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Boiler Inspection Reports and Insurance Change Notices

Pursuant to Texas Boiler Law §755.027(a), which gives the TDLR Executive Director the authority to stipulate the manner in which reports are filed with the Department, all Authorized Inspection Agencies (AIA) shall submit all Boiler Inspection Reports and Insurance Change Notices via Jurisdiction Online (JO). Any Inspection Reports or Insurance Change Notices submitted via email… Read More about Boiler Inspection Reports and Insurance Change Notices

TDLR Implements New Inspection Form

TDLR Field Inspections Implements New Inspection Form To better serve you and increase our efficiency, TDLR’s Field Inspections division is implementing a new system that our inspectors will use to track their inspections electronically instead of using paper forms. This new method, which we’re calling “eInspections,” will allow us to better serve you, increase our… Read More about TDLR Implements New Inspection Form

Beware Of People Posing as TDLR Inspectors

Inspectors for the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation will never request or accept money under any circumstances while calling, visiting or conducting an inspection. Real TDLR inspectors will: Real TDLR inspectors cannot and will not: If someone posing as a TDLR employee approaches or calls you, please contact TDLR and law enforcement immediately. Impersonating a public servant is… Read More about Beware Of People Posing as TDLR Inspectors

COVID-19: Boiler Inspection Requirements Temporarily Suspended

To help combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus, TDLR requested and received authority from Governor Greg Abbott to suspend certain regulatory requirements statewide, to the extent necessary to extend inspection time requirements for boilers. TDLR investigators will respond in case of an accident or emergency. Please check the TDLR COVID-19 webpage for the most up-to-date… Read More about COVID-19: Boiler Inspection Requirements Temporarily Suspended

Tow Inspections Discontinued

Effective immediately, the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) is discontinuing periodic inspections of tow companies. Local jurisdictions have ordinances overseeing tow company and tow truck operations, and the Texas Department of Transportation and Texas Department of Motor Vehicles also inspect tow trucks, depending on their size. Discontinuing these periodic, routine inspections will reduce… Read More about Tow Inspections Discontinued

Inspection Information for Owners and Practitioners-in-Charge of Orthotic and Prosthetic Facilities

Rules reviewed by the Orthotists and Prosthetists Advisory Board and approved by the Texas Commission of Licensing and Regulation require that Orthotic and Prosthetic facilities be inspected once every two years. Inspectors from TDLR’s Field Operations Division will perform unscheduled inspections during your regular business hours beginning in March 2017. Inspectors will check that your… Read More about Inspection Information for Owners and Practitioners-in-Charge of Orthotic and Prosthetic Facilities