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Posted by rick on January 09, 2007 at 23:38:49:
In Reply to: Boiler Operators Licenses for the 50 States posted by Recruiter on January 09, 2007 at 11:30:14:
: Is there single source to find if all the 50 require boiler operators to be license and their standards for licensing?
Per "Standard Plant Operators Questions and Answers" 2nd Edition, Volume II:
States of Alasaka, Arkansas, District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, New Jersey and Ohio.
Cities of Mobile, AL, Los Angeles & San Jose, CA, Denver and Pueblo, CO, Bridgeport, CT, Wilmington, DE, Tampa, FL, Chicago, Decatur, East St. Louis, Elgin, Evanston & Peoria, IL, Hammond & Terre Haute, IN, Des Moines & Souix City, IA, Covington, KY, New Orleans, LA, Dearborn, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Saginaw & Ypsilanti Twp, MI, Kansas City, St. Joseph & St. Louis, MO, Lincoln & Omaha, NE, Buffalo, Mt. Vernon, New York City, Niagra Falls, Rochester, Tonawanda, White Plains and Yonkers, NY, Oklahoma City & Tulsa, OK, Erie, Philadelphia & Pittsburgh, PA, Providence & Woonsocket, RI, Memphis, TN, Houston, TX, Salt Lake City, UT, Seattle, Spokane & Tacoma, WA, Kenosha, Milwaukee & Racine, WI.
Some such as Hammond, IN, Kenosha, WI, Lincoln, & Omaha, NE have been discontinued.
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