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Event Details

Date 2019/04/09
Time 09:30 AM
Recurring
Event status
Handicap access, ADA Contact info: Charlene Tamanaha, 808-586-2698, elect_plumb@dcca.hawaii.gov
Title Board of Electricians & Plumbers Meeting
Location King Kalakaua Conference Room, King Kalakaua Building, 335 Merchant Street, 1st Floor, Honolulu, HI 96813
This event was posted on 04/03/2019 02:43 PM
This event was last updated on 04/03/2019 02:43 PM

BOARD OF ELECTRICIANS AND PLUMBERS

Professional and Vocational Licensing Division

Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs

State of Hawaii

 

 

APPLICATIONS COMMITTEE AGENDA

 

DATE:         Tuesday, April 9, 2019

 

TIME:          9:30 a.m.

 

PLACE:        King Kalakaua Conference Room

                   King Kalakaua Building

335 Merchant Street, 1st Floor

Honolulu, HI  96813

 

1.            Call to Order

 

2.            Review of Applications for Licensure

 

a)       Executive Session to consider and evaluate personal information relating to individuals applying for an electricians and plumbers license pursuant to Hawaii Revised Statutes (“HRS”) section 92-5.

 

3.            Next Applications Committee Meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 12, 2019.

 

4.            Adjournment

 

BOARD AGENDA

 

DATE:         Tuesday, April 9, 2019

 

TIME:          10:30 a.m.

 

PLACE:        King Kalakaua Conference Room

                   King Kalakaua Building

335 Merchant Street, 1st Floor

Honolulu, HI  96813

 

The Board may move into Executive Session to consider and evaluate personal information relating to individuals applying for licensure in accordance with Hawaii Revised Statutes (“HRS”) section 92-5(a)(1), and to consult with the Board’s attorney on questions and issues pertaining to the Board’s powers, duties, privileges, immunities, and liabilities in accordance with HRS section 92-5(a)(4).

 

1.            Call to Order

 

2.            Approval of the Minutes of the December 11, 2018, Board Meeting.

 

3.            Executive Officer’s Report:

 

a)       Board Member status.

         

 

4.       Chapter 91, HRS Adjudicatory Matter

 

a)       In the Matter of the Electrician License of George W. Boeckmann;

          ENP 2018-11-L

 

Settlement Agreement Prior to Filing of Petition for Disciplinary Action and Board’s Final Order

 

5.       Examinations:

 

a)       January 2019 and March 2019 Exam Results for Electricians &     Plumbers

 

b)       State Building Code Council’s Adoption of the 2017 NEC

 

6.       Applications:

 

          a)       Electricians

 

Journey Worker Electrician (EJ)

ABITBOL, NATHANIEL

CARROLL, JOHN

CARROLL, ZACHARY

COBB, MATTHEW

DALIGDIG, CHRISTIAN

FAUSTINA, AARON

GOMEZ, CAMILO

HAGMANN, JAKOB

HANAFUSA, ROGER

HASHIMOTO, BRANDON

HATORI, LENNY

HERRERA, ADRIAN

HAUANIO, RYAN

INO, CORY

JOHNSON, YUUKI

JULATON, ALLAN

KURANISHI, SEAN

LAU HEE, KAEO

LE, JOHNY

LEUNG, CHUNFAI

MACKAY IV, JOHN

MAKIDA, DRAKE

NISHIOKA, ROSS

NOWAK, RYAN

PETERSON, CHRISTOPHER

RICKARD, DAVID

RODRIGUES, DESMOND

ROSSI, STEVEN

SAKAMOTO, CAMERON

SATO, KEVIN

TEIXEIRA, LARRY

THOMPSON, KEVIN

YAMASHITA, CHAZ

 

Journey Worker Industrial Electrician (EJI)

ANDERSON, DAVID

 

Journey Worker Specialty Electrician (EJS)

BURCENA, MARIANO

EGGER, CHAD

KEE CHONG, RODNEY

 

Supervising Electrician (ES)

BACA, JUSTIN

CROPP, DEREK

LINDQUIST, JASON

RAGASA, EDDY-ROGER

SIGHTS, JAMES

STAGE, STEVEN

 

Supervising Industrial Electrician (ESI)

NONE

 

Supervising Specialty Electrician (ESS)

NONE

 

Maintenance Electrician (EM)

NONE

 

b)       Plumbers

 

Journey Worker Plumber (PJ)

ALTERADO-TUQUERO, ANTHONY

BOKOLAS, CRUZ

CHOW, KENNEY

DEKOV, VANGEL

EDWARDS, JAMES

HOSKINS, DANIEL

LEIGH, GEORGE

MELETIA-CHING, CYRUS

NEKOTA, DREW

NOHARA, CLAYTON

RAMONES, OSCAR

RAVEY, KENNETH

SAGUCIO, CHRISTOPHER

SALMO III, BENJAMIN

SEGOBIA, IREN

TIMMER, CLAYTON

 

Master Plumber (PM)

MUNDY, WILLIAM

RUSNELL, CHRISTOPHER

 

c)       Request for Examination Waiver

LUCZON, EARL (EJS)

SALMO III, BENJAMIN (PJ)

 

c)       Ratifications

 

Journey Worker Electrician (EJ)

AKI, JANN-LOUIS

ALENCASTRE, JORDAN

ARIKAWA, JESSE

BIVEN, BRONSON

CORPUZ, FORTUNATO

CRUM JR., CALAVIN

DICKERSON, TODD

GARDUQUE JR, ANTHONY

GOMEZ, JESSE

GRBIC, OSMAN

KINNINGHAM, BRADLEY

LE, JOHNY

MARTIN, ROYCE

MCEACHRAN, JAMIESON

MOOR, AARON

RENON, DELMAR

REZENTES, JUSTIN

THAI, DENNIS

 

Journey Worker Specialty Electrician (EJS)

KOA, JOVIN

LUCZON, EARL

RARANGOL, WERDELL

ROSARIO, SHANE

 

Supervising Electrician (ES)

MCDONALD, RANALD

THOMAS, BENEDICT

 

Journey Worker Plumber (PJ)

BARTOLOME JR., ROGELIO

KENOLIO, PAUL

RANDGEL, CHRISTOPHER

RIBAO, ALVERNE

LEWIE, VALENTINE

STRONG, STEPHEN

 

Master Plumber (PM)

ANDRES, MICHAEL

TODOROV, DIMITRE

 

 

7.       Act 35, SLH 2010 Update Regarding Electrical Academic Coursework

 

a)              University of Hawaii Honolulu Community College Approved Curricula

 

·         Local Union #24 IBEW and Maryland Chapter, National Electrical Contractors Association Inc.;

·         North Dakota State College of Science Electrical Program.

 

8.       2019 Legislative Session:

 

a)       SB774 SD1 HD2 RELATING TO PROFESSIONAL AND VOCATIONAL LICENSING

 

Requires the Board of Dentistry to adopt rules for the regulation of dental assistants using certification options based on education level and permitted duties. Requires the Board to report to the Legislature on the progress of any rules adopted. (SB774 HD2) 

 

b)       HB1528 HD1 RELATING TO COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS

 

Repeals the existing statutory requirement that $2,000,000 of certain taxes collected on bank and financial corporations be deposited to the compliance resolution fund. Requires adjustments to fees and assessments collected by the Division of Financial Institutions based on the amount of moneys credited to the division in the compliance resolution fund. Establishes criteria to determine the amounts to be assessed for fees and expenses regulated under title 25, HRS. Provides for the reduction or cessation of fees or interest paid into the mortgage loan recovery fund, contractors recovery fund, contractors education fund, real estate recovery fund, real estate education fund, and condominium education fund if the balance in the funds attain a certain dollar amount. Sets the annual fee assessed on cable operators at 4.5% of the income received from subscribers for cable services rendered during the preceding calendar year. Authorizes the Director of the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs to reduce the fee if the amount exceeds the amount necessary to administer chapter 440G, HRS. (HB1528 HD1)

 

c)       SB812 SD1 HD1 RELATING TO COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS

 

          Establishes the operating budget for certain programs of the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs. Clarifies calculation of Cable Operators' annual fee. Establishes or amends certain special fund ceilings and provides for suspension or refund of fees if the ceiling is exceeded. (SB812 HD1)

 

9.       New Business

 

10.     Public Forum

 

          Public comment on issues not on the Agenda, for consideration by the Board

          at a subsequent meeting.

 

11.     Announcements

 

a)       Next Board Meeting

 

          Wednesday, June 12, 2019 (changed from Tuesday, June 4, 2019)

          10:30 a.m.

          King Kalakaua Conference Room

          King Kalakaua Building

          335 Merchant Street, 1st Floor

          Honolulu, HI  96813

 

12.     Adjournment

 

04/03/19

 

If you need an auxiliary aid/service or other accommodation due to a disability, contact Charlene Tamanaha at (808) 586-2698 or elect_plumb@dcca.hawaii.gov as soon as possible, preferably within two (2) business days of the meeting.  If a request is received after that date, we will try to obtain the auxiliary aid/service or accommodation, but we cannot guarantee that the request will be fulfilled. 

 

Upon request this notice is available in alternate formats such as large print, Braille, or electronic copy.  

 

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