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Written by Kacie Goff If you have an elevator constructor license or registration through the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DLI), you’re probably aware that you need to do certain things, like take continuing education (CE), to keep yourself active in their system But because requirements vary by license type, it’s important that you know precisely what’s necessary to maintain compliance with the DLI.Read more
Written by Kacie Goff In Arkansas, getting and maintaining your elevator license can feel like a little bit of a free-for-all Technically, you can — and probably should — follow the proper license protocols.Read more
Written by Kacie Goff Every few years, you need to take steps to keep your journeyman mechanical certificate active But because the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department (RLD) website isn’t overly easy to navigate — and sends you to PDFs from outside sources like PSI — it can be tricky to figure out what you need to do.Read more
Written by Kacie Goff The State of Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS) issues a variety of different plumbing licenses Not only does that make it a little complicated to figure out which license type you need in the first place, but it also muddies the waters when it comes time to renew whichever license you ended up getting.Read more
Written by Kacie Goff Compared with a lot of other states, the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) does a pretty good job of making renewal information available to their certificate holders Their website is pretty straightforward and the renewal requirements are pretty clearcut.Read more