License Minnesota

Electrical Contractor Class B

Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DLI)

Agency contact information:

Labor and Industry (DLI), Minnesota Department of
443 Lafayette Road N.
St. Paul, MN 55155
(651) 284-5005 | (800) 342-5354
Construction Codes and Licensing Division (CCLD)
Licensing and Certification Services
(651) 284-5034
Contact Info: Licensing and Certification Services

Website:

Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry

Contractor (business) electrical licensing

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The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) oversees the state's apprenticeship, construction codes and licensing, occupational safety and health, wage and hour standards and workers' compensation programs and the Office of Combative Sports.

Statutes:

Minn. Stats. 326.242

Rules:

MINNESOTA RULES 3800.3530, 3800.3540

Forms:

Application for Electrical Contractor's License, EB-00033-20

Electrical Contractor's Bond, EB-00034-07

Certificate of Insurance, EB-00126-08

Minnesota State Identification Information Form, EB-00129-07

Certificate of Master Electrician, EB-00036-07

Application and renewal forms are available on the MN Dept. of Labor and Industry (DLI) website, Construction Codes and Licensing Division (CCLD) section at Contractor (business) electrical licensing and Surety bond forms.

Requirements:

An applicant for a Class B Electrical Contractor's license must either be licensed as a Class B Master Electrician or employ a person licensed as a Class B Master Electrician.

Additionally, a $5,000 bond must be given and maintained to the state as well as general liability insurance with minimal limits of $100,000 per occurrence, $300,000 aggregate limit for bodily injury, and property damage insurance with a minimal limit of $25,000 or a policy with a single limit for bodily injury and property damage of $300,000 per occurrence and $300,000 aggregate.

Evidence of compliance with general business and employment law must also be provided.

See also:

Register for electrical examinations online

Employer registration requirements

Electrical bonds


Fee:

New license, certification and registration fees effective July 1, 2015

Period of Issuance:

Two years, expiring on the last day of February of even-numbered years.

Length of Determination Process:

Variable, dependent on completed application and whether application is submitted in person or by mail. Applications are accepted over-the-counter and if the application is complete and all conditions of licensure are met, the license may be issued immediately.