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Licensing Requirements in Ohio

NICET CERTIFICATION NOW ACCEPTED
Effective September 26, 1996, Am. Sub. Senate Bill No. 293 revised section 3781.105 of the Revised Code. The revision expands the scope of the section from “automatic sprinkler design” to “ fire protection system design,” which includes sprinkler design, fire alarm design, and special hazards system design (CO, Halon, wet chemical, and dry chemical systems). It also requires the board to certify individuals who pass an examination from the “National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies” (NICET) that demonstrates their knowledge and understanding of the type of fire protection system for which the individual seeks certification. The board has drafted rules allowing individuals holding a level III or IV certification to prepare and submit fire protection construction documents to certified building departments in Ohio.

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