(225 ILCS 227/65)
    Sec. 65. Grounds for discipline. Licensees subject to this Act shall conduct their practice in accordance with this Act and the rules promulgated under this Act. A licensee is subject to disciplinary sanctions enumerated in this Act if the State Fire Marshal finds that the licensee is guilty of any of the following:
        (1) Fraud or material deception in obtaining or
renewing a license.
        (2) Engaging in dishonorable, unethical, or
unprofessional conduct of a character likely to deceive, defraud, or harm the public in the course of professional services or activities.
        (3) Conviction of any crime that has a substantial
relationship to his or her practice or an essential element of which is misstatement, fraud, dishonesty, or conviction in this or another state of any crime that is a felony under the laws of Illinois or conviction of a felony in a federal court, unless the licensee demonstrates that he or she has been sufficiently rehabilitated to warrant the public trust.
        (4) Performing any service in a grossly negligent
manner or permitting any lead pyrotechnic operator or assistant to perform a service in a grossly negligent manner, regardless of whether actual damage or damage to the public is established.
        (5) Addiction to or dependency on alcohol or drugs or
use of alcohol or drugs that is likely to endanger the public at a pyrotechnic display.
        (6) Willfully receiving direct or indirect
compensation for any professional service not actually rendered.
        (7) Having disciplinary action taken against his or
her license in another state.
        (8) Making differential treatment against any person
to his or her detriment because of race, color, creed, sex, religion, or national origin.
        (9) Engaging in unprofessional conduct.
        (10) Engaging in false or misleading advertising.
        (11) Contracting or assisting an unlicensed person to
perform services for which a license is required under this Act.
        (12) Permitting the use of his or her license to
enable an unlicensed person or agency to operate as a licensee.
        (13) Performing and charging for a service without
having the authorization to do so from the member of the public being served.
        (14) Failure to comply with any provision of this Act
or the rules promulgated under this Act.
        (15) Conducting business regulated by this Act
without a currently valid license in those circumstances where a license is required.
(Source: P.A. 93-263, eff. 7-22-03; 94-385, eff. 7-29-05.)