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Hanging Scaffold Application Procedures FACT SHEET The Hanging Scaffold Fact Sheet was recently updated to include many more helpful tips and advice. Among the important information included is how to file, renew or amend a hanging scaffold application. A printer friendly (51 kb-pdf) version is also available.

Advertising Signs on Sidewalk Sheds and Scaffolds
Learn everything you need to know about Advertising Signs on Sheds and Scaffolds. This new publication reviews the definitions and the relevant laws regarding: sheds, scaffolds, advertising and non-advertising signs. A printer friendly (81 kb-pdf) version is also available.

Insurance Guidelines for Licensees
For each license the Department of Buildings issues, there are various types of insurance (i.e., general liability, workers' compensation, disability) that may be required. View the forms that the Department accepts for proof of these insurances and other additional information in the new publication, Guidelines for Licensees - Keeping Insurance Current (53kb-pdf). For specific information concerning licensed electricians, view the Insurance Policies for Licensed Electricians in 2006 (27kb-pdf) letter. Visit the License News section for future announcements and changes.

 

 
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