Title 43, Chapter 14, Section 8.4
(a) After June 30, 1994, no person may be employed as a utility
foreman unless that person holds a current utility foreman
certificate issued by the Division of Utility Contractors.
(b) The division shall certify all applicants for certification
under this chapter who satisfy the requirements of this chapter and
the rules and regulations promulgated under this chapter. One
requirement for such certification shall be the successful
completion of a course of safety training in utility contracting
approved by the division. In lieu of safety training any person
desiring to be issued a utility foreman certificate may submit a
completed application on or before December 31, 1994, which
documents to the satisfaction of the division at least two years of
experience as a utility foreman during the period between January 1,
1984, and June 30, 1994. Any person who does not submit a completed
application for certification on or before December 31, 1994, must
complete the required safety training in order to be certified.
(c) After June 30, 1994, no utility system shall be constructed,
erected, altered, or repaired unless a certified utility manager or
certified utility foreman who holds a current certification is
present at the job site of such construction, erection, alteration,
or repair of the utility system.