1305.04 ELECTRICAL.
   (a)    "Electrical contractor, general" means one who has the ability to layout a complete electrical system for all occupancies governed by the Ohio Basic Building Code and the Codified Ordinances of the City of Maumee and shall possess the following qualifications:
      (1)   A.    Must have a completion certificate from a Department of Labor approved apprenticeship course in the electrical building construction industry approved by the Board of Control, or must submit documentation to the Building Official that the applicant successfully completed a training program equivalent to the approved accredited apprenticeship program, a valid Certificate of Qualification as a journeyman electrician in the electrical building construction industry and present notarized documentation to the Building Official that the applicant has been certified in a governmental unit by means of qualification testing deemed equivalent to the City's testing by the Board of Control; and
         B.    Shall have been employed and worked as the primary occupation in the electrical building construction industry with experience as deemed appropriate by the Board of Control for a minimum of  6,000 hours during a period of not less than four consecutive years immediately prior to filing the application for examination. In lieu of four consecutive years of experience, aggregate work experience of not less than 8,000 hours in the previous six calendar years will be acceptable.
   (b)   "Electrical contractor, residential" means one who has the ability to lay out a complete electrical system for installation in one, two and three family residential occupancies and shall possess the following qualifications:
      (1)   A.    Must have a completion Certificate from a Department of Labor approved apprenticeship course in residential electrical construction approved by the Board of Control, or submit documentation to the Building Official that the applicant successfully completed a training program equivalent to the approved accredited apprenticeship program, a valid Certificate of Qualification as a journeyman electrician in residential electrical construction and present notarized documentation to the Building Official that the applicant has been. certified or licensed in a governmental unit by means of qualification testing deemed equivalent to the City's testing by the Board of Control; and
         B.   Shall have been employed and worked as the primary occupation in residential electrical construction with experience as deemed appropriate by the Board of Control for a minimum of 6,000 hours during a period of not less than four  consecutive years immediately prior to filing the application for examination. In lieu of four  consecutive years of experience, aggregate work experience of not less than 8,000 hours in the previous six calendar years will be acceptable.
   (c)    "Journeyman electrician" means one who has learned the trade of building construction electrician and must have completed an accredited electrical building construction apprenticeship course approved by the U. S. Department of Labor Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training and approved by the Board of Control or must submit documentation to the Building Official for presentation to the Board of Control that the applicant has successfully completed a training program equivalent to the approved accredited apprenticeship program.
   (d)    "Apprentice electrician" means one who, as a principal occupation is enrolled in an accredited electrical building construction apprenticeship course approved by the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Apprenticeship Training and by the Board of Control or is enrolled in a recognized apprenticeship program approved by the Board of Control.
(Ord. 188-1996. Passed 11-18-96.)