Become Acceptance Test Employer

Considerations and requirements

  • If the employer applicant or any of the owners, officers, or partners of the employer had a contractor license or business license suspended or revoked any time in the last five years, they are not eligible to become a NLCAA Employer.
  • If the Employer applicant or any of the its owners, officers or partners ever been found liable in a civil suit or found guilty in a criminal action for fraud, theft, or any other acts of dishonesty, they are not eligible to become a NLCAA Employer.
  • The Employer applicant must have applicable business license(s) or business tax certificate(s) number for all offices that are registering to employ acceptance test technicians.
  • NLCAA Employers must have a compressive general liability insurance policy with a policy limit of at least $1,000,000.
  • NLCAA Employers must have workers compensation insurance. (Must provide a copy with application).

Have ready the follow documents

  • Copy of your electrical contractor license.
  • Copy of insurance policy.
  • Download the NLCAA Acceptance Test Employer Agreement from the resources page.
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