PSI Michigan Class C Elevator Journeyperson Examination Certification Package
the exam consists of 25 questions and you get 30 minutes to complete the test. the minimum passing score is a 70%.
A Class C Elevator license is device specific, examinees will only be tested on the device types they have been approved for. The examination for the Elevator Class C Journeyperson license consists of modules by device type. There are 5 different modules an applicant could qualify for. Each module will contain questions specific to that device type. Questions shall include, but not be limited to, questions designed to test an individual's knowledge of the elevator safety board act, the elevator licensing act, the Michigan elevator rules, the safety standards in effect at the time of the examination: ASME A17.1 Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators; ASME A18.1 Safety Standard for Platform Lifts and Stairway Chairlifts; and the current NFPA 70: National Electrical Code.
The Class C Journeyperson examination consists of 5 device specific modules:
- Stairway Chairlifts (SC)
- Platform Lifts (PL)
- Limited Use Limited Application Elevators (LULA)
- Private Residence Elevators (RES)
- Dumbwaiters (DW)
The examination is OPEN BOOK. The following reference material is allowed in the examination site:
ASME A17.1 Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators –Applicable for LULA, RES, DW modules
ASME A18.1 Safety Standard for Platform Lifts and Stairway Chairlifts - Applicable for SC, VPL, IPL modules
Elevator Safety Board Act 227 of 1967 – Applicable for all modules/device types
Elevator Licensing Act 333 of 1976 – Applicable for all modules/device types
Michigan Elevator Laws and Rules – Applicable for all modules/device types
NFPA 70: National Electrical Code
All reference materials must be bound. The materials printed from the BCC website must be bound by 3 staples on the left edge in separate documents.
Candidates are responsible for bringing their own references to the examination center. Any candidate caught writing, highlighting, underlining and/or indexing in the references during the examination will be reported to the BCC. Furthermore, candidates are not permitted to bring in any additional papers (loose or attached) with their approved references.|title=Reference Materials|elevator-safety-board-act-227-of-1967|elevator-licensing-act-333-of-1976|michigan-elevator-laws-and-rules|asme-a17-3-2011-safety-code-for-existing-elevators-and-escalators|asme-a18-1-2014-safety-standard-for-platform-lifts-and-stairway-chairlifts|nfpa-70-national-electrical-code-nec-2014-edition|title=Application Assistance|application-service|