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Application for Licensure as an Elevator Mechanic

This is an application for certification as an Elevator Mechanic and is NOT a license to perform work. A contractor's license is still required by L&I.



Form
F621-067-000
 
Temporary Licensed Elevator Mechanic

This temporary license is limited to the mechanical and electrical operation, construction, installation, alteration, maintenance, inspection, relocation and repair of conveyances.



Form
F621-068-000
 
License Requirements for Elevator Mechanics and Contractors
Fact sheet: Explains licensing and testing requirements for mechanics who work on elevators and for contractors who install, repair or maintain elevators.

Publication
F621-070-000
 
Renewal of Elevator Mechanic License

Used by elevator mechanics to renew their license if they do not want to use the online "Get or Renew a License".



Form
F621-080-000
 
Request for Duplicate Elevator Mechanic License

Request for Duplicate Elevator Mechanic License



Form
F621-099-000
 
Elevator Mechanic and Elevator Temporary Mechanic Address/Mailing Information Update

Elevator Mechanic and Elevator Temporary Mechanic Address/Mailing Information Update



Form
F621-100-000
 
Safety Standards for Possession, Handling, and Use of Explosives WAC 296-52

Explosives mean any chemical compound or mechanical mixture commonly intended or used for the purpose of producing an explosion.



Manual
F414-038-000
 
Chapter 296-807 WAC - Portable Power Tools

Portable power tools applies to hand-held power tools; circular saws, belt sanding machines, compressed air powered tools, powder actuated fastening systems designed to use the expanding gases from a powder load to propel a stud, pin, fastener, or other object into hard structural material, consumer and commercial power lawnmowers, portable hand- or power-operated hydraulic, mechanical ratchet and mechanical screw jacks.



Manual
F414-089-000
 
Safety Standards Lockout/Tagout WAC 296-803

Lockout/Tagout applies to the service and maintenance of machines and equipment, including piping systems, if employees could be injured by the unexpected energization or start up of the machine or equipment or release of stored energy. Energy sources include mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, thermal, or other energy, including gravity. Machines and equipment include those that produce high intensity electromagnetic fields.



Manual
F414-124-000
 
Test of Escalator Safety Devices

A licensed elevator mechanic shall perform this test once a year and mail a copy to L&I.



Form
F621-055-000
 





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