PUBLIC SAFETY AND WELFARE
NEW HAMPSHIRE BUILDING CODE
155-A:5-b Accessibility Certifiers and Inspectors; Penalty.
I. New Hampshire licensed architects, professional engineers, certified building officials, and master code officials may certify building plans and/or inspect public buildings for compliance with the accessibility standards in RSA 155-A:5 and RSA 155-A:5-a without further examination. Any other person engaged in the business of certifying building plans and/or inspecting public buildings for compliance with accessibility standards required by RSA 155-A:5 and RSA 155-A:5-a shall successfully pass an International Code Council examination that covers the accessibility standards contained in the state building code prior to certifying that a building complies with RSA 155-A:5 and RSA 155-A:5-a. All accessibility certifiers and inspectors shall complete 2 hours of continuing education related to accessibility codes every 3 years and be able to produce proof of continuing education upon request.
II. Whoever falsely claims to be certified under this section through advertising, signage, or other written or oral representation shall be guilty of a violation if a natural person, or guilty of a class B misdemeanor if any other person.
Source. 2009, 285:2, eff. Jan. 1, 2010.