Rule 1301:3-4-20 | Grandfathering.
(A) For the purposes of licensing in accordance with Section 2 of Substitute House Bill 344 of the 124th General Assembly:
(1) "Engaged in operating historical boilers in public for at least two years before the effective date of this act" shall mean that during at least two of the five twelve-month periods prior to October 24, 2002, the individual applicant personally operated and attended the operation of one or more historical boilers that would meet the definition of historical boiler in division (B) of section 4104.31 of the Revised Code in a location open to the people as a whole, whether or not such persons are required to pay any admission or other fee.
(2) Approval by the board of written or oral examinations that test for competence in operating historical boilers may be granted to any person who demonstrates that they have substantial experience in the operation of historical boilers, in the administration of objective, professional tests, and in the establishment of procedures and in the maintenance of records necessary to document the fair administration, scoring, and reporting of objective, professional tests. Any oral examination administered in accordance with this rule shall be administered in the presence of an employee of the bureau of operations and maintenance of the Ohio division of industrial compliance.
(B) An application for licensing in accordance with Section 2 of Substitute House Bill 344 of the 124th General Assembly shall be made on a form provided by the Ohio division of industrial compliance.
(C) An applicant seeking to establish qualifications pursuant to paragraph (A) of this rule shall apply within one year of the effective date of this paragraph.