1.1.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 927 as follows:
1.2Page 6, line 14, after the period insert "The certification must be renewed annually
1.3for as long as the certificate holder engages in the installation, maintenance or repair of
1.4medical gas and vacuum systems. Failure to renew a medical gas and vacuum system
1.5certificate within 12 months after the expiration date will result in permanent forfeiture of
1.6the medical gas and vacuum certificate."
1.7Page 6, line 15 delete "Temporary"
1.8Page 6, line 19 delete "and may maintain and repair a medical gas system" and
1.9after "if" delete "a" and insert "the"
1.10Page 6, line 20, delete "for the duration of the"
1.11Page 6, line 21, delete everything before the period
1.12Page 6, line 28 delete "for the duration of the exemption period"
1.13Page 6 delete lines 29 and 30
1.14Page 7, after line 6 insert:

1.15    "Sec. .... Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 326B.50, is amended by adding a
1.16subdivision to read:
1.17    Subd.2a. Multifamily housing . "Multifamily housing" means a building arranged,
1.18designed, used or intended to be used for residential occupancy by more than one family,
1.19but not including a motel, hotel or rooming house.

1.20    Sec. .... Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 326B.50, subdivision 3, is amended to read:
1.21    Subd. 3. Water conditioning installation. "Water conditioning installation" means
1.22the installation of appliances, appurtenances, and fixtures designed to treat water so as to
1.23alter, modify, add or remove mineral, chemical or bacterial content, said installation to be
1.24made in a water distribution system serving a single family residential unit or multifamily
1.25housing , which has been initially established by a licensed plumber, and does not involve
1.26a direct connection without an air gap to a soil or waste pipe. "
2.1Page 12, after line 34 insert:

2.2    "Section 1. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 326B.974, is amended to read:
2.4    Subdivision 1. License required. Any custodial engineer employed by a school
2.5whose duties include the operation of a boiler shall be licensed pursuant to section
2.6326B.978 , to operate the particular class of boiler used in the school.
2.7    Subd. 2. School district training. A school district shall provide annually at least
2.8eight hours of training related to boiler operation to a licensee described in subdivision 1.
2.9The training must be administered by a licensed first or chief class engineer during the
2.10licensee's normal working hours. Two hours of the required training shall occur in the
2.11boiler room and must include demonstration of tasks associated with operating boilers.
2.12The tasks associated with operating boilers acceptable for the training must be from the
2.13list of approved tasks supplied by the chief boiler inspector. The administrator of the
2.14training shall receive training credit for time spent administering training pursuant to this
2.16Renumber the sections in sequence and correct the internal references
2.17Amend the title accordingly