SECTION 158:85-2-2. Endorsement required for commercial roofing work  

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  • (a)   Application. Application for roofing endorsement shall be done by filling out an application for examination on a form provided by the Roofing Unit. The requirements for commercial endorsement are the same as for roofing registration with additional requirements as listed in this Subchapter.
    (b)   Business entity. The qualifying party applying for a commercial roofer endorsement must provide information on the legal business entity, including but not limited to the articles, organizational agreements or documents establishing the legal business entity, including a list of the officers, members, managers, partners, or other managing agents of the legal entity.
    (c)   Insurance.
    (1)   Each person on initial application and upon receiving a contractor's registration endorsement, prior to engaging in commercial roofing work, and all commercial roofing contractors submitting endorsement renewal applications, shall provide proof of financial responsibility by providing a certificate of insurance which indicates a minimum general liability policy of $1,000,000.00 for endorsement of commercial roofing contractor work.
    (2)   The Construction Industries Board must be added as a certificate holder but not as an additional insured and with no additional cost. This is required in order for the Construction Industries board to be notified in the event such liability policy is cancelled for any reason or expires for non-payment of premiums.
    (d)   Examination. In order to obtain a commercial endorsement on a roofing registration for those doing commercial roofing contractor work, the qualifying party shall have successfully passed the appropriate examination. Any applicant initially failing to pass the examination shall not be permitted to take another examination for a period of thirty (30) days. Any applicant subsequently failing to pass the examination shall not be permitted to take another examination for a period of ninety (90) days. However, in a declared state of emergency, the examination shall be available as often as possible as determined by the registrar.
    (e)   Continuing Education. No commercial endorsement shall be renewed unless the qualifying party has completed the required hours of continuing education, as determined and approved by the Committee of Roofing Examiners and the Construction Industries Board. Continuing education requirements are at Subchapter 9.
[Source: Added at 32 Ok Reg 436, eff 12-17-14 (emergency); Added at 32 Ok Reg 1657, eff 9-11-15; Amended at 35 Ok Reg 940, eff 10-1-18]