Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 54
PROFESSIONS, VOCATIONS, AND BUSINESSES
CHAPTER 26
PLUMBING AND PLUMBERS
54-2611.  Classification of competency. There shall be three (3) classifications of competency in the business, trade, practice or work of plumbing and three (3) classifications of competency in the business, trade, practice or work of specialty plumbing, as follows:
(a)  A plumbing contractor shall be any person, or a member, representative or agent of a firm, copartnership, association, or corporation skilled in the planning and supervision of the construction, installation, improvement, extension and alteration of plumbing systems, and who is familiar with the provisions of this act and the rules made by the Idaho plumbing board, and who is competent to offer and to assume to work on a contract basis and to direct the work of qualified employees. A contractor who in person does plumbing work shall also be qualified as a journeyman plumber, or have in his employ on all work a qualified journeyman.
(b)  A plumbing journeyman shall be any person, who as his principal occupation, is engaged in the installation, improvement, extension and alteration of plumbing systems, and who is familiar with the provisions of this act and who works in the employ and under the direction of a plumbing contractor.
(c)  A plumbing apprentice shall be any person, who as his principal occupation is engaged in learning and assisting in installation, improvement, extension and alteration of plumbing systems. Apprentices shall not perform plumbing work except under the supervision of a journeyman.
(d)  A specialty contractor shall be any person, or a member, representative or agent of a firm, copartnership, association, or corporation skilled in the specialty classification for which he is certified and who is familiar with the provisions of this act and rules made by the Idaho plumbing board, and who is competent to offer and to assume work on a contract basis and to direct the work of qualified employees. A specialty contractor who in person does specialty work shall also be qualified as a specialty journeyman, or have in his employ on all work a specialty journeyman.
(e)  A specialty journeyman shall be any person who is engaged in the specialty classification for which he is certified and who is familiar with the provisions of this act and who works in the employ and under the direction of a plumbing or specialty contractor.
(f)  A specialty apprentice shall be any person who is engaged in learning and assisting in the specialty classification for which he is registered. Specialty apprentices shall not perform specialty work except under supervision of a specialty journeyman.

History:
[(54-2611) 1957, ch. 214, sec. 16, p. 454; am. 1974, ch. 39, sec. 33, p. 1023; am. and redesignated as sec. 54-2611, 1984, ch. 123, sec. 12, p. 288; am. 1995, ch. 253, sec. 2, p. 829.]


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