Oregon Liquefied Petroleum Gas Licenses
The state of Oregon has different types of boards to obtain a contractor license. There are two categories for Liquefied Petroleum Gas Licenses, one for businesses and another for individuals. The Office of the State Fire Marshal (OSFM) is in charge of rules establishing statewide standards and providing an examination process to ensure that local governmental subdivisions adopt and administer fire codes with the minimum requirements set. The OSFM issues the licenses that participate lawfully in business that involves the following type of work:
- Liquefied petroleum gas work
- Installing liquefied petroleum gas tanks
- Connecting or disconnecting any liquefied petroleum gas appliance
- Repairing equipment using liquefied petroleum gas
- Completing repairs on liquefied petroleum gas equipment or appliances
- Repairing or remodeling piping or venting, or any installation or repair service
- Connecting or disconnecting liquefied petroleum gas to tanks and other appliances
What license allows me to do Liquefied Petroleum Gas License work in Oregon?
Application process for the Liquefied Petroleum Gas Licenses
- Obtain a company license before conducting business at the site.
- Select the type of license.
- Fulfill the LPG license online examination form and send it via mail with the corresponding fee.
- Expect email instructions upon the payment receipt. Use the applicant's email address one time; the system will only permit some candidates to share an email address.
- Once the examination is approved, the applicant will receive the license (valid for two years) after validation.
Office of the State Fire Marshal (OSFM)
3565 Trelstad Ave SE, Salem, OR 97317
Mon. - Fri. 08:00 am - 05:00 pm