Georgia Elevator (Class IR) Contractor License
The Elevator (Class IR) Contractor License allows you to do the following work on elevators, temporary construction elevators, material lifts, separately cab interiors and phones:
How to Get the Elevator (Class IR) Contractor’s License in Georgia?
- Meet the licensure requirements:
- Furnish the Board with verification of having an Elevator Mechanic Certification
- All Elevator Contractors must have insurance:
- Submit to the Office an original or certified copy of an insurance policy issued by an insurance company authorized to do business in this State to provide general liability coverage of at least $1,000,000 for injury or death of one person and $1,000,000 for injury or death of any number of persons in any one occurrence, with the coverage of at least $500,000 for property damage in any one occurrence and the statutory workers' compensation insurance coverage
- Create an account into the OCI Citizenserve site
- Complete the online Boiler application for examination
- Take and pass the exam administered by the Office of the Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner
- Expect for the OCI to issue the license
Take into account that Elevator Contractor Certifications are valid for twelve months after issuance. Elevator Contractor classes require certification as an Elevator Mechanic before performing any work on elevators or other conveyances.