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(1) No person shall engage, or cause or direct any other person to engage, in work on a fire suppression system who does not have a valid fire suppression system certificate in the classification relating to the work performed or apprentice permit.
(2) No contractor shall solicit, by sign, listing or any other form of advertisement, work on a fire suppression system unless it employs duly certified and permitted persons.
(3) No person shall knowingly or recklessly make any misrepresentation or omission regarding the status of a person's fire suppression system certification or apprentice permit with the intent to influence, persuade, or induce an individual to contract for fire suppression system work.
(4) No person shall knowingly or recklessly make a misrepresentation or omission regarding fire suppression system work which has been performed or which is to be performed.
(5) The provisions of this Chapter are meant to supplement, and not replace, the provisions of the Fire Prevention Code, provided, however, that to the extent the provisions conflict in any respect, the provisions of this Chapter shall prevail. This Chapter provides requirements in connection with obtaining a fire suppression systems Certificate I or II in addition to those set forth in the Fire Prevention Code. The Certificate I or Certificate II of any certificate holder issued before the effective date of this Chapter shall remain valid for a period of three years from the effective date of this Chapter and thereafter must be renewed pursuant to this Chapter. This Chapter is not intended to regulate requirements related to work on portable fire extinguishers or the requirements for obtaining a fire suppression systems Certificate III.
|Section 9-2502 - Delayed Amendment|
This Section has been amended by Bill No. 200365 (approved September 17, 2020), effective March 17, 2022.