PSI Maryland Elevator Mechanic Certification Package
The exam consists of 80 questions in 240 minutes. The minimum score required to pass 70% meaning one must answer 56 questions correctly to pass.
The Examination Content Outline has been approved by the Board. This outline reflects the minimum knowledge required by professionals to perform their duties to the public in a competent and responsible manner. Changes in the examination content will be preceded by changes in the published examination content outline. Use the outline as the basis of your study. The outline lists the topics that are on the examination and the number of items for each topic. Do not schedule your examination until you are familiar with all topics in the outline.
This is an OPEN BOOK examination.
The ONLY materials permitted in the examination room are the following references:
ASME A17.1 – 2007, 2010 or 2013
Dllr’s Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing, Links to Maryland Law and Regulations:
Elevator Industry Field Employees' Safety Handbook, 2010
NFPA 70 National Electrical Code, 2011 or 2014 edition
Code of Federal Regulations - 29 CFR Part 1926 (OSHA)
Reference books may be highlighted, underlined, and/or indexed. They must be otherwise unmarked (not written in) and may not contain additional papers (loose or attached).
You may tab your reference materials using the following Acceptable Tabs: Avery Swift Tabs Self-Adhesive Permanent Plastic Tabs,Redi-Tag Self-Stick Permanent Adhesive Index Tabs.
The following tabs are unacceptable: Post-It Index Flags Post-It Flags
NO MATTER WHAT IS ON THE TAB PACKAGE, IF THE PSI PROCTOR IS ABLE TO REMOVE THE TABS WITHOUT RIPPING THE PAGE, YOU WILL NEED TO REMOVE THE TABS BEFORE YOU TAKE THE EXAM. DO NOT USE THE TABS THAT HAVE PAPER INSERTS. THE PAPER INSERTS WILL BE REMOVED.
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