Renew or Reinstate a License - Elevator Safety Review
Since the Board processes its renewal applications manually, applicants will be contacted by the Board 60 days from the date of their renewal period. If an applicant has any questions or concerns, he or she should contact the Board directly for more information.
Reinstatement of an Expired License
In accordance with §12-833.1, the Board will reinstate an expired license if a person applies to the Board for reinstatement within two years after the license expires, meets the renewal requirements of §12-833 and pays a reinstatement fee of $25 in addition to the renewal fee.
If a person has failed to renew a license under §12-833 for any reason, and applies to the Board for reinstatement more than two years after the license has expired, the Board may require the person to reapply for a license in the same manner as an applicant applies for an original license. Prior to reinstatement of a license, it is the responsibility of the licensee to complete all continuing professional competency (CPC) requirements that would have been required if the credential holder was in an active status.
A licensee who wishes to reinstate a license after failing to complete CPC requirements must fulfill past due CPC requirements for the previous CPC reporting periods up to 16 CPC units (Eight CPC units for up to two licensing periods) and pay all past due fees, unless the Board finds extenuating circumstances that establish good cause for a temporary waiver of the licensee's failure to complete the CPC requirements.