|(a) In addition to obtaining the certificate of insurance
required by §367.6 of this title, a Master Plumber shall complete
the training program required by §363.26 of the Board Rules in
order to initially qualify as a RMP. This subsection does not apply
to a Master Plumber who meets the requirements of §363.26(a)
of the Board Rules.
(b) A Master Plumber may act as the RMP of record for
only one person at a time. A RMP wishing to be removed or added as
a RMP of record shall submit to the Board written notification of
the change, in a form specified by the Board, within ten (10) business
days after the effective date of the change.
(c) The RMP of record shall be knowledgeable of and
responsible for all contracts and agreements to perform plumbing work
secured and permits obtained under his or her Master Plumber License.
A RMP of record is not absolved of these responsibilities even if:
(1) the job of obtaining a permit is delegated to another
(2) the RMP did not personally draft or sign the contract
(d) The RMP of record is responsible for the general
supervision and management of plumbing work performed under his or
her license and individuals performing plumbing work pursuant to contracts
secured under his or her license, regardless of whether the individuals
are employees or subcontractors. This includes:
(1) ensuring that all permits are obtained and inspections
are requested in accordance with all applicable plumbing codes;
(2) ensuring that all individuals performing plumbing
work under the RMP's license hold a current applicable license or
registration for the work being performed;
(3) ensuring that a licensee is present and providing
direct supervision at all job sites where one or more registrants
are engaged in plumbing; and
(4) ensuring that all service vehicles display the
information required by §367.10 of this title.
(e) A RMP acting in accordance with subsection (d)
of this section has fulfilled his or her responsibility to the client
and employer to ensure that the plumbing work performed under the
RMP's license will protect public health and safety by meeting the
requirements of all applicable plumbing local and state codes, ordinances,
rules regulations and laws regulating plumbing.