Delaware License Renewal
Posted Wednesday, April 16, 2014
License Renewal Instructions
By now you should have received a
letter from the State of Delaware, Division of Professional Regulation about
renewing your Delaware Master Special Elevator license. You need to follow the directions in the
letter. The only way to renew your
license is by registering online. It is
very important that you renew your license and do not allow it to expire. There is a possibility that in the future new
license applicants will be required to take a separate examination. If you have a current license you will not be
required to take an exam.
To renew your license you will
have to answer some questions on the online renewal form.
Question 5 refers to continuing
education. The amount of continuing
education required depends on when you received your license. Most Local 5 members will need 10 hours of
continuing education credit. If you
attended any of the classes offered at the union hall you will receive your
certificates with the hours and state approval number listed on the
certificate. If you still need to
complete your continuing education register for NEIEP online continuing education.
The following classes are approved by the Division of Professional
Regulation; TS131 Fall Protection, CE 017.2 Hydraulic Elevator Testing,
TS133 Confined Space. There will also be some more approved classes
offered at the hall in May.
Question 6 refers to liability
insurance, answer yes to this question.
You are covered on your employer’s liability policy.
You will be required to pay for
If you have not yet applied for a
license we strongly suggest that you stop by the union hall and fill out an
If you have any questions please call Joe Williams.
Welcome to IUEC Local 5
Thank you for visiting the International Union of Elevator Constructors Local 5 website. Local 5 was
chartered in 1900 and has been serving the Elevator Construction needs of Southeast Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey including
Atlantic City and Trenton, as well as parts of Delaware including Wilmington.
We are over 1,000 members strong and growing. We are always looking for the best and brightest that our area has to offer. If you're an experienced journeymen, visit the Training page to learn more About Us and How to Join. If you're interested in our Apprenticeship Program you can learn more about it through our website.
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