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Residential Roof Covering Construction Supervisor (2015-10-02)

A Residential Roof Covering Construction Supervisor is responsible for directly supervising persons (including self) who are engaged in the installation, alteration, repair or removal of residential roof coverings or roofs of buildings of any use group that contain less than 35,000 cubic feet of enclosed space and/or buildings or structures for agricultural use. A Residential Roof Covering Construction Supervisor is not authorized to work on or supervise work relating to the structural elements of a residential roof, including sheathing. Tests a candidate’s knowledge of the installation, repair and replacement of low and steep slope roof coverings, including the fabrication and installation of sheet metal, incidental to roof coverings, and installation of shingles, shakes, roll roofing materials, tile, slate and other prefabricated shingle products.

35 questions
2-hour time limit

These products apply to test outline dated 2015-10-02

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