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RCW 19.28.031 Rules, regulations, and standards.
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RCW 19.28.051 Examinations—Fees.
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RCW 19.28.071 Licensee’s bond—Action on—Priorities—Cash deposit, payment from.
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RCW 19.28.081 Actions—Local permits—Proof of licensure.
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RCW 19.28.091 Licensing—Exemptions.
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RCW 19.28.095 Equipment repair specialty—Scope of work.
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RCW 19.28.101 Inspections—Notice to repair and change—Disconnection—Entry—Concealment—Accessibility—Connection to utility—Permits, fees—Limitation—Waiver of provisions during state of emergency.
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RCW 19.28.111 Nonconforming installations—Disputes—Reference to board.
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RCW 19.28.121 Board—Request for ruling—Fee—Costs.
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RCW 19.28.121 Board—Request for ruling—Fee—Costs.
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RCW 19.28.131 Specialty electrical contractor license—Written warning, penalty—Violations of RCW 19.28.010 through 19.28.141 and 19.28.311 through 19.28.361—Schedule of penalties—Appeal.
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RCW 19.28.141 RCW 19.28.101 inapplicable in certain cities and towns, electricity supply agency service areas, and rights-of-way of state highways.
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RCW 19.28.151 RCW 19.28.010 through 19.28.141 and 19.28.311 through 19.28.361 inapplicable to telegraph or telephone companies exercising certain functions.
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RCW 19.28.161 Certification—Apprentices and trainees—Supervision—Ratio of noncertified and certified workers—Trainee hours verification.
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RCW 19.28.171 Electrical trainee hours—Audit—Rules—Confidentiality.
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RCW 19.28.181 Application for certificate of competency.
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RCW 19.28.191 Certificate of competency—Eligibility for examination—Rules.
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RCW 19.28.195 Examination—Exception for lawful work experience and training school program completion. (Expires July 1, 2026.)
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RCW 19.28.201 Examination—Times—Certification of results—Contents—Fees.
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RCW 19.28.205 In-class education requirements.
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RCW 19.28.211 Certificate of competency—Issuance—Renewal—Continuing education—Fees—Effect.
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RCW 19.28.221 Persons engaged in trade or business on July 16, 1973.
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RCW 19.28.231 Temporary permits.
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RCW 19.28.241 Revocation of certificate of competency—Grounds—Procedure.
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RCW 19.28.251 Powers and duties of director—Administration of RCW 19.28.161 through 19.28.271 by the department.
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RCW 19.28.261 Exemptions from RCW 19.28.161 through 19.28.271.
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RCW 19.28.271 Violations of RCW 19.28.161 through 19.28.271—Schedule of penalties—Appeal.
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RCW 19.28.281 Electric vehicle infrastructure—Rule adoption.
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RCW 19.28.291 Violations of chapter—Issuance of subpoenas—Application.
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RCW 19.28.301 Application—Subchapter heading.
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RCW 19.28.311 Electrical board.
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RCW 19.28.321 Enforcement—State electrical inspectors—Qualifications—Salaries and expenses.
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RCW 19.28.325 Enforcement—Local authority—Penalties—Appeals.
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RCW 19.28.331 Inspection reports.
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RCW 19.28.341 Revocation or suspension of license—Grounds—Appeal to board—Fee—Costs.
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RCW 19.28.351 Electrical license fund.
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RCW 19.28.361 Liability for injury or damage.
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RCW 19.28.371 Medical device—Installation, maintenance, or repair—Compliance with chapter—Limit of exemption.
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RCW 19.28.381 Denial of renewal of certificate or license for outstanding penalties—Notice—Appeal—Hearing.
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PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS INSTALLATIONS
RCW 19.28.400 Definitions.
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RCW 19.28.410 Telecommunications systems installations—Subject to this subchapter.
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RCW 19.28.420 Telecommunications contractor license—Application—Bond—Issuance of license.
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RCW 19.28.430 Administrator’s examination—Certificate—Administrator’s requirements.
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RCW 19.28.440 Examination for telecommunications administrators’ certificates.
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RCW 19.28.450 Local enforcement of subchapter—Enforcement of chapter.
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RCW 19.28.460 Disputes regarding local regulations—Arbitration—Panel.
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RCW 19.28.470 Inspections—Report—Required repairs/changes—Accessibility of telecommunications systems.
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RCW 19.28.480 Unlawful acts—Interpretation of chapter.
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RCW 19.28.490 Violation of chapter—Penalty—Appeal.
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RCW 19.28.501 Insurance/financial responsibility.
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RCW 19.28.511 Individual certification not required.
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RCW 19.28.521 Limitation of action—Proof of valid license required.
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RCW 19.28.531 Unlawful installation/maintenance—Disputed interpretation—Board to determine methods.
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RCW 19.28.541 Entity desiring board decision—Process.
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RCW 19.28.551 Director’s authority—Adoption of rules.
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RCW 19.28.910 Effective date—1963 c 207.
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RCW 19:28 Quiz
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Washington Electrical RCW 19:28
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(1) All wires and equipment, and installations thereof, that convey electric current and installations of equipment to be operated by electric current, in, on, or about buildings or structures, except for telephone, telegraph, radio, and television wires and equipment, and television antenna installations, signal strength amplifiers, and coaxial installations pertaining thereto shall be in strict conformity with this chapter, the statutes of the state of Washington, and the rules issued by the department, and shall be in conformity with approved methods of construction for safety to life and property. The following are exempt from the requirements of this chapter: All wires and equipment that fall within section 90.2(b)(5) of the National Electrical Code, 1981 edition; all wires and equipment within the communication worker safety zone and supply space, as defined in the National Electrical Safety Code, on poles supporting electric utility transmission or distribution lines or wires; and electric utility-owned equipment between a meter base and meter. The regulations and articles in the National Electrical Code, the National Electrical Safety Code, and other installation and safety regulations approved by the national fire protection association, as modified or supplemented by rules issued by the department in furtherance of safety to life and property under authority hereby granted, shall be prima facie evidence of the approved methods of construction. All materials, devices, appliances, and equipment used in such installations shall be of a type that conforms to applicable standards or be indicated as acceptable by the established standards of any electrical product testing laboratory which is accredited by the department. Industrial control panels, utilization equipment, and their components do not need to be listed, labeled, or otherwise indicated as acceptable by an accredited electrical product testing laboratory unless specifically required by the National Electrical Code, 1993 edition.
(2) Residential buildings or structures moved into or within a county, city, or town are not required to comply with all of the requirements of this chapter, if the original occupancy classification of the building or structure is not changed as a result of the move. This subsection shall not apply to residential buildings or structures that are substantially remodeled or rehabilitated.
(3) This chapter shall not limit the authority or power of any city or town to enact and enforce under authority given by law, any ordinance, rule, or regulation requiring an equal, higher, or better standard of construction and an equal, higher, or better standard of materials, devices, appliances, and equipment than that required by this chapter. A city or town shall require that its electrical inspectors meet the qualifications provided for state electrical inspectors in accordance with RCW 19.28.321. In a city or town having an equal, higher, or better standard the installations, materials, devices, appliances, and equipment shall be in accordance with the ordinance, rule, or regulation of the city or town.
(4) Incorporated cities and towns where electrical inspections are required by local ordinances may enforce the provisions of RCW 19.28.041(1), 19.28.16119.28.271(1), 19.28.420(1), and applicable licensing and certification rules within their respective jurisdictions. Nothing in this subsection diminishes the authority of the department to enforce the provisions of RCW 19.28.041(1), 19.28.16119.28.271(1), 19.28.420(1), and applicable licensing and certification rules within any city or town.
(5) Electrical equipment associated with spas, hot tubs, swimming pools, and hydromassage bathtubs shall not be offered for sale or exchange unless the electrical equipment is certified as being in compliance with the applicable product safety standard by bearing the certification mark of an approved electrical products testing laboratory.
(6) Nothing in this chapter may be construed as permitting the connection of any conductor of any electric circuit with a pipe that is connected with or designed to be connected with a waterworks piping system, without the consent of the person or persons legally responsible for the operation and maintenance of the waterworks piping system.
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