7512.1500 Managing Employee Certificate Renewal


Published: 2015

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7512.1500 MANAGING EMPLOYEE CERTIFICATE RENEWAL.


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Subpart 1.

Certificate expiration date.

A managing employee certificate expires at midnight on June 30 of each year. A certificate is valid upon renewal until the following June 30.


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Subp. 2.

Renewal application.

A renewal application for a managing employee certificate must be on a form provided or approved by the commissioner and must contain the following information:

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A.

The application must contain the managing employee's name and managing employee number.


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B.

The application must list any changes to the managing employee's address, telephone number, and driver's license number.


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C.

The application must be accompanied by documentation showing that the managing employee has met the continuing education requirements of subpart 5.


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D.

The application must be accompanied by a certificate renewal fee of $75. If the application is submitted on or after June 1, the application must also be accompanied by a late fee of $50.


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E.

The application must contain or be accompanied by other information requested by the commissioner as necessary to determine whether the applicant meets the requirements of parts 7512.1300 to 7512.1600 for a managing employee.


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F.

The applicant shall sign the application, verifying that the information on the application is true.



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Subp. 3.

Reasons to refuse renewal.

To renew a managing employee certificate, the managing employee shall submit a completed certificate renewal application to the commissioner. The commissioner shall accept a renewal application any time on or before June 30. A person shall not perform fire protection-related work after the certificate expires and before a renewal certificate is issued. The commissioner shall renew the certificate, unless there is a reason to refuse to renew. The commissioner shall refuse to renew for any of the following reasons:

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A.

The application does not meet the requirements of subpart 2.


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B.

The applicant has not met the continuing education requirements of subpart 5.


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C.

The applicant obtained an initial certificate without passing an examination and the examination exemption period has expired without the applicant having passed the examination.


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D.

The applicant is currently under revocation or suspension.


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E.

The commissioner of revenue notifies the commissioner of public safety under Minnesota Statutes, section 270C.72, that the applicant owes the state delinquent taxes, penalties, or interest.



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Subp. 4.

Application after lapse.

Within one year after a managing employee certificate has expired, a former managing employee may obtain another certificate by following the renewal procedures of this part. A managing employee whose certificate has been expired for more than one year shall comply with all requirements and procedures of parts 7512.1300 and 7512.1400 in order to obtain another certificate. A person may not perform fire protection-related work after the expiration of a certificate and before another certificate is issued.


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Subp. 5.

Continuing education.

During each licensing year, a managing employee shall attend ten hours of continuing education courses on the performance of fire protection-related work and on laws and rules governing the performance of fire protection-related work.