Pool Contractor’s Ability to Work on Pool Electrical Wiring in FL

On March 29, 2017, the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board (“CILB”), issued a Final Order, Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Construction Industry Licensing Board v. Michael E. Seamon, disciplining a Certified Pool/Spa Contractor (“CPC”) for replacing existing pool light fixtures. The Final Order adopted and was based upon an Order of the Division of Administrative Hearings in Case No. 16-2845, recommending disciplinary action against the license of a Certified Pool Contractor (“CPC”) after an employee of the CPC was electrocuted while replacing existing pool light fixtures at a residential home in Bay County, Florida. The Final Order marked the first time disciplinary action was taken against a CPC for replacing existing pool light fixtures. Prior to the ruling, it was common practice for a CPC to perform this type of electrical work on pools.     Read the article……………..


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