SECTION 1. Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, the Department of Professional Licensure shall establish a recording and public notification system of non-compliance with any provisions in Chapter 148, or any regulations, requirements, and statues pertaining to cutting, welding, and hot works processes. Said system shall include: an online database, an automated notification system to alert property owners, the general public, and insurance companies. The Department of Fire Services, and any municipal or governmental public safety agency that administers such violations, shall regularly notify the DPL of any violations. Violations shall include but not be limited to: failure to receive a hot works training certification prior to performing hot work, failure to perform hot work in accordance with DFS and municipal regulations, intentionally wrongfully identifying oneself for the purpose of performing hot work, or knowingly allowing the performance of hot work by someone without proper certification.
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