Tex. Occ. Code Section 1305.160
Electrical Sign Contractor


(a)

An applicant for a license as an electrical sign contractor must:

(1)

be licensed under this chapter as a master sign electrician or employ a person licensed under this chapter as a master sign electrician;

(2)

establish proof of financial responsibility in the manner prescribed by the executive director; and

(3)

maintain workers’ compensation coverage for the contractor’s employees through an insurance company authorized to engage in the business of insurance in this state or through self-insurance, or elect not to obtain workers’ compensation coverage, as provided by Subchapter A (Definition), Chapter 406 (Workers’ Compensation Insurance Coverage), Labor Code.

(b)

A person who holds a master sign electrician license issued or recognized under this chapter may only be assigned to a single electrical sign contractor, unless the master sign electrician owns more than 50 percent of the electrical sign contracting business.
Added by Acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch. 1062, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 2003.
Amended by:
Acts 2005, 79th Leg., Ch. 1052 (H.B. 1317), Sec. 5, eff. June 18, 2005.

Source: Section 1305.160 — Electrical Sign Contractor, https://statutes.­capitol.­texas.­gov/Docs/OC/htm/OC.­1305.­htm#1305.­160 (accessed Jun. 5, 2024).

1305.001
Short Title
1305.002
Definitions
1305.003
Exemptions
1305.004
Nonapplicability of Law Governing Cancellation of Certain Transactions
1305.051
Electrical Safety and Licensing Advisory Board
1305.052
Terms
1305.053
Presiding Officer
1305.054
Compensation
1305.101
General Powers and Duties
1305.102
Rules
1305.103
Fees
1305.104
Powers and Duties of Advisory Board
1305.105
Personnel
1305.151
License Required
1305.152
Application Requirements
1305.153
Master Electrician
1305.154
Master Sign Electrician
1305.155
Journeyman Electrician
1305.156
Journeyman Sign Electrician
1305.157
Residential Wireman
1305.158
Maintenance Electrician
1305.159
Electrical Contractor
1305.160
Electrical Sign Contractor
1305.161
Apprentice
1305.162
Examinations
1305.163
Examination Results
1305.164
Nonresident License Applicant
1305.165
License Issuance
1305.166
Display of License
1305.167
License Renewal
1305.201
Municipal or Regional Regulation
1305.202
Scope of Municipal or Regional License
1305.251
Grounds for Denial or Disciplinary Action
1305.252
Requested Suspension by Local Government
1305.253
Hearings
1305.254
New Application by Holder of Revoked License
1305.301
Administrative Penalty
1305.302
Cease and Desist Order
1305.303
Criminal Penalty
1305.1575
Career and Technology Education Program for Residential Wireman License
1305.1601
Journeyman Industrial Electrician
1305.1605
Journeyman Lineman
1305.1615
Emergency Electrician License
1305.1617
Residential Appliance Installer
1305.1618
Residential Appliance Installation Contractor
1305.1645
License Eligibility Requirements for Applicants with Military Experience

Accessed:
Jun. 5, 2024

§ 1305.160’s source at texas​.gov