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Work Health and Safety Regulation 2017
Current version for 15 November 2019 to date (accessed 23 February 2020 at 23:04)
319   Issue of card
(1)  A person who has successfully completed general construction induction training in this jurisdiction may apply to the regulator for a general construction induction training card.
(2)  The application must be made in the manner and form required by the regulator.
(3)  The application must include the following information—
(a)  the applicant’s name and any other evidence of the applicant’s identity required by the regulator,
(b)  either—
(i)  a general construction induction training certification issued to the applicant, or
(ii)  a written declaration by the person who provided the general construction induction training on behalf of the relevant RTO that the applicant has successfully completed general construction induction training.
(4)  The application must be accompanied by the relevant fee.
(5)  The application must be made—
(a)  within 60 days after the issue of the general construction induction training certification, or
(b)  if the application is accompanied by a declaration referred to in subclause (3)(b)(ii), at any time after completion of the general construction induction training.
(6)  The regulator must issue a general construction induction training card to the applicant if—
(a)  the application has been made in accordance with this clause, and
(b)  the regulator is satisfied that the applicant has successfully completed general construction induction training.
(7)  The regulator must make a decision on the application as soon as practicable.
(8)  If the regulator has not decided on the application within 60 days, the applicant is taken to hold a general construction induction training card until a decision is made.