The operation of a microturbine during regular business hours shall be under the personal supervision of a certificate of fitness holder. At all other times, a microturbine shall be under the general supervision of a certificate of fitness holder. Certificate of fitness holders shall be trained by the manufacturer or other qualified and knowledgeable person in the safe operation of the equipment, including how to safely shut down the equipment in the event of an emergency.
The alarms initiated from the operation of a microturbine shall be annunciated both locally and remotely as required by the construction codes, including the Building Code and Mechanical Code, and the Electrical Code. The remote panel shall be located in a continuously supervised location on the premises.
Microturbines shall be designed and installed in accordance with the construction codes, including the Building Code and the Mechanical Code, and the Electrical Code. A copy of the design and installation documents for microturbine installations approved by the Department of Buildings shall be submitted to the department prior to installation.
The owner of any microturbine installation shall maintain a service contract with the microturbine manufacturer or other qualified service company as long as the installation exists on the premises. A copy of the service contract shall be maintained on the premises and made available for inspection by any department representative.