61G4-15.033. Certification of Marine Specialty Contractors  

Effective on Tuesday, December 25, 2007
  • 1(1) Scope of Rule. The purpose of this rule is to provide for the certification of marine contractors.

    19(2) Definition. A marine contractor is a specialty contractor qualified and certified by the board to perform any work involving the construction, repair, alteration, extension and excavation for fixed docks, floating docks, boathouses, mooring devices, mooring fields, seawalls, bulkheads, piers, wharfs, boatlifts, boat ramps, revetments, cofferdams, wave attenuators, dune crossovers and other marine structures and activities, 75including 76pile driving, framing, concrete, masonry, dredge and fill, and wood shingle, wood shakes, or asphalt or fiberglass shingle roofing on a new structure of his or her own construction. Nothing in this rule shall be deemed to restrict or limit in any manner the scope of work authorized by law of other contractor classification.

    130(3) Certified Marine Contractors must maintain applicable workers’ compensation and general liability insurance as required by state and federal law, including but not limited to the provisions of the Longshoremen’s and Harbor Worker’s Compensation Act, 16533 U.S.C.A. § 901 et seq. and Title 46 U.S.C.A.

    175(4) Other certification procedures and fees for certified marine specialty contractors shall be the same as those provided for the certification of other contractors as defined and set forth in Sections 206489.109, 207489.111, 208489.113, 209489.114, 210489.115, 211and 212489.116 F.S.

    214Specific Authority 216455.213, 217489.108, 218489.113(6) FS. 220Law Implemented 222489.105(3)(q), 223489.113(6) FS. 225History226227New 22812-25-07229.

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