The fire marshal, upon application by a certified operator, or equivalent, from another
state, may allow the operator to perform displays in this state without submitting
to the written examination, if the fire marshal determines that the other state's
laws allow certified operators from Tennessee to perform displays in that state and
the other state's laws set standards for operators substantially equivalent to those
in this state. All other applicable certification provisions apply to the out-of-state operator,
and applicants for whom the written examination is waived must comply with all other
requirements, including continuing education requirements.
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