INTERNATIONAL UNION OF OPERATING ENGINEERS
As of 2-22-2016 Local 95 has been informed that:
The City of Pittsburgh will no longer be mailing out the Stationary Engineer renewal cards as they are now going digital. Please click the link below to go to the City of Pittsburgh WebSite.
The Schedule is based upon the total aggregate of all equipment, not individual units. ie. having 2, 350 BHP would require a class 3 license as the total boiler horse power is 700 BHP, even if only running one unit at a time.
The City of Pittsburgh uses NIULPE, a 3rd party testing agency in order to qualify for a City of Pittsburgh Power Engineer (old Stationary) license.
Once a NIULPE License is obtained, it must then be taken or mailed to the City as proof of completion. The City will then issue the City License based upon the level of NIULPE completed. Having the NIULPE only does not meet City ordinance.
A properly licensed Engineer must have the City of Pittsburgh License.
The building and equipment dictate the MINIMUM license level required which is based upon NIULPE Schedule "C"