1 (NOTE: was repealed by Ordinance 02-27, January 22, 2002, and reinstated by Ordinance , April 30, 2002.) CHAPTER Definitions Display of license Prohibition. number Plumbers Examining Board Advertising as plumber Inspector as Secretary. without license Powers of the Board Unlawful practice Application for license Employing unlicensed Violations of licensing. plumbers Revocation of license Record of licenses. and apprentice registration Exceptions Journeyman and apprentice Installation of certain plumber fees. appliances; exceptions Journeyman Plumber license Limited appliance license; Master plumber's license. examination; bond Journeyman Plumber's Permit and inspection. license fee Procedure and requirements Apprentice plumbers. for plumbing contractor Failure to renew license. registration Applications filed with Health Commissioner Partnership or corporation. CROSS REFERENCES Power to license plumbers - see Ohio R.C Licensing sewer tappers - see S.U. & P.S Licensing of building contractors - see BLDG. Ch Permits to clean septic tanks - see BLDG DEFINITIONS. For the purpose of this chapter, the following words and terms shall have the meanings given herein. (a) "Apprentice plumber" means a person who is registered as such, and who
2 (b) (c) is undergoing an apprenticeship or course of training, not exceeding five years, for the purpose of learning the trade of plumbing. An "apprentice plumber" shall perform no work regulated by this chapter, except as an assistant, under the direct supervision of a master plumber, and in the immediate presence of a licensed master plumber or a licensed journeyman plumber. There may be one apprentice plumber employed to each three journeyman plumbers or fraction thereof employed by a master plumber. The term apprentice plumber does not include a person licensed under Chapter 4740 of the Ohio Revised Code when performing work requiring a license issued under Chapter 4740 of the Ohio Revise Code. "Journeyman plumber" means a person who supervises, installs, alters or repairs plumbing systems or part thereof, as an employee but does not furnish material or supplies, and who is registered and the legal possessor of a journeyman plumber's license, as provided for in this chapter. The term journeyman plumber does not include a person licensed under Chapter 4740 of the Ohio Revised Code when performing work requiring a license issued under Chapter 4740 of the Ohio Revise Code. "Master plumber" means a person duly qualified to engage in the installation of plumbing and in planning, engineering, superintending, maintenance, and repair with respect to plumbing in all of its branches. An active master plumber is a master plumber holding a valid active master plumber's license and who is authorized to engage in the installation of plumbing, through contract or otherwise, and also in planning, engineering, superintending, installation, maintenance, and repair with respect to plumbing in all of its branches, and as such is authorized to employ journeymen plumbers and plumbers' apprentices and other persons necessary for the proper installation of plumbing work in accordance with this Plumbing Code. An inactive master plumber is a master plumber holding a valid inactive master plumber's license, who has chosen not to maintain insurance and a bond in accordance with Section of this Plumbing Code and who enjoys the privileges and responsibilities as set forth in Section (e) of this Plumbing Code. The term master plumber does not include a person licensed under Chapter 4740 of the Ohio Revised Code when performing work requiring a license issued under Chapter 4740 of the Ohio Revise Code. (d) Plumbing contractor means any individual or business entity who satisfies all of the following: (1) For compensation, directs, supervises, or has responsibility for the means, method, and manner of plumbing construction, improvement, renovation, repair, or maintenance on a construction project and who offers, identifies, advertises, or otherwise holds out or represents that the individual or business entity is permitted or qualified to direct, supervise, or have responsibility for the means, method, and manner of plumbing construction, improvement, renovation, repair, or maintenance on a construction project;
3 (2) Is a tradesperson or employs tradespersons who perform and who are trained to perform plumbing construction, improvement, renovation, repair, or maintenance on a construction project. (3) Holds a valid and unexpired license issued under Chapter 4740 of the Ohio Revised Code authorizing operation as a plumbing contractor. (e) Tradesperson means an individual who, for compensation, engages in construction, improvement, renovation, repair, or maintenance of buildings or structures without assuming responsibility for the means, method, or manner of that construction, improvement, renovation, repair, or maintenance PROHIBITION. No person shall engage in the business of plumbing or do work at the trade of plumbing in the City until he has first obtained a valid license or registration therefor in accordance with the provisions of this chapter PLUMBERS EXAMINING BOARD. (a) There is hereby established within the City a Plumbers Examining Board which shall consist of five members, two of which shall be City staff members and the remaining three of which shall be citizen members. The City staff members shall consist of one City Department of Public Health employee appointed by the Health Commissioner and one City Utility Services Department employee appointed by the Director of Utility Services. The citizen members shall be comprised of one licensed master plumber holding a valid active license; one licensed journeyman plumber; and one person who shall be a representative of the public. The citizen members shall be appointed by the President of the City Commission with the consent and approval of such Commission and shall serve for terms of three years each. Each member of such Board shall be a citizen of the United States, and each member shall be a resident of the City for not less than one year immediately preceding his appointment. No member, as such, shall receive any compensation. (b) A majority of the Board shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. No decision or determination of the Board shall be effective unless concurred in by a majority of the members thereof. (c) The Board shall elect from its membership a Chairman, who shall serve for a term of one year. No person may serve as Chairman for more than two consecutive terms. (d) If any citizen board member is absent from three of any six consecutive regularly scheduled meetings, his or her office shall immediately become vacant. Such member shall have the opportunity to explain his or her absence to the City Commission and may be reappointed by a majority vote of the City Commission to complete the balance of his or her term.
4 INSPECTOR AS SECRETARY. The Plumbing Inspector shall act as the Secretary of the Plumbers Examining Board and shall be chargeable with keeping accurate records of all applications, minutes, proceedings, examinations, findings and decisions of such Board, together with the performance of such other duties as the Board may direct. He shall receive no compensation in such capacity. All applications for plumbers' licenses, as required by this chapter shall be filed with the Plumbing Inspector, as such Secretary, who shall promptly transmit the same to the Board for appropriate action POWERS OF BOARD. (a) The Plumbers Examining Board is authorized and empowered to prepare, conduct, supervise and grade examinations, written, oral or demonstrative, as to matters involving average practical plumbing practice, of applicants for plumbers' licenses; and, without discrimination, to prescribe the scope, extent and standards of all such examinations. An applicant for journeyman plumber's license shall be examined with respect to this practical knowledge and mechanical ability to perform any such work. Such Board may determine that a journeyman plumber s examination given by another political subdivision is equivalent to the examination prepared by the Board and may accept successful completion of any such equivalent examination as satisfactory proof of the competency of an applicant for a journeyman plumber s license. Such Board shall have further power and authority to approve applications for any form of license herein provided for; to disapprove any such application either for failure to satisfactorily pass an examination; and, in the event of a violation of any of the provisions of this chapter or any related ordinance or law, to revoke any plumber's license previously granted by the City; and shall have power and authority to prescribe and enforce such rules, regulations and procedure with respect to its own operation and to the approval or disapproval of applications for plumber's license as it shall deem proper and as are not in conflict with this chapter. (b) Such Board shall have the power and authority to approve or disapprove new materials and fixtures that may from time to time be presented to it APPLICATION FOR LICENSE. Every application for a plumber's license of any type shall be in writing, and on such form as the Plumbers Examining Board prescribes. The application shall set forth the name, citizenship, residence, place of business or occupation of the applicant, and length of time he has been engaged in the business or trade of plumbing, together with a stipulation that, if granted a license, he will comply with all laws, ordinances, resolutions and public regulations of competent authority relating to plumbing, sanitation and allied work VIOLATIONS OF LICENSING. It shall be the duty of the Plumbing Inspector, or any other person to report all violations of the provisions of this chapter to the Health Commissioner, and to assemble and present to the Health Commissioner all known available information, data and materials reflecting upon any such violation.
5 REVOCATION OF LICENSE AND APPRENTICE REGISTRATION. Upon written complaint of any person, and after investigation of the complaint, the Plumbing Inspector may recommend to the Health Commissioner that a plumber's license and/or apprentice's registration be revoked. The Health Commissioner upon recommendation of the Plumbing Inspector is authorized and empowered to revoke, modify or suspend any license pursuant to the provisions of this chapter for any of the following acts or omissions of the holder of any such license and/or apprentice's registration: fraud, deceit or misrepresentation of any facts in obtaining a license and/or apprentice's registration; obtaining a contract for work authorized under any such license by fraud, deceit or misrepresentation of facts; negligence or incompetence in the practice of contracting or the performance of any work; conversion of property or funds belonging to another; failure to complete any contract or work undertaken under the cloak of such license; unreasonable delay in the prosecution of completion of any work to which such a licensee may be a party; willful or fraudulent material departure from the plans or specifications prescribed for any work undertaken by a licensee; violation of or disregard for any provision of law or ordinance or any rule or regulation adopted pursuant thereto resulting in injury or damage to any person or to the public; giving false information on an application for a permit; or the filing of a voluntary or involuntary petition in bankruptcy by such licensee or an assignment by him for the benefit of his creditors or the appointment of a receiver or trustee to take charge of the property, assets and affairs of such licensee. However, no such license or apprentice registration shall be revoked without at least fifteen (15) days advance written notice by the Health Commissioner to the licensee or apprentice to such effect JOURNEYMAN AND APPRENTICE PLUMBER FEES. Every journeyman plumber shall pay an examination fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) to the Clark County Combined Health District before taking such journeyman plumber s examination. All apprentice plumbers shall be registered by the board and all applicants for registration as apprentices shall pay a fee of twenty five dollars ($25.00) to the Clark County Combined Health District. All such applicants approved by the Board shall receive a registration card JOURNEYMAN PLUMBER LICENSE. If, after paying such examination fee and taking such examination, the Plumber s Examining Board is satisfied of the competency of such applicant, the Board shall issue a certificate to him directed to the Health Commissioner, which certificate shall recite that such applicant has passed the examination of a journeyman plumber. The Health Commissioner, upon receipt of such certificate, shall, upon the payment of the fee, hereinafter prescribed to the Clark County Combined Health District, issue such applicant a license in accordance with such certificate, authorizing him to follow and engage in the occupation or trade of journeyman plumber in the City in the capacity specified in such license.
6 MASTER PLUMBER'S LICENSE. (a) The Health Commissioner shall issue a master plumber's license upon payment of a fee of two hundred dollars ($200.00) and upon the applicant providing evidence satisfactory to the Health Commissioner that the following items are valid and remain in effect during the duration of the license. (1) Comprehensive general liability insurance, including completed operations, with a minimum limit of liability of three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000.00) each occurrence combined single limit for bodily injury and property damage liability. (2) City Income Tax Number. (3) The execution by such applicant for such license of a bond in the sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000) with sureties thereon to the approval of the Health Commissioner, which surety shall be some approved general surety or bonding company. Such bond shall be conditioned to save the City and its inhabitants harmless from all liability, loss or damage of whatsoever nature that may result directly or indirectly to person or property by reason of any act or neglect of any such licensee, or of any person in his employ or working under his supervision, with respect to any work contemplated by the terms of his license, and that such licensee will abide by the laws, ordinances, rules and regulations governing plumbing work in the City then in force or thereafter established by proper authority. (b) No reductions in fees shall be made for any part of the year having elapsed. (c) In the event a licensed master plumber desires a sewer tapper s license authorized by ordinance of the City, the same shall be issued to the applicant without any further or additional bond being required of such licensed master plumber upon payment to the Clark County Combined Health District the fee provided for in such ordinance. (d) All master plumber s licenses shall expire on December 31 in each year and may be renewed annually upon the payment of a fee of one hundred twenty five dollars ($125.00) to the Clark County Combined Board Of Health. (e) Must held either a valid Plumbing Contractor s License issued by the State of Ohio pursuant to Chapter 4740 of the Ohio Revised Code or a valid City of Springfield master plumber s license within the immediately preceding thirty one (31) days JOURNEYMAN PLUMBER S LICENSE. (a) The Health Commissioner shall issue a journeyman plumber s license upon the payment of a fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) to the Clark County Combined Health District, upon presentation of a valid certificate that the applicant has passed the examination referred to in Section and and upon the licensee s representation that such licensee will abide by the laws, ordinances, rules and regulations governing plumbing work in the City then in force or thereafter established by proper authority.
7 (b) All such journeyman plumber s licenses shall expire on December 31 in each year and may be renewed annually upon the payment of a fee of one hundred fifty dollars ($50.00) to the Clark County Combined Board Of Health APPRENTICE PLUMBERS. Registration cards expire on December 31 in each year and may be renewed annually upon the payment of a fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) to the Clark County Combined Board of Health FAILURE TO RENEW LICENSE. (a) Any person engaged in the occupation of master plumber or journeyman plumber who fails to secure such renewal of such license within thirty days from the date of the expiration thereof, shall, before he receives another license and is eligible to engage in the occupation of master plumber or journeyman plumber, present himself to the Health Commissioner and make application for an appropriate plumber s license and pay the required fees. (b) No reductions in fees shall be made for any part of the year having elapsed APPLICATIONS FILED WITH HEALTH COMMISSIONER. All applications approved by the Plumbers Examining Board shall be forthwith filed with the Health Commissioner and all applications rejected shall be so filed together with a written statement disclosing the reasons for such rejection. Every person who receives a license, card or badge, either as an active or inactive master plumber, journeyman plumber or apprentice shall register with the Secretary of the Plumbers Examining Board upon such forms as the Board may prescribe, his name, place of business, home address, length of time engaged in the occupation of plumbing and where he has served his apprenticeship PARTNERSHIP OR CORPORATION. Every partnership or corporation desiring to engage in the business of plumbing as an active master plumber shall file with the Secretary of the Plumbers Examining Board, a statement subscribed and sworn to by the partners of such partnership or an officer of such corporation, stating the partners of such partnership, its place of business or the officers of such corporation and its place of business. Every such partnership or corporation shall have at least one partner of such partnership or one officer of such corporation, who is a qualified licensed active master plumber and such partnership or corporation may follow and engage in such business as an active master plumber upon the license of such partner or officer. If such partner or officer of such partnership or corporation ceases to represent it actively, then no partnership or corporation or employee thereof shall engage in such business of master plumber until another person has qualified as herein provided. In the event more than one partner or officer engages in actual plumbing, such persons shall be licensed as follows: one partner or officer of the corporation or partnership shall have an active master plumber's license and all other persons who engage in actual plumbing shall have a journeyman plumber's
8 license or either an active or inactive master plumber's license DISPLAY OF LICENSE NUMBER. It shall be the duty of every person, firm, or corporation engaged in the business of plumbing as an active master plumber to display his certificate of license number on all vehicles while engaged in the business of plumbing as a master plumber. These numbers shall be attached in a legible manner in contrasting colors on both sides of said vehicles with not less than two-inch block numerals. When a vehicle displaying a license number is no longer used in the master plumber's plumbing business or in the event the master plumber's license expires or is revoked, the master plumber shall either remove the license number from the vehicle or paint over the license number with an opaque paint so that the license number can no longer be seen ADVERTISING AS PLUMBER WITHOUT LICENSE. (a) No person, firm or corporation in the City shall advertise or hold himself out to the public as a plumber or licensed plumber when such person, firm or corporation does not have such license or registration as provided for in this chapter. (b) No person, firm or corporation not in legal possession of a valid active master plumber's license issued by the City shall engage in, or represent himself as an active master plumber in the City or expose or use a sign with the words "Master Plumber" or "Plumber" thereon, or to advertise with similar words, for the purpose of implying that he is a master plumber or a plumber UNLAWFUL PRACTICE. (a) No licensed active master plumber shall allow his name to be used by any other person, directly or indirectly, to obtain a plumbing permit. (b) No licensed active master plumber shall employ any person to perform plumbing work of a journeyman plumber who is not properly licensed as a journeyman plumber or an inactive master plumber. (c) Except as is otherwise provided by this chapter, no person within the City on or after June 30, 2002 shall act or hold himself out to be or undertake or perform any work as a plumbing contractor without first registering with the Health Commissioner in the manner specified in this chapter EMPLOYING UNLICENSED PLUMBERS. No person shall permit any unlicensed plumber or unregistered plumbing contractor to do any plumbing work upon any premises owned or under the control of such person, except as provided and prescribed in this Plumbing Code RECORD OF LICENSES. A record of all plumbers, sewer tappers, and maintenance licenses shall be kept on file in the office of the Health Commissioner.
9 EXCEPTIONS. (a) The provisions of this chapter, relative to examinations and licenses shall not apply to public utilities, public institutions, governmental buildings, nor to mercantile, commercial or industrial plants, which maintain departments for installation, maintenance and repair of plumbing in or on their respective premises or plant, under expert supervision in conformity with the laws of the State and the provisions prescribed in this chapter relative to sanitation and plumbing, unless the person with expert qualifications who supervises or is in charge of such maintenance department has first made an application for a maintenance license. The maintenance license application shall include a fee sixty-five dollars ($65.00), which shall be paid to the Clark County Combined Health District, shall be made in writing upon application forms prescribed by the Health Commissioner for such purpose and shall contain the name, residence, address and place of business of the applicant, the length of time he has worked at plumbing work or has been engaged in the business of plumbing and an agreement to abide by the laws, ordinances, rules and regulations governing plumbing work in the City, then in force or thereafter established. The maintenance license shall expire on December 31 of each year, and shall be renewed annually upon the payment of the fee of sixty-five dollars ($65.00) to the Clark County Combined Health District. No reduction shall be made for any part of the year having elapsed at the time such license is applied for. If the Plumbing Inspector finds any such plumbing to be contrary to this chapter relative to sanitation and plumbing, and the person responsible for such violation of the law refuses to rectify the conditions complained of, the Plumbing Inspector is authorized to refuse permission for further work on same or the use thereof until such improper plumbing installation or repair work has been corrected and made to comply with the provisions as prescribed in this Plumbing Code. However, no plumbing installation work shall be done by any maintenance department until a permit to do such work has been obtained as required in this chapter. (b) This chapter shall not apply to departments, branches, service units or buildings of the Federal, State and municipal governments, but Federal, State and municipal governments are requested and urged to follow the local custom and procedure of employing properly licensed plumbers on all public housing projects, or to an individual person installing plumbing in accordance with the provisions prescribed in this Plumbing Code, in a one-, two- and/or three-family dwelling used exclusively for residential purposes, on premises owned by such individual, provided such person secures a permit therefor, from the Plumbing Inspector. A permit for such plumbing work shall be granted by the Plumbing Inspector upon the filing of an affidavit that all such work shall be constructed and installed by such person without the help or hire of others, and such permit shall be conditioned upon the approval of such work, at its completion by the Plumbing Inspector, provided that nothing herein shall be construed as a waiver of the provisions prescribed in this Plumbing Code relative to sanitation and plumbing. (c) Persons licensed as plumbing contractors under Chapter 4740 of the Ohio Revised Code and not licensed under Chapter 4740 of the Ohio Revised Code as a heating, ventilating and air conditioning contractor or a refrigeration contractor, or an
10 electrical contractor or a hydraulics contractor are regulated under of the Codified Ordinances as to their operations as plumbing contractors and are exempt from the regulation and licensing requirements under Sections , , , , , , , and of this Chapter only as to their operations as plumbing contractors which require a license under Chapter 4740 of the Ohio Revised Code INSTALLATION OF CERTAIN APPLIANCES; EXCEPTIONS. Anything contained in this Plumbing Code to the contrary notwithstanding, the installation of water softeners, washing machines, dryers, dishwashers, air conditioning equipment, ice makers, vending machines, coil cleaning machinery, garbage disposal units, refrigerators, humidifiers or other similar appliances as determined by the Plumbers Examining Board where such installation involves attachment to water lines, waste lines, drains or vent stacks, hereinafter called appliance installations, may be performed by a person holding a valid master or journeyman plumber's license; a valid building contractor's license; a valid specialty contractor registration; a valid plumbing contractor registration; or by a mercantile establishment which makes appliance installations through personnel trained in such installations and licensed in accordance with the provisions of Sections to , inclusive, hereinafter called establishment. However, appliance installations shall not include the attachment, extension or alteration of a trap; of a waste or drain lines on the outlet side of a trap; a vent stack; nor shall appliance installations include cutting into and inserting a fitting in a water line exceeding three fourth inch in diameter in a commercial building, three or more family dwelling or industrial building LIMITED APPLIANCE LICENSE; EXAMINATION; BOND. (a) The work described in Section shall not be performed unless the establishment is the holder of an unexpired limited appliance dealers license, issued by the Health Commissioner, for which a charge of forty dollars ($40.00) for each calendar year shall be made. Each license shall expire December 31 of the year in which it is issued. (b) Such work shall be performed only by the holder of an unexpired limited appliance installers license, issued by the Health Commissioner for which a charge of twenty dollars ($20.00) for each calendar year shall be made. Each license shall expire December 31 of the year in which it is issued. (c) No limited appliance installers license shall be issued unless the applicant has satisfactorily passed an examination on his competency fitness and ability to comply with State laws, City ordinances and the rules and regulations of properly constituted public authorities in effect at the time, relating to the type or types of work for the performance of which the applicant seeks a license. Such examination shall be administered by the Plumbers Examining Board and shall be limited to questions or demonstrations which fairly test the fitness and the ability of the applicant to perform such work that is incidental to connections with water lines, waste lines, traps, drains or
11 vent stacks, in the installation of the appliances as defined above. A twenty dollar ($20.00) examination fee shall be collected from the applicant prior to such examination. A licensee who shall fail to secure a renewal of his license by January 31 may, at the discretion of the Board, be required to pass another examination before being eligible for a new license. (d) No limited appliance dealers license shall be issued until the establishment has filed with the Health Commissioner: (1) A certificate evidencing general liability insurance for the acts of the establishment and its installers including completed operations coverage for each person in the amount of three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000.00) and for each occurrence combined in single limit for bodily injury and property damage and requiring not less than ten days written notice to the Health Commissioner prior to cancellation; and (2) A bond in the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) with sureties approved by the City Manager, conditioned to save the City and its inhabitants harmless from all liability, loss or damage of whatsoever nature that may result, directly or indirectly, to persons or property by reason of any wrongful act or neglect of any such licensee or any person in his employ or working under his supervision, with respect to any work contemplated by the terms of his license, or his employees' license, and further conditioned that such establishment and his employees will abide by the laws, ordinances, rules and regulations governing such work in the City then in force or thereafter established by proper authority PERMIT AND INSPECTION. (a) Before undertaking the installation of a fixture or appliance the proper party shall make application for a permit to the Health Commissioner and shall pay the permit fees prescribed under Chapter 1369 to the Clark County Combined Health District. This section shall not apply to the servicing or repair or to the replacement of an appliance or fixture, unless the replacement involves such substantial changes as to be equivalent to a new installation. (b) The establishment shall notify the Plumbing Inspector within twenty-four hours of the completion time, and the Inspector shall inspect the installation within fortyeight hours after the work has been done in conformity with applicable ordinances of the City. Inspections performed outside of normal working hours (normal working hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekdays, other than holidays) shall require an extra charge of fifty dollars ($50.00) per hour, portal to portal. Should the inspection disclose any defect or violation of such ordinances, the same shall be corrected within ninety-six hours after written notice has been given to the establishment of such defect or violation. There shall be a re-inspection fee of one hundred dollars ($100.00) for each re-inspection of a commercial structure (i.e. all structures other than one-, two- and three-family residential structures) re-inspections to be paid to the Clark County Combined Health District. (Ord Passed )
12 PROCEDURE AND REQUIREMENTS FOR PLUMBING CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION. The requirements and procedures for specialty contractor registration shall be as follows: (a) Any person desiring a plumbing contractor registration shall make written application therefor with the Health Commissioner. Every application shall be on forms prescribed by the Health Commissioner; shall furnish all information and data required thereby. No application shall be required of any person desiring to renew a plumbing contractor registration previously issued or renewed provided that the information and data contained in such person's application therefor is correct or, if not, is corrected by or at the direction of such person and that all other provisions of this action are complied with. (b) No plumbing contractor registration shall be issued or continue in effect pursuant thereto unless the applicant shall give evidence that the following items are valid and remain in effect during the duration of the subcontractor registration. (1) The payment of a two hundred dollars ($200.00) fee, to be paid to the Clark County Combined Health District, upon application for a plumbing contractor registration; and the payment of a one hundred twenty five dollar ($125.00) fee, to be paid to the Clark County Combined Health District, for each renewal thereof. Payment shall be made to the City Treasurer. (2) Proof that the applicant holds a valid and unexpired license issued pursuant to Chapter 4740 of the Ohio Revised Code. (3) Comprehensive general liability insurance, including completed operations, with a minimum limit of liability of three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) each occurrence combined single limit for bodily injury and property damage liability. Subcontractors performing demolition work shall provide collapse hazard coverage ("c" exclusion deleted) and shall also provide explosion hazard coverage ("x" exclusion deleted) if explosive materials are to be used. Subcontractors performing excavation work shall provide both collapse and underground hazard coverage ("c" and "u" exclusions deleted). (4) Proof of Workers' Compensation coverage, if coverage is required by the State of Ohio. (5) City income tax number. (6) The execution by such applicant for such license of a bond in the sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000) with sureties thereon to the approval of the City Manager. Such bond shall be conditioned to save the City and its inhabitants harmless from all loss or damage of whatsoever nature that may result from any violation by the plumbing contractor and/or his authorized agents of any law, ordinance or rule governing work contemplated by the terms of such plumbing contractor registration which are then in force or thereafter established by proper authority.
13 (c) The Health Commissioner shall issue a certificate of plumbing contractor registration to any person who has complied with the provisions of this section. Every certificate of plumbing contractor registration issued or renewed pursuant to this section shall expire on December 31 of the year for which the same has been issued or last renewed unless otherwise renewed prior thereto in accordance with the provisions of this section. No fee required under the provisions of this section after payment thereof to the City shall be refunded for any cause whatsoever. (d) Every certificate of plumbing contractor registration issued pursuant to this Section shall expire on December 31 of the year in which the certificate of plumbing contractor registration was issued or renewed. Holders of a certificate of plumbing contractor registration may apply to renew their certificate of plumbing contractor registration during the period November 15 through December 31 of the year in which the certificate of plumbing contractor registration was issued or previously renewed by making application for renewal and paying the renewal fee of one hundred twentyfive dollars ($125.00) to the Clark County Combined Health District. A certificate of plumbing contractor registration which is permitted to expire may not be renewed and a holder of an expired certificate of plumbing contractor registration who wishes to become registered must apply for a new certificate of plumbing contractor registration pursuant to the provisions of this Section and pay the application fee of two hundred dollars to the Clark County Combined Health District REVOCATION OF PLUMBING CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION. (a) The Health Commissioner is authorized and empowered to revoke a plumbing contractor registration pursuant to the provisions of this chapter for any of the following reasons: (1) The plumbing contractor no longer holds a valid and unexpired license issued pursuant to Chapter 4740 of the Ohio Revised Code to operate as a plumbing contractor, or (2) The specialty plumbing no longer has in effect the insurance described in Subsection (b)(3), or (3) The specialty contractor no longer has in effect the workers compensation coverage described in Subsection (b)(4), or (4) The specialty contractor no longer has in effect the bond described in Subsection (b)(6), or any combination of the foregoing items (1) through (4). (b) No such plumbing contractor registration shall be revoked without at least fifteen (15) days advance written notice by the Health Commissioner to the plumbing contractor to such effect and without affording to such plumbing contractor the opportunity to appeal to the Board of Building Appeals by submitting the appeal in writing and stating the reason for the appeal. Appeals must be filed with the Secretary of the Board of Building Appeals within ten (10) days after receipt of notice of revocation.
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