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DLLR's Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing

 

Exams - Maryland Board of Stationary Engineers

 

Examinations
PSI Examination Services or 1-800-733-9267. PSI provides examination services for the Board. Examinations are administered on a weekly basis at PSI test locations in Baltimore, College Park, Hagerstown, Lanham and Salisbury. The cost of any category of examination is $65.

PSI Examination Services
3210 E Tropicana
Las Vegas, NV 89121

 
Applicants must meet certain qualifications to take each level of examinations as indicated below:
Examination Category Qualification
Grade 1
1. 5 years of documented experience as an active Grade 2 Stationary engineer under the direction and control of a Grade 1 stationary engineer, toward which an applicant  may receive:
 
  • 1 year of credit for 6 credit hours of class or
    Continuing education units in boiler safety or
    Operations; and
  • 1 year of credit for holding a current active license
    as:
  • Master Plumber;
  • Master Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Contractor; or
  • Master Restricted Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning Contractor;
2. A 4-year degree in mechanical engineering from an Accredited university or college;
 
3. licensure as a Professional Engineer including:
  • 1 year of documented experience as a Professional Engineer; and
  • 1 year of documented experience as a Grade 2
    Stationary Engineer under the direction and control of A Grade 1 Stationary Engineer; or
4. A valid marine engineer's certificate or a Chief Petty Officer's certificate from the United States Navy with documentation of steam boiler engineer training.
Grade 2
Applicants for the Grade 2 Stationary Engineer's Examination Shall possess at least ONE of the following qualifications:
 
1. 36 months of documented experience as an active Grade 3 Engineer under the direction and control of a licensed Grade 2 or Grade 1 Stationary Engineer, that may include:
 
  • 1 year of credit for 6 credit hours of classes or Continuing education units in boiler safety or Operations; and
  • 1 year of credit for holding a current active license as a: 
  • Master Plumber;
  • Master Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Contractor; or
  • Master Restricted Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning Contractor;
2. A 4-year degree in Mechanical Engineering from an accredited university or college;
 
3. licensure as a Professional Engineer and 6 months of documented experience as a Grade 3, Grade 4, or Grade 5 Stationary Engineer, or
 
4. A valid marine engineer's certificate or Chief Petty Officer's certificate from the United States Navy.
Grade 3
Applicants for the Grade 3 Stationary Engineer's examination Shall possess at least ONE of the following qualifications:
 
1. 2 years of documented experience as an active Grade 4 or Grade 5 Stationary Engineer;
 
2. 1 year of documented experience as an active Grade 4 or Grade 5 Engineer and 6 credit hours or continuing Education units of classes in boiler operations or safety; or
 
3. A valid marine engineer's certificate or Chief Petty Officer's certificate from the United States Navy.
Grade 4
Applicants for the Grade 4 Stationary Engineer's examination Shall possess at least ONE of the following qualifications:
 
1. 6 months of documented experience as an active Grade 5 Stationary Engineer; or
 
2. 3 credit hours or continuing education units of classes in boiler operations or safety.
Grade 5 Applicants for the Grade 5 Stationary Engineer's examination qualifies under this section if the applicant possesses a high school diploma or graduate equivalence diploma.