(225 ILCS 317/60)
    Sec. 60. Grounds for disciplinary action. The following constitute grounds for disciplinary action by the State Fire Marshal:
    (1) Violation of any provision of this Act or of any rule adopted pursuant thereto.
    (2) Violation of the applicable building codes or laws of this State or any municipality or county thereof.
    (3) Diversion of funds or property received for prosecution or completion of a specified construction project or operation when, as a result of the diversion, the contractor is, or will be, unable to fulfill the terms of her or his obligation or contract.
    (4) Disciplinary action by any municipality or county, which action shall be reviewed by the State Fire Marshal before taking any disciplinary action.
    (5) Failure to supervise the installation of the fire protection system covered by the installation permit signed by the contractor.
    (6) Rendering a fire protection system, standpipe system, or underground water supply main connecting to the system inoperative except when the fire protection system, standpipe system, or underground water supply main is being inspected, serviced, tested, or repaired or pursuant to court order.
    (7) Improperly servicing, repairing, testing, or inspecting a fire protection system, standpipe system, or underground water supply main connecting to the system.
    (8) Failing to provide proof of insurance to the State Fire Marshal or failing to maintain in force the insurance coverage required by this Act.
    (9) Failing to obtain, retain, or maintain one or more of the qualifications for a designated certified person as specified in this Act.
    (10) Making a material misstatement or misrepresentation or committing a fraud in obtaining or attempting to obtain a license.
    (11) Failing to notify the State Fire Marshal, in writing, within 30 days after a change of residence address, principal business address, or name.
    (12) Failure to supply within a reasonable time, upon request from the State Fire Marshal or its authorized representative, true information regarding material used, work performed, or other information essential to the administration of this Act.
    (13) Aiding or abetting a person to violate a provision of this Act, conspiring with any person to violate a provision of this Act, or allowing a license to be used by another person.
(Source: P.A. 92-871, eff. 1-3-03.)