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Licensing Requirements in South Carolina

SECTION 4. Section 40-79-140 of the 1976 Code, as last amended by Act 175 of 1987, is further amended to read:

"Section 40-79-140. (A) The board shall provide by regulation for an alarm system business license that permits the holder to participate in both the burglar and fire alarm system business. Applicants for the license successfully shall pass an oral or written examination considered by the board to measure an applicant's knowledge and competence in the burglar and fire alarm system businesses. Applicants shall provide the board with evidence of satisfactory completion of the National Institute For Certification In Engineering Technologies (NICET) Level III Fire Alarm Systems Engineering Technician's Competency Test. All fees associated with the NICET exam are the responsibility of the applicant.

(B) Applicants licensed by the board prior to July 1, 1992, by establishing to the board's satisfaction three years' experience within the immediately preceding five years in alarm system installation and service shall not be required to pass an examination as a condition of license renewal.

(C) The board by regulation may establish those other requirements for licensure as it considers necessary."

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