Stationary Engineers Board

Details about the Stationary Engineers Board

Overview

The Board of Stationary Engineers shall give examinations to all applicants for Stationary Engineer’s licenses, issue Boiler Operator Certificates of Competency or Stationary Engineer’s licenses, suspend or revoke such certificate or license for failure to maintain the standards imposed by this section of the code, and may order the re-inspection of any boiler, steam generator or pressure vessel whenever deemed necessary for public safety.

The Board of Stationary Engineers consists of three members, two of whom shall be appointed by the Mayor.

Board Members

Showing 3 active board members (maximum 3)
Name Role End Date
Gary Wilson Member 08/09/2045
Douglas (Doug) Miller Member 06/28/2045
Victor (Vic) Paglisotti Chairperson 06/28/2045

Authorizing Legislation

Ordinance 68639; repealed and amended Ordinance 65021 and Ordinance 65296.

Board Duties and Purpose

The Board of Stationary Engineers shall give examinations to all applicants for Stationary Engineer’s licenses, issue Boiler Operator Certificates of Competency or Stationary Engineer’s licenses to those who pass their respective tests, suspend or revoke such certificate or license for failure to maintain the standards imposed by this section of the code, and may order the reinspection of any boiler, steam generator or pressure vessel whenever deemed necessary for public safety.

Member Requirements

The Board of Stationary Engineers shall be composed of three members:

One member who shall be the code official or duly authorized representative and

Two other members who shall be appointed by the Mayor.

The two members appointed by the Mayor shall be engineers licensed by the City of Saint Louis under the provisions of this section as Class I licensed Stationary Engineers, with a minimum of 5 years experience in the operation and maintenance of steam engines, steam boilers or steam turbines.

The members of the existing Board of Stationary Engineers shall be replaced only upon the appointment of new members by the Mayor, at which time (and thereafter) there shall not be two members of the Board of Stationary Engineers who work for or are representatives of the same company, entity or international union organization or an affiliate thereof.

The Board of Stationary Engineers shall elect its own chairman.

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