Monday, September 12, 2011

RE: An American (Pain In The) Tail

Not overly familiar with your systems. But if the industry excemptions
applied for most of the work, and the boy is the only one with the seal:
then may have been better to stay and be more diplomaticly obstructive on a
project by project basis. When the client requests the seal, investigate
why, along with the specific requirements of that state. Then advising
employer that not only need a license for that state, but this recent thing
introduced requiring a certificate of authority: must be recent if they
don't have, taking the benefit of the doubt and not wishing to accuse them
of something.

Also when the seal is applied doesn't a reason need to be indicated along
side, or is there one and only one reason under the legislation that a seal
is applied or can be applied?

Conrad Harrison
B.Tech (mfg & mech), MIIE, gradTIEAust
South Australia

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