(1)(a) A person shall not erect, construct, alter, replace, maintain, remove, or dismantle
a conveyance within a building or structure unless the person is licensed as a conveyance
mechanic and is working under the supervision of a certified conveyance contractor. A person shall not wire a conveyance unless the person is licensed as a conveyance
mechanic and is working under the supervision of a certified conveyance contractor. No other license shall be required for work described in this paragraph (a).
(b) A person shall not be required to be a certified conveyance contractor or licensed
conveyance mechanic to remove or dismantle conveyances that are destroyed as a result
of a complete demolition of a secured building or structure or where the hoistway
or wellway is demolished back to the basic support structure and no access that endangers
the safety of a person is permitted.
(c) A conveyance helper or apprentice shall not be required to be licensed when working
under the supervision of a licensed conveyance mechanic.
(2) A person shall not inspect a conveyance within a building or structure, including
but not limited to a private residence, for purposes of the issuance of a certificate
of operation unless licensed as a conveyance inspector.
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