Employer registration for electrical work
All employers with employees who perform electrical, technology or maintenance work on the employer's premises must file an application with us.
Electrical registered employer application packet
Employer registration bulletins:
Licensing requirements for employees performing maintenance on an employer's premises
Electrical licensing information for all Minnesota school districts
Upon completion of your electrical employer registration you may obtain electrical permits online.
Employer premises/facilities registration explanation
In most instances, an employee doing electrical work must be supervised by a licensed master electrician who is an employee of the same employer. "Direct supervision" requires the licensed person to be on the job and actively supervising the electrical work. A licensed person may supervise not more than two unlicensed people (Minnesota Statutes Sections 326B.33, subdivisions 1 and 3).
Electrical maintenance work may be done by an employee who is a licensed maintenance electrician, or by an unlicensed person under the supervision of a licensed master electrician, licensed maintenance electrician, or electrical engineer employed by the same employer, or by the master electrician of record for an electrical contractor who has contracted with the employer. Personal supervision is not required for maintenance work. (Minnesota Statutes Sections 326B.31, subdivision 21 and 326B.33 subdivision 21).
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