Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 39
HEALTH AND SAFETY
CHAPTER 86
IDAHO ELEVATOR SAFETY CODE ACT
39-8611.  Certificate to operate. (1) Inspection and certificate. No conveyance shall be placed into operation until an inspection has been performed and a certificate to operate has been issued by the division.
(2)  Inspection prior to issuance. A certificate to operate may be issued only if, after a thorough inspection, the QEI finds that the conveyance meets the required safety standards. If the conveyance is found to be unsafe, the division shall prohibit the use of the conveyance until it is made safe. Conveyances shall comply with the codes set forth in section 39-8614, Idaho Code.
(3)  Term of certificate. A certificate to operate shall be in effect for five (5) years, provided that the conveyance continues to meet the requirements of the appropriate codes as evidenced by annual inspections.
(4)  Revocation of certificate. The certificate to operate shall remain the property of the state of Idaho and may be revoked at any time if the conveyance fails to meet the requirements of the appropriate codes or if the annual certification fee is not paid.

History:
[39-8611, added 2004, ch. 359, sec. 1, p. 1070; am. 2007, ch. 137, sec. 1, p. 397.]


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