Nevada Protection from Fire; Explosives

Sec. § 477.223
Certificate of registration: Qualifications; application; issuance; renewal; duration; fee.


1.

A person shall not act as a fire performer unless the person is the holder of a certificate of registration as a fire performer or apprentice fire performer issued by the State Fire Marshal pursuant to this section.

2.

An applicant for a certificate of registration as a fire performer or apprentice fire performer must:

(a)

Be a natural person and, if the application is:

(1)

For a fire performer, be at least 21 years of age; or

(2)

For an apprentice fire performer, be at least 18 years of age;

(b)

Make a written notarized application to the State Fire Marshal on a form provided by the State Fire Marshal;

(c)

Submit to the State Fire Marshal a resume setting forth the experience of the applicant as a fire performer or apprentice fire performer and a description of all safety precautions used by the applicant while acting as a fire performer or apprentice fire performer; and

(d)

Pay an application fee in an amount prescribed by regulations adopted by the State Fire Marshal.

3.

The State Fire Marshal may:

(a)

Issue to any person who applies for either certificate pursuant to subsection 2 a certificate of registration as a fire performer or apprentice fire performer; and

(b)

Renew a certificate of registration as a fire performer or apprentice fire performer to any person who applies for a renewal in a manner specified by the State Fire Marshal and pays a renewal fee in an amount prescribed by regulations adopted by the State Fire Marshal.

4.

A certificate of registration as a fire performer or apprentice fire performer is valid for the period prescribed by regulations adopted by the State Fire Marshal.
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