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Oklahoma Operating Engineers License

Oklahoma Department of Labor Safety Division
4001 North Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-5212

Statue 380:25-19-1. Boiler operator licensing: The boiler operator licensing program in the State of Oklahoma became effective statewide November 1, 2002. The boiler license program is non-mandatory at the state level and is designed to be used by cities, counties, companies and individuals.

  1. First Class Boiler Operator License - (supervisory level license):
    1. Any persons holding a First Class Boiler Operator License is qualified to operate and maintain , and to supervise others in the operation and maintenance of all single burner boilers regardless of energy input.
    2. Qualifications:
      (i) A minimum of three years experience in the operation and maintenance of Power Boilers with a heat input in excess of 12,500,000 btu/hr. and
      (ii) A minimum of one year experience in a supervisory capacity, with documented responsibility for the supervision of others in the operation and maintenance of boilers in this class, or
      (iii) The documented satisfactorycompletion of a course of instruction in Physical Plant Management, the contents of which are agreeable to the Chief Boiler Inspector as a substitute for direct supervision experience, and
      (iv) A letter of recommendation from the current supervisor, or other documentation acceptable to the Chief Boiler Inspector.
      (v) A passing grade on the Boiler Operator License Examination
  2. Second Class Boiler Operator license:
    1. In addition to those boilers operable with a Third and Fourth Class Boiler Operator License, any person holding a Second Class Boiler Operator License is qualified to operate and maintain all boilers with energy inputs exceeding 12,500,000 btu/hr. or its equivalent.
    2. Qualifications:
      (i) A minimum of three years documented experience in the direct operation and maintenance of boilers covered by this class of license, one year of which must be with power boilers, or
      (ii) A minimum of three years experience in the direct operation and maintenance of boilers as a Third Class Boiler Operator, and
      (iii) A letter of recommendation from the current supervisor, or other documentation acceptable to the Chief Boiler Inspector.
      (iv) A passing grade on the Boiler Operator License Examination.
  3. Third Class Boiler Operator License:
    1. (A) In addition to those boilers operable with a Fourth Class Boiler Operator license, any person
      holding a Third Class Boiler Operator License shall be qualified to operate and maintain steam boilers and water heating boilers with a temperature not to exceed 250 F and a pressure not to exceed 160 psig. Energy inputs shall not exceed 12,500,000 Btu/hr maximum, or its equivalent.
    2. (B) Qualifications:
      (i) A minimum of two years documented experience in the direct operation and maintenance of boilers covered by this class of license, or
      (ii) A minimum of one year experience in the operation and maintenance of boilers as a Fourth Class Boiler Operator, and
      (iii) A letter of recommendation from the current supervisor or other documentation acceptable to the Chief Boiler Inspector.
      (iv) A passing grade on the Boiler Operator License Examination.
  4. Fourth Class Boiler Operator License:
    1. Any person holding a Fourth Class Boiler Operator License is qualified to operate and maintain water heating boilers with a temperature not exceeding 250 F. and a pressure not exceeding 160 psig any steam boiler operating at 15 psig or below. Energy inputs shall not exceed 5,000,000 btu/hr. maximum or its equivalent.
    2. Qualifications:
      (i) A minimum of one year documented experience in the direct operation and maintenance of boilers and equipment covered by this class of license, or
      (ii) A minimum of six months experience under the supervision of a qualified boiler operator, or
      (iii) Completion of an acceptable training course, and
      (iv) Pass the appropriate written examination.


Oklahoma City

Non-mandatory State Boiler Operator's License now in effect.

Oklahoma City
City Hall Boiler Inspector
200 North Walker
Oklahoma City, OK 73111

Local residency is not required to apply for a license.

Licenses from other jurisdictions recognized for experience.

The City of Oklahoma has 2 licensing levels:

  1. Oklahoma City Class 1 High Pressure Boiler Operator
  2. Oklahoma City Class 2 Low Pressure Boiler Operator

Tulsa

Tulsa Board of Examiners City Hall
Permit Center
Room 101, 200 Civic Center Drive
Tulsa, OK 74103

Local residency is not required to apply for the license.

Licenses from other jurisdictions recognized for experience.

The City of Tulsa has 5 licensing levels:

  1. City of Tulsa 1st Class Engineer
  2. First Class Engineer’s License is qualified to operate and maintain all steam generating boilers, pressure vessels, superheaters, refrigeration plants and air conditioning units of unlimited tonnage, horsepower and pressure and all pumps and apparatus.

  3. City of Tulsa 2nd Class Engineer ( None - Obsolete)
  4.  

  5. City of Tulsa 3rd Class Engineer

    Third Class Engineer’s license is qualified to operate and maintain heating boilers with an operating temperature of less than 250 degrees F and subject to a pressure not to exceed 15 psi steam or 160 psi water and all pumps and apparatus

  1. City of Tulsa Limited First Class
  2. First Class Limited License is qualified to operate and maintain all boilers with an operating temperature of less than 250 degrees F and subject to a pressure not exceeding 15 psi steam or 160 psi water and refrigeration and air conditioning units of unlimited tonnage
    including all pumps and apparatus

  3. City of Tulsa Process Steam Boiler Operator
  4. A Process Steam Boiler Operator license may operate high-pressure process team boilers of fifty (50) horsepower or less and subject to an operating pressure not to exceed 150 psig. Seventy-five (75) percent of the total boiler capacity must be used for the process system operation.

  5. City of Tulsa Steam Special
  6. Steam Special License may operate and maintain all boilers, engines, pumps and apparatus

  7. Tulsa Refrigeration Special

    A Refrigeration Special License may operate and maintain refrigeration plants and units of unlimited tonnage or horsepower.




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