R. 5J-20.002 Standards of National Fire Protection Association Adopted
R. 5J-20.004 Liquefied Petroleum Gas Forms
R. 5J-20.005 Lack of Trustworthiness
R. 5J-20.011 Effect of Revocation or Suspension Upon Reapplication for Licensure
R. 5J-20.022 Marking of Containers; Posting of Owner Contact Information at Dealer Locations
R. 5J-20.025 Color Scheme for Piping Identification
R. 5J-20.026 Unsafe Container or System
R. 5J-20.027 Approval of Liquefied Petroleum Gas Containers
R. 5J-20.028 Installation of Containers on Roofs of Buildings
R. 5J-20.033 Truck Safety; Regulations
R. 5J-20.034 Transportation of Liquefied Petroleum Gas by Pipeline
R. 5J-20.041 Underground Installations
R. 5J-20.043 Out of Service Account Procedure
R. 5J-20.044 Out-of-gas, Leak Call, and Interrupted Service Procedure
R. 5J-20.045 Dispensing Units
R. 5J-20.046 Introducing Gas into Containers for Transportation
R. 5J-20.047 Connecting or Disconnecting Containers of Systems; Notice to Owner; Transportation
R. 5J-20.048 Storage of Cylinders Awaiting Use, Resale, or Exchange
R. 5J-20.049 Use of Liquefied Petroleum Gas Limited
R. 5J-20.060 Documentation of Training, General
R. 5J-20.061 Qualifier and Master Qualifier Examinations; Applicant Qualifications and Testing Requirements
R. 5J-20.062 Approved Courses of Continuing Education
R. 5J-20.063 Approval of Outside Vendor Training Programs
R. 5J-20.064 Renewal of Qualifier and Master Qualifier Certificates
R. 5J-20.065 Re-examination Procedures
R. 5J-20.066 Reporting of Qualifier and Master Qualifier Vacancies
R. 5J-20.070 Definitions
R. 5J-20.071 Rate of Assessments; Effective Date
R. 5J-20.072 Payment of Assessments
R. 5J-20.074 Audits
R. 5J-20.078 Inspection Identification Stickers
R. 5J-20.080 Enforcement Actions and Administrative Penalties
R. 5J-20.082 Resolution of Violations, Settlement, and Additional Enforcement Remedies

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