PSI Alaska Unlimited Commercial Wiring Certification Package
The holder of an electrical administrator license in the unlimited commercial wiring category may supervise all inside wiring work, in accordance with AS 08.40.195, including the work defined under the inside communications category in 12 AAC 32.195(b); the work defined under the residential wiring category in 12 AAC 32.235(b); and the work defined under the controls and control wiring category in 12 AAC 32.275(b). Inside wiring includes the installation, construction, operation, maintenance, and repair of all electrical work subject to the National Electrical Code within buildings and within property lines of any given property, and beginning at the secondary side of the transformer or street lighting and traffic signalization on public thoroughfares, roadways, or rights-of way; and work starting immediately after the first point of attachment of aerial or underground conductors to buildings or structures if aerial or underground wires or cables are used to provide power for buildings or structures within the property lines of any given property. Unlimited commercial wiring does not include linework consisting of poles and towers, including the wires, cables, and other apparatus supported by them; and outdoor substations or other work defined under the unlimited linework category.
The exam is 100 questions in 240 minutes, with a minimum required score to pass of a 70%.
The reference material listed below was used to prepare the questions for this examination. The examination may also contain questions based on trade knowledge or general industry practices. Except for Code books, you can base your answers on later editions of references as they become available. For Code questions, the examinations will be based only on the edition of the Code book that is listed.
Candidates may use a silent, nonprinting, non-programmable calculator in the examination center.
The following reference material is allowed in the examination center
Alaska Centralized Regulations,
Alaska Centralized Statutes,
Alaska Construction Contractor Statutes and Regulations,
Alaska Electrical Administrator Statutes and Regulations,
National Electrical Code, 2014
NFPA 72 – National Fire Alarm Code, 2013
Code of Federal Regulations - 29 CFR Part 1926 (OSHA), with latest available amendments
Candidates are responsible for bringing their own references to the examination center. Reference materials may be highlighted, underlined, annotated and/or indexed prior to the examination session. However, references may not be written in during the examination session. Any candidate caught writing, highlighting, underlining and/or indexing in the references during the examination will be reported to the Department. Furthermore, candidates are not permitted to bring in any additional papers (loose or attached) with their approved references. References may be tabbed/indexed with permanent tabs only. (Permanent tabs are defined as tabs that would tear the page if removed). Temporary tabs, (defined as Post-It notes, or other tabs that may be removed without tearing the page) are not allowed and must be removed from the reference before the exam will begin. If you are downloading from the Internet, you may bring this reference into the testing center with you as long as it is bound. You can have it spiral bound or you may hole-punch it and put it in a binder.|title=Reference Materials|nfpa-70-national-electrical-code-nec-2014-edition|alaska-centralized-regulations-alaska-department-of-commerce-community-and-economic-development|alaska-centralized-statutes-alaska-department-of-commerce-community-and-economic-development|statutes-and-regulations-construction-contractors|alaska-electrical-administrator-statutes-and-regulations|nfpa-72-national-fire-alarm-code-2013|osha-construction-standards-regulations-29-cfr-1926|title=Application Service|application-service|