Authority: AS 18.62.010
890. Work legally performed and experience legally obtained.
8 AAC 90.890. Work legally performed and experience legally obtained
For purposes of compliance with a minimum work or experience requirement in this chapter, work is legally performed, and experience is legally obtained while performing work, if the work is performed
(1) for a contractor with a current, valid license, registration, certificate, or other credential required for practice of the contractor's trade or profession by the law of the state in which the work is performed, and if the work is performed in the state in which the contractor is licensed, registered, certificated, or otherwise credentialed; if the work is performed in a state that does not require a license, registration, certificate, or other credential for practice of the contractor's trade or profession, the department will consider documented work or experience to be in compliance with this paragraph;
(2) under the direct supervision of a journeyman tradesperson; and
(3) in compliance with the laws of the state in which the work is performed.
History: Eff. 9/27/2008, Register 187; am 3/6/2016, Register 217
Authority: AS 18.62.020
8 AAC 90.900. Definitions
In this chapter and AS 18.62,
unless the context requires otherwise
(1) "accredited" means approved by the United States Department of Labor, bureau of apprenticeship and training;
(2) "apprentice" means a worker at least 16 years of age who is legally performing work to learn a skilled trade;
(3) "commissioner" means the commissioner of the Department of Labor and Workforce Development or the commissioner's designee;
(4) "day" means a calendar day;
(5) "department" means the Department of Labor and Workforce Development;
(6) "direct supervision" means that while the trainee is legally performing work to the standards established in either AS 18.60.580
and 8 AAC 70.025
or AS 18.60.705
and 8 AAC 63.010
a certified journeyman is on the same job site, on the same floor and in close and continual control of the trainee and is responsible for the competency of the work performed by the trainee;
(7) "director" means the director of the labor standards and safety division of the department, or the director's designee;
(8) "division" means the labor standards and safety division of the department;
(9) "electrician journeyman" means a person who performs work necessary to the installation and construction of electrical work within buildings and within property lines of any given property, beginning at the secondary side of the transformer, subject to the National Electrical Code, but does not include a person performing linework consisting of poles and towers, including wires or cables and other apparatus supported by them;
(10) "examination" means a series of prepared questions administered by the department in writing or orally, or both;
(11) "inspector" means an inspector of the labor standards and safety division of the department, or a designee;
(12) "plumber journeyman" means a person who performs plumbing work in the installation, removal, alteration, or repair of plumbing and drainage systems, within the property lines of the premises; in this paragraph, "plumbing and drainage systems"
(A) includes all
(i) building supply and distribution piping for potable water;
(ii) water treating or utilization equipment;
(iii) plumbing fixtures and traps;
(iv) drainage and vent pipes;
(v) building drains and building sewers;
(vi) medical gas and medical vacuum systems;
(vii) liquid and fuel gas piping;
(viii) swimming pool, spa, and hot tub piping;
(ix) joints, connections, devices, receptacles, appurtenances, water heaters, and vents for items listed in (i) - (viii) of this subparagraph and within the property lines of the premises; and
(x) harbor distribution piping for potable water.
(B) does not include the mains of a public sewer system or a public sewage treatment or disposal plant;
(13) "plumber restricted PG" means a person authorized with a certificate of fitness to install fuel and gas piping within property lines of the premises;
(14) "plumber restricted PU" means a person authorized with a certificate of fitness to install
(A) water service piping from the street, right-of-way main, water well, or storage tank to the first stop valve of the serviced structure or other point of use or distribution on the serviced property;
(B) building sewer piping from within two feet of a serviced structure to a public sewer, private sewer, private sewage disposal system, or other point of disposal; and
(C) building storm drains that receive the discharge of roof drains, leaders, downspouts, or conductors, if the storm drains are installed from within two feet of a commercial structure, or from within two feet of a residential structure of four or more dwelling units, to the street, the right-of-way main line, or a point of disposal approved by the federal, state, or local agency having jurisdiction;
(15) "power lineman journeyman" means a person who performs work necessary to the assembly, installation, or erection of all electrical apparatus, devices, wires, cables, supports, insulators, conductors, ducts, and raceways when part of primary distributing systems outside of buildings, regardless of whether within property lines of any given property, including outdoor substations and electrical connections up to and including the setting of transformers and the connecting of busses to them;
(16) "residential wireman" means a person who performs work necessary to the installation, construction, and operation of residential electrical systems, beginning at the point of attachment of the service drop or the service lateral on the load side of the meter, and whose work is limited to residential occupancies providing for no more than four residential units on a common foundation;
(17) "trainee" means an individual who is legally performing work to learn a skilled trade on the job under the training and direct supervision of an experienced craft journeyman plumber or electrician and who, during the training, is given opportunities to develop progressive skills in that trade.
History: Eff. 9/13/80, Register 75; am 6/14/84, Register 90; am 12/25/98, Register 148; am 9/27/2008, Register 187; am 3/6/2016, Register 217
Authority: AS 18.62.060
Editor's note: For the purposes of 8 AAC 90,
the Anchorage office can be contacted at Mechanical Inspection, 1251 Muldoon Road, Suite 113, Anchorage, Alaska 99504; phone: (907) 269-4925.
95. Adjustments to Alaska Exemptions Act. (8 AAC 95.010 - 8 AAC 95.990)
10. Statement of purpose.
30. Adjusted exemption amounts.
8 AAC 95.010. Statement of purpose
This chapter adjusts the dollar amounts set out in the Alaska Exemptions Act (AS 09.38), in response to changes in the Consumer Price Index.
History: Eff. 7/1/86, Register 98
Authority: AS 09.38.115
8 AAC 95.020. Determination of changes in the Consumer Price Index
History: Eff. 7/1/86, Register 98; am 10/1/92, Register 123; repealed 7/22/99, Register 151
8 AAC 95.030. Adjusted exemption amounts