MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING
The Office of Professional and Occupational Regulation wants to make sure that individuals who have military experience and training and who wish to obtain a plumbing license receive appropriate credit for their military training and experience. If you have military experience and training in the plumbing field and want to become licensed in Maine as a Master or Journeyman Plumber, please contact Bob LeClair (207-624-8678) or Catherine Carroll (207-624-8605) or email the office before submitting an application. They will explain the application process and assist you in preparing your application for licensure.
Click HERE for information specific to military qualifications.
|Air Testing||On March 9, 2011, the Plumbers' Examining Board voted to allow the testing of plastic schedule 40 DWV piping systems with 5 psi maximum of air. For safety purposes, when testing with air, a listed 6 psi relief valve is required. Click HERE for a copy of the policy.|
|Rulemaking Changes||None at this time|
|Statutory Changes or Proposals||Public Law Chapter 242, An Act to Amend the
Requirements Concerning Small Restaurants That
Serve Alcoholic Beverages
10 Day Notification
|Laws & Rules||Plumbers' Examining Board Laws & Rules|
|Informational||2009 Uniform Plumbing Code Presentation
Maine State Internal Plumbing Code
EPA's Lead-Based Paint Renovation, Repair and Painting Program Rule
Last Updated: February 4, 2014