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Occupational Health and Safety Regulation 2001
Repealed version for 7 June 2011 to 31 December 2011 (accessed 21 August 2019 at 04:47)
118   Renewal of registration
(1)  In this clause:
person who has control, in relation to plant that is an amusement device, includes the owner or a lessee of the amusement device.
(2)  A person who has control of plant that is registered by WorkCover or the Department Head (Mining), as the case requires, under this Subdivision must provide WorkCover, at the intervals specified in guidelines issued by WorkCover or the Department Head (Mining) from time to time in relation to such plant, with such information concerning compliance with requirements relating to maintenance of the plant as WorkCover or the Department Head (Mining) may specify.
Maximum penalty: Level 1.
(3)  A notification under this clause must comply with the guidelines referred to in subclause (2) and must be accompanied by:
(a)  a statement, by the person who has control of the plant, that the plant has been maintained and is safe to operate, and
(b)  a fee in such amount as WorkCover or the Department Head (Mining), as the case requires, may determine as the appropriate amount to cover the administrative costs of WorkCover or the Department Head (Mining) in connection with the renewal of the registration of items of plant.
(4)  A notification under this clause in respect of an amusement device must also be accompanied by:
(a)  a certificate of a qualified engineer as referred to in clause 114 (b) (certificate to be lodged with an application to register an amusement device), and
(b)  if the amusement device includes any electrical installation, a certificate of a qualified electrical engineer, issued within 3 months before the date of the notification, certifying that the engineer has inspected the electrical installation and that, in the engineer’s opinion, the electrical installation complies with such of the provisions of AS 3533.1—1997 Amusement Rides and Devices Part 1: Design and Construction as are applicable to it.
(5)  On receipt of a notification under this clause, WorkCover or the Department Head (Mining), as the case requires, must:
(a)  issue evidence that the plant is currently registered, or
(b)  seek additional information concerning the plant.
(6)  If a notification under this clause is not received by WorkCover or the Department Head (Mining), as the case requires, by the date on which it is due, or if the information in the notification is not satisfactory to WorkCover or the Department Head (Mining), WorkCover or the Department Head (Mining) may discontinue the registration of an item of plant.
Note.
 See clause 351 as to the review by the Administrative Decisions Tribunal of a decision by WorkCover or the Department Head (Mining) to discontinue the registration of an item of plant under this clause.
(7)  WorkCover or the Department Head (Mining), as the case requires, may accept a late notification under this clause.