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Boilers And Pressure Vessels

The Division adopts and enforces nationally recognized safety codes to protect Vermonters from the risk of fire, explosion and carbon monoxide poisoning.   Boiler inspections are required to be conducted by Commissioned Boiler Inspectors who hold a valid Vermont Commission as well as the National Boiler Commission.  Most Commissioned Boiler Inspectors are employed by insurance companies, however, there are private Commissioned Boiler Inspectors that may conduct inspections. Please contact your insurance company first if you are seeking an inspection on your boiler.   

Statutes, Rules and Adopted Codes

The requirements for boiler and pressure vessel inspections have been integrated into the Vermont Fire and Building Safety Code.

Boiler and Pressure Vessel Commission Application

List of all Commissioned Boiler and PV Inspectors

Related Information

National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors regarding authorized inspection agencies for inspection of boiler pressure vessels. 

Vermont Energy Goals

In the 2020 Legislative session, (S.220) was signed into law requiring many trade professionals to complete a Vermont Energy Goals Education Module.  The educational module and completion certificate may be accessed by clicking on the link below .

If you are applying for a new license or certification or renewing an existing license or certification, after July 1, 2021, you are required to complete the educational module. Please make sure you provide a copy of the completion certificate with your application.

Vermont Energy Goals - Educational Module Memo pdf 

Vermont Energy Goals - Education Module PowerPoint  and Completion Certificate


Division of Fire Safety; Licensing
45 State Drive
Waterbury, VT 05671
802-479-7564 (phone)