Per Wis. Admin. Code § SPS 305.991, no person may erect, construct, alter, replace, maintain, repair, remove or dismantle conveyances unless the person holds a license issued by the Department as a licensed Elevator Mechanic. Per Wis. Admin. Code § SPS 305.992, a person, who as a licensed Elevator Mechanic provides supervision of a registered Elevator Apprentice, a registered Elevator Apprentice Restricted, a registered Elevator Helper, a registered Lift Apprentice or a registered Lift Helper, shall be responsible for the work of the apprentice or helper with respect to compliance to Wis. Admin. Code ch. SPS 318.
Temporary License Information
Per Wis. Stats. § 101.985 (2)(d), if there are no Elevator Mechanics licensed under this subchapter available to provide services contracted for by an Elevator Contractor licensed under this subchapter, the Elevator Contractor may notify the Department and request the issuance of a temporary Elevator Mechanic's license to any individual who is certified by the Elevator Contractor as adequately qualified and able to perform the work of an Elevator Mechanic without direct and immediate supervision and who applies for a temporary Elevator Mechanic's license on a form prescribed by the Department.
The Department shall specify on a temporary Elevator Mechanic's license the Elevator Contractor in whose employ the licensee must remain to provide services under the temporary Elevator Mechanic's license.
The Elevator Mechanic Temporary license cannot take the place of pursuing a non-temporary credential by completing the
Wisconsin Code and Statute requirements.
Application for License
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|3161||Application for Elevator Mechanic Temporary License|
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Reinstate an Elevator Mechanic License that has been Expired more than 2 Years
Complete requirements for the method you are applying under (see Form #3142 for more information).
Submit an application, supporting documentation and fee: