(1) The board may enter into a written reciprocal agreement for journeyman licensure with the licensing authority of another state or jurisdiction if the other state or jurisdiction's qualifications for journeyman licensure include the following:
(a) five years of documented experience in the field of plumbing; and
(b) a written examination based on the Uniform Plumbing Code with a minimum passing score of 70 percent.
(2) If the other state or jurisdiction does not require a practical examination with a minimum passing score of 70 percent, the applicant for journeyman licensure by reciprocity shall be required to pass the Montana practical examination with a score of 70 percent or greater.
(3) The board shall review the journeyman licensure qualifications of the reciprocal states or jurisdictions annually to verify ongoing equivalency.
(4) A current copy of the reciprocal state or jurisdiction's journeyman licensure requirements must be kept on file at the board office.