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Texas Occupations Code - OCC § 1305.153. Master Electrician

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(a) An applicant for a license as a master electrician must:

(1) have at least 12,000 hours of on-the-job training under the supervision of a master electrician;

(2) have held a journeyman electrician license for at least two years;  and

(3) pass a master electrician examination administered under this chapter.

(b) A master electrician may:

(1) perform all electrical work, including electrical work performed by a master sign electrician;

(2) supervise an electrician;

(3) verify compliance with on-the-job training requirements for issuance of a master electrician license, master sign electrician license, journeyman electrician license, or journeyman sign electrician license;  and

(4) serve as master of record for an electrical sign contractor.

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