has a direct bearing on the applicant’s ability to be licensed as an electrician.
 
         (c)  An applicant who has been denied a high/medium voltage trainee identification card shall be provided an opportunity for an administrative hearing before the board in accordance with the requirements of Saf-C 9203.
 
          (d)  The initial fee for a high/medium voltage trainee identification card shall be $30.00.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 

PART Saf-C 9303  QUALIFICATIONS
 
         

Saf-C 9303.01  Journeyman and Master Electrician Qualifications.
 
(a)  For the purposes of this part, “practical experience” means time accumulated while performing electrical installations in a classroom setting or in the field as part of a course curriculum in a school approved by the board.
 
(b)  For the purposes of this part, “field experience” means time accumulated while performing electrical installations in the field under the direction of a master electrician. The term does not include time accumulated in a classroom setting or in the field as part of a course curriculum.
 
(c)  Each applicant for a license as a journeyman electrician as defined in RSA 319-C:2, IV, shall:
 
(1)  Obtain 8000 hours practical or field experience as an apprentice to a journeyman or master electrician licensed by the board; and
 
(2)  At least one of the following:
 
a.  After June 1, 2013, obtain 600 hours of electrical schooling, including a minimum of 24 hours on electrical safety, either:
 
1.  Accomplished in blocks of 150 hours per year, including a minimum of 6 hours on electrical safety; or
 
2.  By having an associate or higher degree in an electrical curriculum;
 
b.  After June 1, 2010, have obtained 582 hours of electrical schooling, including a minimum of 6 hours on electrical safety;
 
c.  After June 1, 2011, have obtained 588 hours of electrical schooling, including a minimum of 12 hours on electrical safety;
 
d.  After June 1, 2012, have obtained 594 hours of electrical schooling, including a minimum of 18 hours on electrical safety;
 
e.  Have 10 years of experience as a journeyman or master electrician licensed in another jurisdiction; or
 
f.  Have previously taken the journeyman or master exam in NH.
 
(d)  The board shall, with documentation specifying hours by certificate, transcript or official letter from the attending school, give credit for the documented amount of practical experience, not to exceed 2000 hours, towards the practical experience requirement for completion of prescribed courses in electrical installations at the following schools:
 
(1)  All N.H. community technical colleges;
 
(2)  N.H. Technical Institute, Concord;
 
(3)  National Joint Apprenticeship Schools run by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and the National Electrical Contractors’ Association;
 
(4)  Vocational training schools approved by the NH department of education; and
 
(5)  Any out-of-state school approved by the board.
 
(e)  Field experience may be accumulated by any student working part-time for a master electrician during his/her full-time post secondary education.
 
(f)  Any student pursuant to (e) above, shall provide proof of field experience as follows:
 
(1)  Dates of employment;
 
(2)  Type of work performed; and
 
(3)  Signature of the master electrician.
 
(g)  Time credited towards practical and field experience pursuant to (d) and (e) above, shall not be accumulated concurrently.
 
(h)  Each applicant for a license as a master electrician as defined in RSA 319-C:2, V, shall pass the journeyman examination and obtain 2000 hours of field experience as a journeyman in performing electrical installations as defined in RSA 319-C:2, III, prior to being allowed to take the master examination.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
         

Saf-C 9303.02  Apprentice Qualifications.
 
(a)  Each apprentice electrician shall be employed by a master electrician and shall obtain an identification card issued by the board.  The apprentice electrician identification card shall be valid for a period of 12 months.
 
(b)  Each apprentice applicant shall submit a copy of his/her high school diploma or a certificate of high school equivalent.
 
(c)  The diploma requirement set forth in (b) above, shall be waived if the applicant is a registered student in a youth apprenticeship program for high school students recognized and approved by the board as follows:
 
(1)  Students enrolled in an approved vocational electrical program shall be registered with the board;
 
(2)  Teachers in an approved vocational electrical program shall be currently licensed as a NH electrician, pursuant to RSA 319-C:3, IX-a;
 
(3)  Students shall be issued an apprentice identification card and provided the opportunity to receive credit for a maximum of 150 hours of related classroom hours during the 2- year school program period;
 
(4)  Students shall be provided the opportunity to accumulate up to 500 credit hours of practical experience;
 
(5)  The sponsor/master shall record all accumulated schooling and practical experience during the instructional program;
 
(6)  The secondary education vocational center shall serve the student apprentice as the initial sponsor/master;
 
(7)  Field experience, not to exceed 1500 hours, shall be accumulated if a student apprentice is employed with a second sponsor/master;
 
(8)  Any sponsor/master participating in the program shall not employ more than 10% of the students from any single school electrical program unless other employers are not available;
 
(9)  A school craft or advisory committee, that meets the following requirements, shall be assigned to oversee the electrical program:
 
a.  At least one member shall be a master electrician, assuming the master electrician responsibilities, to oversee the development of the electrical apprentice;
 
b.  The designated master electrician shall be nominated to serve on the craft committee by the board, pursuant to RSA 319-C:3, IX-a; and
 
c.  The master shall provide program progress reports before the school year begins, at the mid-year break and at the end of the school year;
 
(10)  Upon successful completion of the 2-year program and graduation from high school, student apprentices shall be credited with 150 hours of related instruction;
 
(11)  Credit shall be given for all accumulated field experience, accompanied by certifications of completed field experience authenticated by the supervising master electrician; and
 
(12)  If a student chooses to be employed part time by a sponsor/master, as set forth in (7) above, no credit shall be given for accumulated field experience exceeding an additional 1500 hours before high school graduation.
 
(d)  Apprentices shall satisfactorily complete a course of study of electrical schooling in an approved school, during each 12 month period pursuant to Saf-C 9303.01 or Saf-C 9308.02(a).
 
(e)  Upon receipt of a certificate, transcript or official letter of enrollment in or completion of electrical schooling, as set forth in (d) above, an identification card shall be issued for an additional 12 months.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300); amd by #9912, eff 4-20-11
 
         

Saf-C 9303.03  High/Medium Voltage Electrician Qualifications. Each applicant for a license as a high/medium voltage electrician shall have certification showing completion of a state, federal or employer certification program approved by the board.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
         

Saf-C 9303.04  High/Medium Voltage Trainee Qualifications.
 
(a)  Each high/medium voltage trainee shall:
 
(1)  Be employed by a high/medium voltage or master electrician; and
 
(2)  Obtain an identification card issued by the board, which shall be valid for a period of 12 months.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)

 

PART Saf-C 9304  EXAMINATIONS        

Saf-C 9304.01  Format and Subject Matter.
 
          (a)  All questions on the National Electrical Code shall be based upon the 2011 National Electrical Code, copyrighted by the National Fire Protection Association, NFPA-70-2011.
 
          (b)  The first section of the journeyman and the master examination shall consist of 50 questions based upon the National Electrical Code as described in (a) above.
 
          (c)  The second section of the journeyman and the master examination shall consist of 50 questions based upon practical electrical installations as defined in RSA 319-C:2, III.
 
          (d)  The third section of the journeyman examination shall consist of 10 questions based upon RSA 319-C and the administrative rules.
 
          (e)  The third section of the master examination shall consist of 25 questions based upon RSA 319-C and the administrative rules.
 
          (f)  Practical questions shall be based upon the American Electricians Handbook published by McGraw-Hill, current edition.
 
          (g)  The relicensing examination shall consist of 20 questions based upon the National Electrical Code as described in (a) above.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300); amd by #9912, eff 4-20-11
 
 

Saf-C 9304.02  Passing Grade.  Applicants shall correctly answer at least 70% of the questions on each section of the licensing examination.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
 

Saf-C 9304.03  Date and Notification.
 
(a)  The master and journeyman examinations shall be held as follows:
 
(1)  By appointment with a testing entity; or
 
(2)  On a date determined by the board, at the Richard M. Flynn Fire Academy.
 
(b)  Any applicant who fails to achieve the passing grade of 70% on all sections of the master or journeyman examination may, upon reapplication and payment of the fee set forth in Saf-C 9304.04, retake only the section(s) failed. Thereafter, upon reapplication and payment of the fee set forth in Saf-C 9304.04, the applicant shall be required to take the entire examination.
 
(c)  The relicensing examination shall be held, by appointment, at the Richard M. Flynn Fire Academy or the electricians’ board office.
 
(d)  Each applicant shall be notified of the date, time and location of any examination, by mail, to the address listed on the application.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 

Saf-C 9304.04  Examination Fees and Refunds.
 
(a)  Examination fees, for examinations held by the board, shall be imposed as follows:
 
(1)  $50.00 for a journeyman or master examination; and
 
(2)  $25.00 for a relicensing examination.
 
(b)  All fees received by the department shall be deposited with the treasurer, state of NH.
 
(c)  No refunds of examination fees shall be granted.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 

 

Saf-C 9304.05  Destruction of Examinations.  All examinations shall be destroyed 60 days after the date of the examination, provided there is no pending appeal.  In the event of an appeal, the examination shall be destroyed after resolution.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
         

Saf-C 9304.06  Approval of Testing Entity.
 
          (a)  Each entity seeking approval of its testing program shall mail the following to the office of the state fire marshal, bureau of electrical safety and licensing, 33 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH 03305:
 
(1)  A short statement of the license(s) for which the entity requests the evaluation of its testing program;
 

(2)  The testing administrative procedure and the amount of the fees;
 

(3)  Documentation showing standards of examination integrity, including:
 
a.  Validation of the tests by the testing entity to ensure reliability with current industry standards, to be done periodically but no less than every 2 years; and
 
b.  The manner and method by which the security of the tests is maintained, both electronically and by hard copy;
 

(4)  Documentation of adequate proctoring of the tests, including:
 

a.  Administration of the tests to only those candidates who meet all prerequisites of the particular test being administered, including approval from the board;
 
b.  The monitoring of the registration process;
 
c.  Proof of positive identification from the candidates, by means of a government-issued photo identification;
 
d.  Adequate and comfortable testing environment, including temperature, light and seating arrangements;
 
e.  The prevention of the use of electronic devices and other reference material that is not authorized by the board, except a non-programmable or non-electrical programmed calculator, if the test requires mathematical calculations;
 
f.  Administration of the test to ensure that candidates cannot readily view the tests of other candidates; and
 
g.  Alternate proctoring methods, such as the use of oral examinations, having the same integrity as other tests.
 
(b)  Upon receipt of the information in (a) above, the office of the state fire marshal shall schedule a time for the entity to provide a presentation of its testing program to the commissioner or his/her designee, and the board.
 
(c)  The commissioner shall approve the testing entity, upon the recommendation of the office of the state fire marshal and the board that the testing entity meets or exceeds the standards set forth in these rules.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 

 

PART Saf-C 9305  RENEWAL
 
Saf-C 9305.01  Renewal of Corporation/Partnership License.  The annual renewal fee for a corporation or partnership license shall be $125.00 due on the last day of the month of May.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 

Saf-C 9305.02  Renewal.  Licensees shall renew their license by the last day of their birth month, every 3 years.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 

Saf-C 9305.03  Renewal of Master Electrician License.  The 3-year renewal fee for a master electrician license shall be $270.00 due on the last day of the licensee’s birth month.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
         

Saf-C 9305.04  Renewal of Journeyman Electrician License.  The 3-year renewal fee for a journeyman electrician license shall be $150.00 due on the last day of the licensee’s birth month.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
         

Saf-C 9305.05  Renewal of Apprentice Identification Card.  The annual fee for an apprentice identification card shall be $30.00 due on the last day of the month in which the identification card expires.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
         

Saf-C 9305.06  Renewal of High/Medium Voltage Electrician License.  The annual renewal fee for a high/medium voltage electrician license shall be $90.00 due on the last day of the licensee’s birth month.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
         

Saf-C 9305.07  High/Medium Voltage Trainee Identification Card.  The annual renewal fee for a high/medium voltage trainee identification card shall be $30.00 due on the last day of the trainee’s birth month.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
 

PART Saf-C 9306  ADDITIONAL FEES.
 
         

Saf-C 9306.01  Certified Copy of License.  The fee for a certified copy or statement of a license shall be $10.00 per copy or statement.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
         

Saf-C 9306.02  Replacement Fee.  The fee for a replacement of a license or identification card shall be $10.00 each.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
         

Saf-C 9306.03  Photocopy Fee.  The fee for a photocopy of any governmental record shall be:
 
          (a)  $10.00 for the first page; and
 
          (b)  $0.25 per page, for each additional page.

Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)   

 

Saf-C 9306.04  Late Fee.  In addition to any renewal fee, the fee for any license that has expired for more than one month shall be $50.00.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
         

Saf-C 9306.05  Copy Fees for Videos and Digital Photographs.
 
          (a)  The fee for a VHS video copy shall be $50.00.
 
          (b)  The fee for digital photographs on CD shall be $15.00.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
 

PART Saf-C 9307  LAPSE OF LICENSE
 
Saf-C 9307.01  Time Limit.
 
          (a)  Any master or journeyman electrician whose license is not renewed within one year of the expiration date of the license shall:
 
(1)  Meet the requirements of this section and pass the relicensing examination set forth in Saf-C 9304.01(g); or
 
(2)  Apply to take the master or journeyman examination, as determined by the expired license.
 
         (b)  The applicant shall submit the following:
 
(1)  The information set forth in Saf-C 9301.04;
 
(2)  A statement of previous licensure including dates and license number; and
 
(3)  Proof of continuing education.
 
        (c)  A master or journeyman electrician whose license has lapsed over one year and up to 3 years from the expiration date of the license shall take a 15 hour course on the National Electrical Code as set forth in Saf-C 9308.01(a).
 
         (d)  A master or journeyman electrician whose license has lapsed between 3 and 6 years from the expiration date of the license shall meet the requirement in (c) above, and:
 
(1)  Take a 45 hour course on the National Electrical Code as set forth in Saf-C 9304.01(a); or
 
(2)  Show proof of working as an electrician, licensed as required, in another jurisdiction.
 
        (e)  A master or journeyman electrician whose license has lapsed between 6 and 10 years from the expiration date of the license shall meet the requirement in (c) above, and:
 
(1)  Take a 90 hour course on the National Electrical Code as set forth in Saf-C 9304.01(a); or
 
(2)  Show proof of working as an electrician, licensed as required, in another jurisdiction.
 
        (f)  A master or journeyman electrician whose license has lapsed over 10 years from the date of expiration of the license shall meet the requirement in (c) above, and show proof of working as an electrician, licensed as required, in another jurisdiction.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
         

Saf-C 9307.02  Armed Forces Inactive Status.
 
          (a)  The board shall place a master or journeyman electrician on inactive status upon receipt of:
 
(1)  A written request; and
 
(2)  Proof of service in the Armed Forces of the United States.
 
          (b)  The board shall return a master or journeyman electrician to active status upon receipt of:
 
(1)  Payment of the renewal fee;
 
(2)  Proof of completion of the current continuing education requirements; and
 
(3)  Proof that the licensee has not been discharged from service in the Armed Forces of the United States for more than one year.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
         

Saf-C 9307.03  Reinstatement of Revoked License.
 
          (a)  In order to reinstate a revoked license, a master or journeyman electrician shall, after the license has been revoked for 5 years, reapply and pass an examination for an initial license.
 
         (b)  In order to reinstate a revoked license, a high/medium voltage electrician shall, after the license has been revoked for 5 years, reapply with proof of current certification by a state, federal, private or employer certification program approved by the board.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 

PART Saf-C 9308  CONTINUING EDUCATION
 
          Saf-C  9308.01  Continuing Education for Licensees.
 
          (a)  Each journeyman or master electrician shall obtain 15 hours of instruction, including instruction on:
 
(1)  The changes to the 2011 edition of the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70-2011;
 
(2)  RSA 319-C;
 
(3)  These rules; and
 
(4)  The most common deficiencies in electrical installations, as determined by the department.
 
          (b)  The 15 hours of instruction described in (a) above, shall be completed by a continuing education provider, who shall submit proof of completion to the board before a journeyman or master electrician license can be renewed.
 
          (c)  Every code cycle, each continuing education provider shall furnish the board with the following:  
 
(1)  The provider’s resume;
 
(2)  A copy of the provider’s electrician license;
 
(3)  If not licensed in New Hampshire, a certified letter from the licensing agency verifying that the provider has a valid license in good standing; and
 
(4)  An application provided by the board, which shall include:
 
a.  A course outline with the significant changes made in the instruction set forth in (a) above;
 
b.  Instructor’s names; a copy of their electrician licenses and resumes;
 
c.  Number of days and number of hours per day over which courses will be given;
 
d.  The location(s) of the courses;
 
e.  Types of audio and visual equipment utilized;
 
f.  A course curriculum, which shall include the name of the program or the course material utilized; and
 
g.  A certificate, which shall include:
 
1.  Provider’s name, business address and telephone number;
 
2.  Year of the code change;
 
3.  Name and electrician number of the electrician completing the course;
 
4.  Date of code course completion;
 
5.  Number of hours provided in the course; and
 
6.  Provider’s signature.
 
          (d)  The board shall approve courses and continuing education providers that meet the requirements of this section.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300); amd by #9912, eff 4-20-11
 

Saf-C 9308.02  Continuing Education for Apprentices.
 
         (a)  Any apprentice with a current NH apprentice identification card who has completed the requirements set forth in Saf-C 9303.01(a)(2) but has not achieved a journeyman electrician license before the fifth renewal of the apprentice identification card shall successfully complete 30 hours of classroom instruction as set forth in Saf-C 9308.01 each year before the identification card shall be renewed.  The 2 years of registration as an apprentice under Saf-C 9303.01(d)(1), Saf-C 9303.01(d)(2) and Saf-C 9303.02(c) shall not count towards the 5 renewals.
 
          (b)  Education providers shall furnish the board, annually, with a course outline and instructor(s) qualifications, for supplemental education, which include:
 
(1)  Areas of deficiency identified by the board from the average of the most recent journeyman examination results;
 
(2)  Instructor’s names and resumes;
 
(3)  Number of days and number of hours per day over which courses will be given;
 
(4)  The location(s) of the courses; and
 
(5)  The most common deficiencies in electrical installations, as determined by the department.
 
         (c)  The board shall approve courses and education providers that meet the requirements of this section.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300); amd by #9912, eff 4-20-11
 

 

PART Saf-C 9309  GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
 
Saf-C 9309.01  Change of Corporate Name or Status.
 
          (a)  Within 30 days of dissolution, the master electrician or the president, director or partner of the corporation or partnership, shall furnish the board with a copy of the dissolution forms filed with the NH secretary of state’s office.
 
          (b)  Within 30 days of a change in the name of the corporation or partnership, the master electrician or the president, director or partner of the corporation or partnership shall furnish the board with a copy of the change of name form filed with the NH secretary of state’s office.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 

Saf-C 9309.02  Change in Master Electrician or High/Medium Voltage Electrician Responsible for a Corporation.
 
        (a)  Within 30 days of a change in the master electrician or high/medium voltage electrician responsible for the affairs of a corporation or partnership, the president, director or partner of the corporation or partnership shall furnish the following with the board:
 
(1)  A letter on company letterhead that states the reason(s) for the change and the effective date of the change; and
 
(2)  The corporation /partnership identification card and license issued by the board.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)

Saf-C 9309.03  Change of Address.  Within 30 days of a change of address, any licensee, apprentice or high/medium voltage trainee shall notify the board, in writing, of the new address.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)

Saf-C 9309.04  Compliance with Electrical Code.  All electrical installations performed by licensees or those who have been issued apprentice or high/medium voltage trainee identification cards shall comply with the requirements of RSA 155-A:1, IV, as amended by the building code review board under RSA 155-A:10, V.
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 

Saf-C 9309.05  Supervision.
 
(a)  Electrical and high/medium voltage power distribution system installations performed by an apprentice shall be directly supervised by a master or journeyman electrician at all times. The ratio of apprentice to licensed electrician shall not exceed one to one at the job site.
 
(b)  Electrical and high/medium voltage power distribution system installations performed by a journeyman electrician shall be periodically inspected by the master electrician from whom he receives direction and supervision.  The master electrician shall perform a final inspection of the journeyman’s completed installation.
 
(c)  High/medium voltage power distribution system installations performed by a high/medium voltage trainee shall be directly supervised by a high/medium voltage, master or journeyman electrician at all times at the job site.
 
(d)  Any licensee who fails to supervise as required by this section shall be subject to disciplinary action by the board.
 
(e)  Electrical installations made by an apprentice or high/medium voltage trainee who has an expired apprentice or high/medium voltage trainee identification card shall be recorded in the apprentice or high/medium voltage trainee’s file for the board’s consideration when he/she applies for a license.
 
(f)  Electrical installations made by an apprentice or high/medium voltage trainee without the direct supervision of a master, journeyman or high/medium voltage electrician shall be recorded in the apprentice or high/medium voltage trainee’s file for the board’s consideration when he/she applies for a license.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 

PART Saf-C 9310  DISCIPLINARY ACTION
 
Saf-C 9310.01  Unprofessional Conduct.
 
(a)  Unprofessional conduct shall include but not be limited to the following:
 
(1)  Any violation of RSA 319-C:12, II;
 
(2)  Failure to comply with local requirements regulating electrical installations;
 
(3)  Negligent or willful acts that negatively affect the health or safety of employees or others;
 
(4)  Failure to cooperate with a bureau inspector or administrative investigation; or
 
(5)  Failure to comply with a sanction from the board.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)

Saf-C 9310.02  Types of Disciplinary Action.
 
          (a)  A reprimand shall be a formal written reproof sent to the licensee.
 
        (b)  Limitation of certification shall require the licensee to report, on a monthly basis, the locations of his/her jobs in NH and a list of employees, if any, with his/her license or apprentice or high/medium voltage trainee ID numbers who are working on those jobs.  The monthly report shall be submitted whether or not the licensee had jobs in NH during the reporting period.
 
          (c)  Restriction of certification shall include one of the following:
 
(1)  The down grading of a license from a master to a journeyman for a licensee determined to be lacking in the responsibilities required of a master electrician;
 
(2)  The down grading of a license from a journeyman to an apprentice for a licensee determined to be lacking in the responsibilities required of a journeyman electrician; or
 
(3)  The down grading of a license from a high/medium voltage electrician to a high/medium voltage trainee for a license determined to be lacking in the responsibilities required of a high/medium voltage electrician.
 
          (d)  Suspension of certification shall be a temporary loss of license.
 
          (e)  Revocation of certification shall be a permanent loss of license.
 
          (f)  A program of continuing education shall be required when there is lack of knowledge in a specific area.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300); amd by #9912, eff 4-20-11
 

Saf-C 9310.03  Procedure for Disciplinary Action.
 
          (a)  Disciplinary action against any license shall occur only after an administrative hearing before the board in accordance with the requirements of Saf-C 9200.
 
          (b)  After a hearing, if a finding is made by the board that misconduct has occurred, the board shall impose one or more of the disciplinary actions set forth in Saf-C 9310.02.
 
          (c)  For the purposes of determining the length of a suspension pursuant to Saf-C 9310.02(d), the board shall impose the following:
 
(1)  For a first offense, up to a 6 month suspension, with all or a portion deferred for one year, with the limitation set forth in Saf-C 9310.02(b);
 
(2)  For a second offense, up to a one year suspension, with all or a portion deferred for 2 years, with the limitation set forth in Saf-C 9310.02(b); and
 
(3)  For a third offense, between a 2 and a 5 year suspension, with all or a portion deferred for 2 years, with the limitation set forth in Saf-C 9310.02(b).
 
          (d)  For an electrical licensee’s failure to comply with Saf-C 9309.04, the board shall impose the following:
 
(1)  For a first offense, up to 48 hours of schooling on the current national electrical code, in the area where he/she is deficient;
 
(2)  For a second offense, up to 96 hours of schooling on the current national electrical code, in the area where he/she is deficient; and
 
(3)  For a third offense, up to a 5 year suspension and up to 144 hours of schooling on the current national electrical code, in the area where he/she is deficient.
 
          (e)  For the purposes of determining disciplinary action, multiple licensing or registration offenses that occur on one job site or in one incident shall be considered separate offenses.
 
          (f)  If misconduct occurs during a period of deferred time, a hearing shall be conducted by the board to determine if the period of deferred time shall be imposed, in addition to any disciplinary action taken by the board on the misconduct that occurred during that period.
 
          (g)  For the purposes of determining the level of an offense:
 
(1)  A first offense shall remain in effect for a period of 3 years; and
 
(2)  A second offense shall remain in effect for a period of 5 years.
 
          (h)  In imposing sanctions, the board shall consider the following mitigating factors in reducing a sanction:
 
(1)  The licensee’s acknowledgment of his/her wrongdoing;
 
(2)  The licensee’s willingness to cooperate with the investigation and the board;
 
(3)  Whether the licensee has committed prior offenses; and
 
(4)  The lack of severity of the offense.
 
          (i)  In imposing sanctions, the board shall consider the following aggravating factors in increasing a sanction:
 
(1)  The creation of a hazard or failure to correct a known hazard to public safety by the licensee;
 
(2)  The licensee’s lack of cooperation with the board’s inspector(s) to correct the problem;
 
(3)  The licensee’s lack of cooperation with the investigation or the board;
 
(4)  The licensee has committed one or more prior offenses; and
 
(5)  The severity of the offense.
 
Source.  #9631, eff 12-30-09 (See Revision Note at chapter heading for Saf-C 9300)
 
APPENDIX
 
          RULE                                                STATUTE IMPLEMENTED
Saf-C 9301.01-9302.06                   RSA 319-C:6-a, I, V; RSA 319-C:6-b; RSA 319-C:7; RSA 319-C:10;
                                                        RSA 541-A:16, I(b)(1)
Saf-C 9301.04(i)                              RSA 319-C:6-a, I, V; RSA 319-C:6-b
Saf-C 9303.01-9303.04                   RSA 319-C:6-a, II; RSA 319-C:7, II, II-a
Saf-C 9303.02(c)(3) & (10)              RSA 319-C:6-a, II; RSA 319-C:7, IV
Saf-C 9304.01-9304.06                   RSA 319-C:6-a, III, V; RSA 319-C:6-b; RSA 319-C:8
Saf-C 9304.01(a)                             RSA 319-C:6-a, III, V-a; RSA 319-C:8
Saf-C 9305.01-9305.07                   RSA 319-C:6-a, IV, V; RSA 319-C:6-b; RSA 319-C:9
Saf-C 9306.01-9306.05                   RSA 319-C:6-a, V; RSA 319-C:6-b
Saf-C 9307.01-9308.02                   RSA 319-C:6-a, IV; RSA 319-C:9
Saf-C 9308.01(a)(1)                        RSA 319-C:6-a, IV
Saf-C 9309.01-9309.02                   RSA 319-C:6-a, IX; RSA 319-C:10
Saf-C 9309.03-9309.05                   RSA 319-C:6-a, VI; IX
Saf-C 9310.01-9310.03                   RSA 319-C:6-a, , VI, VII; RSA 319-C:12