Any employer engaging in any activity related to the erection, construction, alteration,
demolition, repair or maintenance of buildings, structures, bridges, highways, roadways,
dams, tunnels, sewers, underground buildings or structures, pipelines or ducts and
all other construction projects or facilities, shall comply with all requirements
reasonably necessary for the health and safety of employees and the general public. Such requirements shall be set forth in rules and regulations adopted under the
Construction Safety Act. The application and certificate forms shall be prescribed by the commissioner.
A certificate of registration shall expire 1 year from its effective date, unless
sooner revoked or suspended by the commissioner. A certificate of registration may be renewed upon the filing of an application for
renewal on a form prescribed by the commissioner. A certificate of registration shall at all times be prominently displayed at each
place of business of the employer.
The commissioner shall have the power and authority to charge an annual registration
fee of not less than $15.00 nor more than $50.00 for each certificate of registration
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