Certificates of on-site inspection shall comply with the following:
- The equipment user, or his or her designated representative, shall obtain a Certificate of On-site Inspection for the use of any crane or derrick used for construction or demolition purposes at each job site. Such application for the Certificate of On-site Inspection shall include information set forth in rules promulgated by the commissioner.
- Upon approval of the application, a copy of such approval shall be given to the applicant. It shall be unlawful to operate the equipment that is the subject of the approval until it has been inspected and found to be satisfactory by the department as set forth in rules promulgated by the commissioner. Upon inspection and a finding of satisfactory compliance, the approval shall be deemed a Certificate of On-site Inspection, which shall expire one year from the date of issuance. A Certificate of On-site Inspection may be renewed in accordance with rules promulgated by the commissioner.
- The Certificate of On-site Inspection is valid only if the conditions and statements contained in the approved application are complied with, and the crane or derrick is operated in conformance with the provisions of this section and the rules applicable thereto.
- A Certificate of On-site Inspection is not required for cranes or derricks performing work exempted from such requirement by rules promulgated by the commissioner.