Routine maintenance means the normal and usual type of repair or replacement necessary as the result of periodic maintenance inspections or normal wear and tear of a local correctional facility or equipment.
Routine maintenance means the repair or replacement of existing electrical apparatus or equipment of the same size and type for which no changes in wiring are made. The performance of routine maintenance in itself does not require a person to obtain or hold a license as an electrician or electrical contractor. These rules are intended to implement 2007 Iowa Acts, chapter 197. [Filed emergency 12/17/07—published 1/16/08, effective 1/1/08] Ch 500, p.2 Public Safety IAC 7/2/08 IAC 7/2/08 Public Safety Ch 501, p.1 CHAPTER 501 ELECTRICIAN AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR LICENSING PROGRAM— ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES 661—501.1(82GA,ch197) Board meetings and agenda. 501.1(1) Board meetings may be called in any of the following ways: a. Set by the board at a previous board meeting. b. Called by the chairperson or, in the absence of the chairperson, by the vice chairperson. c. Called by the executive secretary. d. Called by any four members of the board. 501.1(2) The executive secretary shall ensure that any applicable provision of Iowa law regarding notice of meetings is met for any meeting of the board. 661—501.2 to 501.4 Reserved. 661—501.5(17A) Waivers. This rule applies to waivers of any administrative rule adopted by the electrical examining board. Rule 661—10.222(17A) is hereby adopted by reference, with the following amendments: 501.5(1) Strike the word “department” wherever it occurs as a reference to the department of public safety and replace it with the word “board.” 501.5(2) Strike any reference to the address of the department of public safety or any unit thereof and replace it with “State Public Safety Headquarters Building, 215 East 7th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 50319.” 501.5(3) Petitions for waivers shall be submitted to the board as provided in 661—subrule 500.1(3). These rules are intended to implement 2007 Iowa Acts, chapter 197. [Filed emergency 12/17/07—published 1/16/08, effective 1/1/08] Ch 501, p.2 Public Safety IAC 7/2/08
Routine maintenance means the maintenance, repair, or replacement of existing fixtures or parts of plumbing, HVAC, refrigeration, or hydronic systems in which no changes in original design are made. Fixtures or parts do not include smoke and fire dampers or water, gas or steam piping permanent repairs except for traps or strainers. Routine maintenance shall include emergency repairs. “Routine maintenance” does not include the replacement of furnaces, boilers, cooling appliances, or water heaters more than 100 gallons in size.
Routine maintenance and repairs are charged to expense as incurred.
Routine maintenance that is performed to maintain the original line and grade, hydraulic capacity, or original construction of the project.
Routine maintenance requirements for switchboards and all installed components.
Routine maintenance (including replacement with a new tower of like construction and height) shall be permitted on such preexisting towers.
Routine maintenance requirements for enclosed controllers and installed components.
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Routine maintenance means the repair or replacement of existing fire protection system components of the same size and type, for which no changes in configuration are made. “Routine mailto:email@example.com https://www.legis.iowa.gov/docs/aco/arc/9032B.pdf https://www.legis.iowa.gov/docs/iac/rule/661.276.1.pdf https://www.legis.iowa.gov/docs/iac/rule/661.276.6.pdf https://www.legis.iowa.gov/docs/ico/section/100C.1.pdf https://www.legis.iowa.gov/docs/ico/chapter/100C.pdf https://www.legis.iowa.gov/docs/ico/chapter/100C.pdf https://www.legis.iowa.gov/docs/iac/chapter/661.275.pdf IAC 10/6/10 Public Safety Ch 276, p.3 maintenance” does not mean any new installation or any expansion or extension of any existing fire protection system, nor does it mean inspection and testing.
Routine maintenance means actions performed on a regular or controllable basis or in response to uncontrollable events upon a highway, road, street, or bridge. Routine maintenance includes, but is not limited to, 1 or more of the following:
Routine maintenance means maintenance, repairs, renewals and replacements of the Lease Property existing at the Execution Date by the Lessee but excluding the Quay Wall and navigational aids on the Premises. For the avoidance of doubt, Maintenance does not include maintenance, repairs, renewals and replacements by the Lessor, Improvements carried out by the Lessee pursuant to the Development Plan or other improvements or alterations made in accordance with the provisions of Section 4.3(a) of this Agreement;
Routine maintenance means maintenance activities that are scheduled in advance and occur on a regular basis, such as weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually, which are normally included as an annually recurring cost in maintenance and repair budgets for transportation facilities (and associated equipment) of similar natures and in similar environmental conditions as the Project.