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N.D. Cent. Code, ยง 43-09-09 North Dakota Century Code - TITLE 43, CHAPTER 43-09; MUNICIPALITIES

N.D. Cent. Code, § 43-09-09
North Dakota Century Code - TITLE 43, CHAPTER 43-09

43-09-09. License required -- Examination -- Board to issue license.
Every person, partnership, company, corporation, limited liability company, or association that undertakes or offers to undertake with another to plan, lay out, supervise, install, make additions, make alterations, or make repairs, in the installation of wiring, apparatus, or equipment for electric light, heat, or power, shall apply to the board for a license. The board shall examine the applicant and if, upon a technical and practical examination, the applicant is found to possess the required knowledge and skill and to be versed in the laws of electricity, the applicant shall be issued a license in the class for which the applicant was examined. The license shall be signed by the president and the secretary of the board and attested by the seal of the board. Each licensee or permitholder shall report that person's licensing or renewals to the electrical inspector, if there is one, in the municipality in which that person operates.

N.D. Cent. Code, § 43-09-10
North Dakota Century Code - TITLE 43 - CHAPTER 43-09

43-09-10. Types of licenses.
The classes of electricians who may be licensed under section 43-09-09 are:
    1.  Master electrician.
    2.  Journeyman electrician.
    3.  Class B electrician.

N.D. Cent. Code, § 43-09-11
North Dakota Century Code - TITLE 43CHAPTER 43-09

43-09-11. Qualifications.
An applicant for an electrician's license must have the following experience and training:
    1.  For licensure as a master electrician, an applicant must have completed one year's experience as a licensed journeyman electrician.
    2.  For licensure as a journeyman electrician, an applicant must have:
        a.  Completed eight thousand hours experience in installing and repairing electrical wiring, apparatus, and equipment, which experience may not be obtained in less than three years.
        b.  Effective for an applicant who registered with the board as an apprentice after January 31, 2008, completed at least one of the following:
            (1)  Successfully completed apprenticeship training approved by the federal bureau of apprenticeship and training and completed eight thousand hours' experience in installing and repairing electrical wiring, apparatus, and equipment.
            (2)  Successfully completed an appropriate course of study, which may not be less than two years or the equivalent of two years, at a board-approved institution of higher education and completed eight thousand hours' experience in installing and repairing electrical wiring, apparatus, and equipment. The board may determine equivalent hours of education that may be applied as a credit against the eight thousand hours' experience requirement under this paragraph.
    3.  For licensure as a class B electrician, eighteen months' experience in farmstead or residential wiring.

N.D. Cent. Code, § 43-09-15.1
North Dakota Century CodeTITLE 43CHAPTER 43-09

43-09-15.1. Continuing education.
After March 31, 1990, each applicant for renewal of an electrician's license pursuant to section 43-09-15 must have successfully completed prior thereto at least four hours, and thereafter eight hours each biennium, of continuing education relating to the standards set forth in section 43-09-21 or as otherwise prescribed by the board. The board may not require more than sixteen hours of continuing education in each biennium. The board shall conduct education sessions for licensees each year at not less than six locations throughout the state. Attendance at such sessions, or attendance at other education sessions certified by the board as approved, fulfills the educational requirements of this section. The board may charge a fee to licensees for attendance at the education sessions at an amount to be determined by the board, but not to exceed ten dollars per person for each session.

   


MUNICIPALITIES

Grand Forks, North Dakota Code of Ordinances 21-1902

North Dakota Municipal Codes - North Dakota, Grand Forks Code of Ordinances, PART I - CITY CODE, Chapter XXI - LICENSING AND BUSINESS AND TRADE REGULATIONS, ARTICLE 19. - EMERGENCY ALARM SYSTEMS

§ 21-1902 Permit-Required; exceptions.
    (1) It shall be unlawful for any person to own, manage, conduct, or carry on an alarm business within the city or to own, use, or possess an alarm system without first complying with the provisions of this article and without first obtaining the proper permit as required by this article.
    (2) It shall be unlawful for any person to install, sell, lease, maintain, service, repair, alter, replace, or move an alarm within the city without first applying for and receiving a permit, except that a person who has an ownership interest in the alarm business to which the permit was issued and was named on the permit application may act without any additional permit.
    (3) The provisions of this article shall not be applicable to audible alarms, affixed to motor vehicles as allowed by law, residential smoke detector or to the city, its officers, agents, and employees in their official capacity.

Wahpeton, North Dakota Code of Ordinances Sec. 10.46

North Dakota Municipal Codes - North Dakota, Wahpeton Code of Ordinances, PART II - CODE OF ORDINANCES, Chapter 10 - EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND EMERGENCY SERVICES, ARTICLE III. - ALARM SYSTEMS

§ Sec. 10.46 Licensing of alarm users.
    (a) Permit required. No person shall install, cause to install or maintain an alarm system designed to directly or indirectly notify a department of the city without first applying for and receiving an alarm permit from the finance director/city auditor on the form approved by the city attorney.
    (b) Fees. The fees for an alarm user shall be set forth by resolution of the city council and paid on the schedule established by said resolution.
    (c) Exception. All alarm users in operation at the date of enactment of this article shall not be required to apply for and obtain a permit as required hereunder until December 1, 1999.
    (d) Annual renewal required. All alarm users shall annually renew their permit on the renewal form provided for by the finance director/city auditor and which form is approved by the city attorney by filing for the same by December 1 of each year. The fee for such renewal shall be set forth by resolution of the city council and paid on the schedule established by said resolution.