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Re: NJ Codes

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Posted by Mike on February 11, 2005 at 19:09:43:

In Reply to: NJ Codes posted by John Gee on February 11, 2005 at 08:40:29:

The State Of New Jersey Department of Labor Boiler Inspection Division has a State Requirement that if a building is occuiped there must be a licensed operator on premises to operate the boiler. The operator must be on premises to ensure that the boiler is operating safely and in the event there is a problem he can secure the boiler before anything happens. NJ is enforcing this rule especialy with schools since there was an accident about two years ago where a person was killed when the school hot water heater blew up. While I understand your situation it's very inportant that the boiler be watched and maintained by a licensed operator. You can call the department of labor at 609-292-2345 and request a copy of the code for your reference.

: Does any one know the law or codes for use of a school building while the boiler is on. Is a black seal required at all times or just during school functions. I run the local B&G club and use the school gyms at night, and on the weekends we are now being told that we will have to pay a custodian to be on staff at all times. Unfortuanetly as a non-profit organization the only way to get these funds is to charge the children??

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