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Contents (2011 - 674)
Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011
Repealed version for 1 July 2017 to 31 August 2017 (accessed 19 November 2017 at 10:26)
116   Application for accreditation
(1)  An application for accreditation must be made in the manner and form required by the regulator.
(2)  The application must include the following information:
(a)  the name and residential address of the applicant,
(b)  any other evidence of the applicant’s identity required by the regulator,
(c)  details of the class of high risk work to which the application relates,
(d)  evidence that the applicant is qualified to conduct the type of competency assessment in relation to the class of high risk work to which the application relates,
(e)  details of any current equivalent accreditation under a corresponding WHS law,
(f)  a declaration as to whether or not the applicant has ever been convicted or found guilty of any offence under the Act or this Regulation or under any corresponding WHS law,
(g)  details of any conviction or finding of guilt declared under paragraph (f),
(h)  a declaration as to whether or not the applicant has ever entered into an enforceable undertaking under the Act or under any corresponding WHS law,
(i)  details of any enforceable undertaking declared under paragraph (h),
(j)  if the applicant has previously been refused an equivalent accreditation under a corresponding WHS law, a declaration giving details of that refusal,
(k)  if the applicant has previously held an equivalent accreditation under a corresponding WHS law, a declaration:
(i)  describing any condition imposed on that accreditation, and
(ii)  stating whether or not that accreditation had been suspended or cancelled and, if so, whether or not the applicant had been disqualified from applying for any accreditation, and
(iii)  giving details of any suspension, cancellation or disqualification.
Note.
 See section 268 of the Act for offences relating to the giving of false or misleading information under the Act or this Regulation.
(3)  The application must be accompanied by the relevant fee.