Sec. 905. (1) The board of boiler rules created in section 3 of former 1965 PA 290 1 shall continue in existence and is designated as the board for purposes of this article.
(2) The board shall consist of the director or the director's designee, who is a permanent
member, and 13 individuals appointed by the governor. All of the following apply to the appointed members of the board:
(a) Except for the representative of the general public, an appointed member must
have substantial experience in the design, erection, fabrication, installation, operation,
repair, or inspection of boilers.
(b) The appointed members of the board shall include all of the following:
(i) One member who represents the general public.
(ii) Two members who represent owners and users of boilers in this state.
(iii) One member who represents owners and users of power boilers that operate at 1,000
p.s.i.g. or more.
(iv) Two members who represent organized labor in this state that engage in the erection,
fabrication, installation, operation, or repair of boilers.
(v) One representative who represents water tube boiler manufacturers that do business
in this state.
(vi) One member who represents fire tube boiler manufacturers that do business in this
(vii) One member who represents a boiler insurance company that is licensed to do business
in this state.
(viii) One member who represents the mechanical contractors in this state that have experience
in the installation, piping, or operation of boilers.
(ix) One member who represents boiler repair contractors in this state that are engaged
in the business of repairing boilers by welding and riveting.
(x) One member who represents consulting engineers in this state who have boiler experience.
(xi) One member who represents antique steam boiler owners and operators.
(3) Seven members of the board constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. An approval, decision, or ruling of the board is not effective unless supported
by a majority of the members present.
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