- The initial cost for this certification is $116.00.
- Candidates must score a minimum of 77% to pass.
- Candidates can re-take the exam if they fail for an additional $116.00 fee.
- Medical Gas Installer Certifications are valid for three (3) years from issuance, as long as the following individual requirement is maintained: Installers shall maintain continuity of brazing per ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section IX performance qualifications (QB322).
- Recertification can be accomplished by (1) completing a minimum 4-hour training course to subsequent editions of NFPA 99, and (2) successfully passing a proctored multiple-choice open book examination. Both the course and the examination are required according to ASSE 6000, sections 10-3.3.1 and 10-3.3.2. The recertification examination contains forty questions based on the most current edition of NFPA 99. Candidates must answer a minimum of thirty-two (32) of the questions (80%) correctly on the examination to achieve a passing grade. Two (2) hours are allowed for the examination.
A Medical Gas Installer certification candidate is a qualified individual who can demonstrate competence within their scope and will be proficient in and experienced in the installation of medical gas and vacuum systems covered by the ASSE Series 6000 Standard. Installers include anyone who works on or installs piping or components, including brazers. A qualified Medical Gas Installer may perform these tasks alone, or through the supervision of other individuals.
In addition to knowledge of product installation, a Medical Gas Installer is required to have a general knowledge of the applicable laws, codes, rules, listing agencies, and regulations from the federal, state, and local levels pertaining to medical gas and vacuum systems as well as knowledge of product performance, system and system component testing, documenting and recording, and medical gas terminology.
Medical gas systems and equipment covered in the ASSE Series 6000 Standard include health care facilities within the scope of NFPA 99, Health Care Facilities Code. Medical gas piping systems include vacuum piping.
- Candidates must have a minimum of four (4) years of documented practical experience in the field of installation of plumbing or mechanical systems.
- Candidate shall have completed a minimum 32-hour training course conducted by a Medical Gas Systems Instructor certified to ASSE Standard 6050
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