(a) The commissioner may deny, suspend, revoke or reinstate certification.
(b) A violation of this article or rule adopted pursuant to this article is grounds
for the denial, suspension, revocation or refusal to reinstate certification and permits
the imposition of disciplinary action: Provided, That no disciplinary action against
a crane operator may be imposed without a proper prior notice as served under section
one, article two, chapter fifty-six of this code, and an opportunity for hearing held
before the commissioner or his designee wherein the crane operator will be provided
the opportunity to present evidence in person, by counsel or both and after which,
if the commissioner finds a violation of this article has occurred, the commissioner
may impose any disciplinary action permitted in this article: Provided, however,
That the provisions of subsection (e) of section seven of this article have not been
(c) Operation of a crane in violation of this article or other provision of this code
may result in the suspension of certification for not less than twenty-four hours
nor more than one year, or revocation of certification until reinstated.
(d) Each certified crane operator shall carry proof of certification on his or her
person during operation of a crane.
(e) A person whose certification has been revoked may apply for certification one
year after the date of the revocation.
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