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Minnesota Operating Engineers License

Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry
Code Administration & Inspection Services
443 Lafayette Road North, Fourth Floor
St. Paul, MN 55155-4304

Local residency is not required to apply for the license.

Licensing from other jurisdictions is recognized for experience.

High Pressure Plants Operator Must Be In Attendance At All Times.

The State of Minnesota has 10 licensing levels:

  1. Minnesota Chief-A
  2. Minnesota Chief-B
  3. Minnesota Chief-C
  4. Minnesota 1-A
  5. Minnesota 1-B
  6. Minnesota 1-C
  7. Minnesota 2-A
  8. Minnesota 2-B
  9. Minnesota 2-C
  10. Minnesota Special Engineer

 

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