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Part 1—Preliminary

1—Short title

These regulations may be cited as the Libraries Regulations 2013.



2—Commencement

These regulations will come into operation on 1 September 2013.



3—Interpretation

In these regulations, unless the contrary intention appears—



Act means the Libraries Act 1982;

disabled person's parking permit means—

(a) a permit issued under Part 3D of the Motor Vehicles Act 1959; or

(b) a similar permit or authority issued under the law of another State or a Territory of the Commonwealth;

library parking permit—see regulation 5;

library parking permit area means an area designated by an official sign displayed in or near the area as a parking area for persons holding a library parking permit;

official sign means a sign or marking (or a combination of signs and markings) erected or made with the authority of the Board;

park includes stand;

parking area for disabled persons means an area designated by an official sign displayed in or near the area as a parking area for persons holding a disabled person's parking permit;

property of the Board means property under the care or control of the Board;

vehicle means motor vehicle;

wheeled recreational device includes rollerblades, rollerskates, a skateboard or similar wheeled device, but does not include a bicycle.

4—Acting with approval of Board or authorised officer

(1) These regulations do not prevent a person from doing anything with the approval of the Board or an authorised officer or otherwise with lawful authority.

(2) An approval given by the Board or an authorised officer for the purposes of these regulations—

(a) must be in writing or, if given orally, must be confirmed in writing as soon as practicable; and

(b) may relate to a particular person or matter or persons or matters of a class specified by the Board or authorised officer; and

(c) may be subject to conditions (including a condition requiring payment of a fee) specified by the Board or authorised officer; and

(d) may be varied or revoked by the Board or authorised officer at any time.

(3) If the Board or an authorised officer gives approval subject to a condition, the person to whom the approval is given must not contravene or fail to comply with the condition.

Maximum penalty: $1 250.

5—Library parking permits

(1) The Board may determine—

(a) the persons entitled to a library parking permit; and

(b) the parts of the premises of the Board that will be designated as library parking permit areas, being areas for the parking of vehicles by persons entitled to a library parking permit; and

(c) the fee (if any) to be paid for such a permit; and

(d) the conditions to which such permits will be subject (which may include conditions as to the period for which the permits remain in force and conditions as to the display of the permits in vehicles),

and may vary or revoke any such determination.

(2) The Board may issue a library parking permit to any person entitled to such a permit on payment of the fee (if any), and subject to the conditions, determined by the Board.



Part 2—Behaviour on premises of Board

6—Nuisances, annoyances and use of electronic devices in library

(1) A person must not, while in a library, speak using a mobile phone, computer or other electronic device in such a way that is likely to interfere with the comfort of, or disturb or annoy, another person.

Maximum penalty: $250.

Expiation fee: $80.

(2) A person must not, while in a library, use a radio, mobile phone, computer or other electronic device that is capable of emitting sound unless the person ensures that he or she does not allow any sound from the device to interfere with the comfort of, or disturb or annoy, another person.

Maximum penalty: $250.

Expiation fee: $80.

(3) A person must not, while in a library, use a mobile phone, computer or other electronic device—

(a) to transmit any material that is defamatory, obscene or offensive; or

(b) to knowingly access material that is obscene.

Maximum penalty: $1 250.

7—Other behaviour

A person must not, while in a library or on other premises of the Board—

(a) use abusive, threatening or insulting language; or

(b) behave in a threatening, intoxicated, indecent or otherwise disorderly or offensive manner or create any disturbance; or

(c) interfere with another person's reasonable enjoyment of the library or premises; or

(d) consume alcohol except in licensed premises; or

(e) consume unlawful substances; or

(f) smoke except in an area designated by an official sign displayed in or near the area as an area in which smoking is permitted; or

(g) eat or drink in an area designated by the Board or an authorised officer, or by an official sign displayed in or near the area, as an area in which eating or drinking is prohibited; or

(h) deposit litter or waste matter in any place except in a rubbish bin or other receptacle provided for that purpose; or

(i) pick a flower or damage or uproot a tree, shrub or other plant; or

(j) distribute printed matter; or

(k) erect a structure; or

(l) display a bill, sign, poster, placard, banner or flag; or

(m) sell anything or offer anything for sale; or

(n) solicit for contributions to, or membership of, a religious, charitable or other organisation; or

(o) take up any other collection; or

(p) hold, arrange or participate in a rally, demonstration or other meeting; or

(q) light or maintain a fire.

Maximum penalty: $250.

Expiation fee: $80.

8—Restricted areas

A person must not enter or remain in a part of a library or other premises of the Board that is designated, at the direction of the Board or an authorised officer, or by an official sign displayed in or near the area, as an area that is closed to public access.

Maximum penalty: $250.

Expiation fee: $80.



9—Wheeled recreational devices

A person must not bring a wheeled recreational device into a library or use such a device in a library.

Maximum penalty: $125.

Expiation fee: $55.



10—Dogs and other animals

(1) A person must not bring an animal into, or permit an animal to enter, a library except as follows:

(a) a person who is wholly or partially blind or deaf, or otherwise disabled, may be accompanied in the library by an accredited disability dog, guide dog or hearing dog (within the meaning of the Dog and Cat Management Act 1995);

(b) if such a dog is brought into, or permitted to enter, a library, the person responsible for the dog while in the library must ensure that the dog is, at all times under effective control by means of physical restraint (within the meaning of the Dog and Cat Management Act 1995).

Maximum penalty: $125.

Expiation fee: $55.

(2) An authorised officer may remove an animal from a library, a part of a library or other premises of the Board if the owner or person in charge of the animal cannot be located in the vicinity after reasonable attempts to do so.

11—Protection of property of Board

(1) A person must not, while in a library or on other premises of the Board—

(a) remove, deface, damage or otherwise interfere with books, objects, works, collections or any other property of the Board; or

(b) remove, deface, damage or otherwise interfere with a label, sign, seat, statue, fence, roof, wall, building, structure or any other property of the Board; or

(c) climb on, or attach lighting to, a tree, shrub, fence, roof, wall, building or other structure or any other property of the Board.

Maximum penalty: $750.

Expiation fee: $105.

(2) The Board or an authorised officer may require a person who brings into a library any bag, case, box or other article that could conceal library materials to surrender the item or items to the Board or authorised officer for temporary storage in a designated area within the library.

12—Return of surrendered or confiscated property

(1) The Board should endeavour to return to a person, when leaving a library, anything that was surrendered by or confiscated from the person at the request of the Board or an authorised officer.

(2) However, the Board may retain, for such period as is necessary for the purposes of legal proceedings, anything that the Board reasonably believes may constitute evidence of the commission of an offence.

13—Notices of exclusion from library

(1) If an authorised officer—

(a) has reasonable cause to suspect that a person has committed an offence against the Act or these regulations; and

(b) is of the opinion that it would be desirable to exercise the powers conferred by this regulation in order to prevent the commission of further offences,

the authorised officer may, by notice in writing given to the person, ban the person from entering a library or part of a library specified in the notice, for any period specified in the notice (not exceeding 2 years).

(2) A notice under subregulation (1) must state that the person may, within the period specified in the notice, apply to the Board for a review of the notice.

(3) The Board may, if it considers it appropriate to do so, invite the person to make submissions to the Board on the matter (either orally or in writing).

(4) The Board may, after considering any submissions made by the person, if it considers it appropriate to do so, vary or revoke the notice.

(5) A person who enters a library or part of a library in contravention of a notice issued under subregulation (1) is guilty of an offence.

Maximum penalty: $750.

Expiation fee: $105.

Part 3—Driving and parking on premises of Board

14—Driving

The following provisions apply in relation to the driving or riding of a vehicle on premises of the Board:

(a) a person must not drive or ride a vehicle on a part of the premises in contravention of an official sign displayed in or near the area indicating that the maximum speed limit at which vehicles are permitted to travel in the area is 10 kilometres per hour;

(b) a person must not bring a vehicle onto, or drive or ride a vehicle on, any part of the premises that is designated, at the direction of the Board or an authorised officer, or by an official sign displayed in or near the area, as an area that is closed to public vehicular access;

(c) a person must not drive or ride a vehicle on a part of the premises in contravention of any other official sign displayed in or near the area prohibiting or regulating the driving or riding of vehicles or vehicles of a particular kind in that area;

(d) a person must not drive or ride a vehicle on the premises except in an area specifically set aside for the driving or parking of vehicles;

(e) a person must not drive or ride a vehicle on the premises without due care or reasonable consideration for others.

Maximum penalty: $1 250.

Expiation fee: $160.

15—Parking

(1) A person must not park a vehicle on premises of the Board unless—

(a) the vehicle is parked in an area designated by an official sign displayed in or near the area as an area in which parking is permitted; and

(b) —


(i) in the case of a parking area for disabled persons—a disabled person's parking permit is lawfully displayed in the vehicle and any other conditions of parking in that area (displayed on the sign or permit or issued with the permit) are complied with; or

(ii) in the case of a library parking permit area—a library parking permit is lawfully displayed in the vehicle any other conditions of parking in that area (displayed on the sign or permit or issued with the permit) are complied with; or

(iii) in any other case—any conditions of parking (displayed on the sign) are complied with.

Maximum penalty: $125.

Expiation fee: $55.

(2) A person must not park a vehicle on a part of the premises of the Board in contravention of an official sign displayed in or near the area prohibiting the parking of vehicles or vehicles of a particular kind in that area.

Maximum penalty: $125.

Expiation fee: $55.

(3) A person must not park a vehicle on premises of the Board so as to prevent or impede the passage of a pedestrian or another vehicle.

Maximum penalty: $125.

Expiation fee: $55.

16—Liability of vehicle owners and drivers for offence

(1) Without derogating from the liability of any other person, but subject to this regulation, if a vehicle is involved in an offence against regulation 14 or 15 (the principal offence)—

(a) the owner of the vehicle is guilty of an offence and liable to the same penalty as is fixed for the principal offence; and

(b) the expiation fee that is fixed for the principal offence applies in relation to an offence against this regulation.

(2) The owner and driver of a vehicle are not both liable through the operation of this regulation to be convicted of an offence arising out of the same circumstances, and consequently conviction of the owner exonerates the driver and conviction of the driver exonerates the owner.

(3) An expiation notice or expiation reminder notice given under the Expiation of Offences Act 1996 to the owner of a vehicle for an alleged offence against this regulation involving the vehicle must be accompanied by a notice inviting the owner, if he or she was not the driver at the time of the alleged prescribed offence, to provide the Board, within the period specified in the notice, with a statutory declaration—

(a) setting out the name and address of the driver; or

(b) if he or she had transferred ownership of the vehicle to another prior to the time of the alleged prescribed offence and has complied with the Motor Vehicles Act 1959 in respect of the transfer—setting out details of the transfer (including the name and address of the transferee).

(4) Before proceedings are commenced against the owner of a vehicle for an offence against this regulation involving the vehicle, the complainant must send the owner a notice—

(a) setting out particulars of the alleged prescribed offence; and

(b) inviting the owner, if he or she was not the driver at the time of the alleged prescribed offence, to provide the complainant, within 21 days of the date of the notice, with a statutory declaration setting out the matters referred to in subregulation (3).

(5) Subregulation (4) does not apply to—

(a) proceedings commenced where an owner has elected under the Expiation of Offences Act 1996 to be prosecuted for the offence; or

(b) proceedings commenced against an owner of a vehicle who has been named in a statutory declaration under this regulation as the driver of the vehicle.

(6) Subject to subregulation (7), in proceedings against the owner of a vehicle for an offence against this regulation, it is a defence to prove—

(a) that, in consequence of some unlawful act, the vehicle was not in the possession or control of the owner at the time of the alleged prescribed offence; or

(b) that the owner provided the complainant with a statutory declaration in accordance with an invitation under this regulation.

(7) The defence in subregulation (6)(b) does not apply if it is proved that the owner made the declaration knowing it to be false in a material particular.

(8) If—

(a) an expiation notice is given to a person named as the alleged driver in a statutory declaration under this regulation; or



(b) proceedings are commenced against a person named as the alleged driver in such a statutory declaration,

the notice or summons, as the case may be, must be accompanied by a notice setting out particulars of the statutory declaration that named the person as the alleged driver.

(9) The particulars of the statutory declaration provided to the person named as the alleged driver must not include the address of the person who provided the statutory declaration.

(10) In proceedings against a person named in a statutory declaration under this regulation for the offence to which the declaration relates, it will be presumed, in the absence of proof to the contrary, that the person was the driver of the vehicle at the time at which the alleged offence was committed.

(11) In proceedings against the owner or driver of a vehicle for an offence against these regulations, an allegation in the complaint that a notice was given under this regulation on a specified day will be accepted as proof, in the absence of proof to the contrary, of the facts alleged.

Schedule 1—Revocation and transitional provisions



Part 1—Revocation of Libraries Regulations 1998

The Libraries Regulations 1998 are revoked.



Part 2—Transitional provisions

1—Interpretation

In this Part—

revoked regulations means the Libraries Regulations 1998.

2—Approvals of Board or authorised officers

An approval under regulation 4A of the revoked regulations and current immediately before the commencement of this clause, will be taken, on that commencement, to be an approval under regulation 4 of these regulations, and to continue for the remainder of the term, and subject to the same conditions (if any), as applied under the approval immediately before that commencement.

3—Notices of exclusion from library

A notice issued under regulation 8 of the revoked regulations and in force immediately before the commencement of this clause, will be taken, on that commencement, to be a notice given under regulation 13 of these regulations, and to continue for the remainder of the term, and subject to the same conditions (if any), as applied under the notice immediately before that commencement.

4—Library parking permits

A permit issued by the Board under regulation 10 of the revoked regulations and current immediately before the commencement of this clause, will be taken, on that commencement, to be a library parking permit issued under regulation 5 of these regulations, and to continue for the remainder of the term, and subject to the same conditions (if any), as applied under the permit immediately before that commencement.

Note—

As required by section 10AA(2) of the Subordinate Legislation Act 1978, the Minister has certified that, in the Minister's opinion, it is necessary or appropriate that these regulations come into operation as set out in these regulations.



Made by the Governor

with the advice and consent of the Executive Council

on 29 August 2013

No 220 of 2013

ART/13/012
South Australia

Subordinate Legislation (Postponement of Expiry) Regulations 2013

under the Subordinate Legislation Act 1978



Contents

1 Short title

2 Commencement

3 Interpretation

4 Postponement of expiry for 1 year—Regulations made before 1 January 2003

5 Expiry of obsolete regulations

Schedule 1—Postponement of expiry

Schedule 2—Expiry of obsolete regulations

Schedule 3—Revocation of Subordinate Legislation (Postponement of Expiry) Regulations 2012

1—Short title

These regulations may be cited as the Subordinate Legislation (Postponement of Expiry) Regulations 2013.



2—Commencement

These regulations come into operation on the day on which they are made.



3—Interpretation

In these regulations—



Act means the Subordinate Legislation Act 1978.

4—Postponement of expiry for 1 year—Regulations made before 1 January 2003

The expiry under Part 3A of the Act of the regulations listed in Schedule 1 is postponed for a period of 1 year commencing on 1 September 2013.



5—Expiry of obsolete regulations

The regulations listed in Schedule 2 will expire under the Act on 1 September 2013.



Schedule 1—Postponement of expiry

Air Transport (Route Licensing—Passenger Services) Regulations 2002 made under the Air Transport (Route Licensing—Passenger Services) Act 2002

Art Gallery Regulations 2002 made under the Art Gallery Act 1939

Australian Road Rules made under the Road Traffic Act 1961

Authorised Betting Operations Regulations 2001 made under the Authorised Betting Operations Act 2000

Bail Regulations 2000 made under the Bail Act 1985

Boxing and Martial Arts Regulations 2002 made under the Boxing and Martial Arts Act 2000

Brands Regulations 2001 made under the Brands Act 1933

Coast Protection (Eyre) Regulations 2000 made under the Coast Protection Act 1972

Coast Protection (Fleurieu) Regulations 2000 made under the Coast Protection Act 1972

Coast Protection (Identity Card) Regulations 2001 made under the Coast Protection Act 1972

Coast Protection (Kangaroo Island) Regulations 2000 made under the Coast Protection Act 1972

Coast Protection (Metropolitan) Regulations 2000 made under the Coast Protection Act 1972

Coast Protection (South East) Regulations 2000 made under the Coast Protection Act 1972

Coast Protection (Spencer) Regulations 2000 made under the Coast Protection Act 1972

Coast Protection (Yorke) Regulations 2000 made under the Coast Protection Act 1972

Commonwealth Places (Mirror Taxes Administration) (Modification of State Taxing Laws) Regulations 2000 made under the Commonwealth Places (Mirror Taxes Administration) Act 1999

Controlled Substances (Controlled Drugs, Precursors and Plants) Regulations 2000 made under the Controlled Substances Act 1984

Corporations (Ancillary Provisions) Regulations 2001 made under the Corporations (Ancillary Provisions) Act 2001

Correctional Services Regulations 2001 made under the Correctional Services Act 1982

Cremation Regulations 2001 made under the Cremation Act 2000

Criminal Law (Sentencing) Regulations 2000 made under the Criminal Law (Sentencing) Act 1988

Dangerous Substances Regulations 2002 made under the Dangerous Substances Act 1979

Electricity Corporations (Restructuring and Disposal) Regulations 1999 made under the Electricity Corporations (Restructuring and Disposal) Act 1999

Electronic Transactions Regulations 2002 made under the Electronic Transactions Act 2000

Emergency Services Funding (Remissions—Land) Regulations 2000 made under the Emergency Services Funding Act 1998

Emergency Services Funding (Remissions—Motor Vehicles and Vessels) Regulations 2000 made under the Emergency Services Funding Act 1998

Explosives (Fireworks) Regulations 2001 made under the Explosives Act 1936

Fees Regulation (Public Trustee Administration Fees) Regulations 2002 made under the Fees Regulation Act 1927

First Home Owner Grant Regulations 2000 made under the First Home Owner Grant Act 2000

Fisheries Management (Miscellaneous Fishery) Regulations 2000 made under the Fisheries Management Act 2007

Food Regulations 2002 made under the Food Act 2001

Forest Property Regulations 2001 made under the Forest Property Act 2000

Freedom of Information (General) Regulations 2002 made under the Freedom of Information Act 1991

Gene Technology Regulations 2002 made under the Gene Technology Act 2001

Goods Securities Regulations 1999 made under the Goods Securities Act 1986

Ground Water (Qualco Sunlands) Control Regulations 2000 made under the Ground Water (Qualco Sunlands) Control Act 2000

Hindmarsh Island Bridge (Application of Tripartite Deed—Exclusion of Allotments) Regulations 2002 made under the Hindmarsh Island Bridge Act 1999

Historic Shipwrecks Regulations 1999 made under the Historic Shipwrecks Act 1981

Housing Improvement (Section 60 statements) Regulations 2001 made under the Housing Improvement Act 1940

Juries (Remuneration for Jury Service) Regulations 2002 made under the Juries Act 1927

Legislation Revision and Publication Regulations 2002 made under the Legislation Revision and Publication Act 2002

Local Government (General) Regulations 1999 made under the Local Government Act 1999

Local Government (Procedures at Meetings) Regulations 2000 made under the Local Government Act 1999

Long Service Leave Regulations 2002 made under the Long Service Leave Act 1987

Motor Vehicles (Accident Towing Roster Scheme) Regulations 2000 made under the Motor Vehicles Act 1959

Mutual Recognition (South Australia) (Temporary Exemptions) Regulations 1999 made under the Mutual Recognition (South Australia) Act 1993

National Parks and Wildlife (National Parks) Regulations 2001 made under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972

National Parks and Wildlife (Wildlife) Regulations 2001 made under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972

Native Title (South Australia) Regulations 2001 made under the Native Title (South Australia) Act 1994

Offshore Minerals Regulations 2002 made under the Offshore Minerals Act 2000

Police Regulations 1999 made under the Police Act 1998

Police Superannuation Regulations 2002 made under the Police Superannuation Act 1990

Prices Regulations 2001 made under the Prices Act 1948

Primary Industry Funding Schemes (Apiary Industry Fund) Regulations 2001 made under the Primary Industry Funding Schemes Act 1998

Primary Industry Funding Schemes (Cattle Industry Fund) Regulations 2000 made under the Primary Industry Funding Schemes Act 1998

Primary Industry Funding Schemes (Deer Industry Fund) Regulations 2002 made under the Primary Industry Funding Schemes Act 1998

Primary Industry Funding Schemes (Langhorne Creek Wine Industry Fund) Regulations 2001 made under the Primary Industry Funding Schemes Act 1998

Primary Industry Funding Schemes (Pig Industry Fund) Regulations 2001 made under the Primary Industry Funding Schemes Act 1998

Primary Industry Funding Schemes (Riverland Wine Industry Fund) Regulations 2001 made under the Primary Industry Funding Schemes Act 1998

Primary Industry Funding Schemes (Sheep Industry Fund) Regulations 1999 made under the Primary Industry Funding Schemes Act 1998

Private Parking Areas Regulations 2001 made under the Private Parking Areas Act 1986

Public Corporations (Adelaide Convention Centre Corporation) Regulations 2000 made under the Public Corporations Act 1993

Public Corporations (Adelaide Film Festival) Regulations 2002 made under the Public Corporations Act 1993

Public Corporations (Australian Children's Performing Arts Company) Regulations 2001 made under the Public Corporations Act 1993

Public Corporations (Bio Innovation SA) Regulations 2001 made under the Public Corporations Act 1993

Public Corporations (Economic Development Board) Regulations 2002 made under the Public Corporations Act 1993

Public Finance and Audit Regulations 2002 made under the Public Finance and Audit Act 1987

Radiation Protection and Control (Ionising Radiation) Regulations 2000 made under the Radiation Protection and Control Act 1982

Residential Tenancies (Rooming Houses) Regulations 1999 made under the Residential Tenancies Act 1995

Road Traffic (Mass and Loading Requirements) Regulations 1999 made under the Road Traffic Act 1961

Road Traffic (Miscellaneous) Regulations 1999 made under the Road Traffic Act 1961

Road Traffic (Oversize or Overmass Vehicle Exemptions) Regulations 1999 made under the Road Traffic Act 1961

Road Traffic (Road Rules—Ancillary and Miscellaneous Provisions) Regulations 1999 made under the Road Traffic Act 1961

Road Traffic (Vehicle Standards) Rules 1999 made under the Road Traffic Act 1961

Sexual Reassignment Regulations 2000 made under the Sexual Reassignment Act 1988

South Australian Co operative and Community Housing (Associated Land Owners) Regulations 2002 made under the South Australian Co operative and Community Housing Act 1991

South Australian Motor Sport Regulations 1999 made under the South Australian Motor Sport Act 1984

Strata Titles (Fees) Regulations 2001 made under the Strata Titles Act 1988

Subordinate Legislation (General) Regulations 2002 made under the Subordinate Legislation Act 1978

Summary Offences (General) Regulations 2001 made under the Summary Offences Act 1953

Superannuation Regulations 2001 made under the Superannuation Act 1988

Superannuation (Electricity Industry Pensioners) Regulations 2001 made under the Superannuation Act 1988

Superannuation (Transfer of Electricity Industry Members) Regulations 2002 made under the Superannuation Act 1988

Trans Tasman Mutual Recognition (South Australia) Regulations 1999 made under the Trans Tasman Mutual Recognition (South Australia) Act 1999

Unauthorised Documents Regulations 2001 made under the Unauthorised Documents Act 1916

Worker's Liens Regulations 1999 made under the Worker's Liens Act 1893

Schedule 2—Expiry of obsolete regulations



Dog Fence Regulations 1997 made under the Dog Fence Act 1946

Financial Institutions Duty Regulations 1998 made under the Financial Institutions Duty Act 1983

Protection of Marine Waters (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Regulations 2001 made under the Protection of Marine Waters (Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Act 1987

Technical and Further Education (Vehicles) Regulations 1998 made under the Technical and Further Education Act 1975

Schedule 3—Revocation of Subordinate Legislation (Postponement of Expiry) Regulations 2012

The Subordinate Legislation (Postponement of Expiry) Regulations 2012 are revoked.

Note—

As required by section 10AA(2) of the Subordinate Legislation Act 1978, the Minister has certified that, in the Minister's opinion, it is necessary or appropriate that these regulations come into operation as set out in these regulations.



Made by the Governor

with the advice and consent of the Executive Council

on 29 August 2013

No 221 of 2013

AGO0117/13CS

South Australia



Mines and Works Inspection Regulations 2013

under the Mines and Works Inspection Act 1920



Contents

Part 1—Preliminary

1 Short title

2 Commencement

3 Interpretation

Part 2—Administration

Division 1—Managers

4 Appointment of a manager

5 Qualifications for manager

6 Notice of appointment

Division 2—Commencement and cessation of work

7 Approval to undertake certain activities

8 Notices

Division 3—Plans and programmes

9 Plans and programmes

Division 4—Inspections

10 Duty to facilitate inspections

Division 5—Duty to provide equipment

11 Duty to provide equipment

Part 3—Amenity of mine area and of the surrounding environment

12 General duties

13 Conservation of top soil

14 Protection from damage

15 Decommissioning notices

16 Decommissioning requirements

17 Rehabilitation

Part 4—Miscellaneous

18 Exemption

19 Offences

20 General defence

21 Fees

Schedule 1—Board of Examiners, certificates and permits



Part 1—Board of examiners

1 Continuation of Board

2 Terms and conditions of office

3 Proceedings etc

4 Validity of acts and proceedings

Part 2—Certificates and permits—qualification and issue

5 First class underground mine manager's certificate

6 Second class underground mine manager's certificate

7 First class quarry manager's certificate

8 Second class quarry manager's certificate

9 Restricted certificates

10 Temporary certificates

11 General requirements for certificates

12 Examinations

13 Permits

14 Record

Part 3—Certificates and permits—suspension and cancellation

15 Suspension and cancellation

16 Immediate suspension

17 Review of decision

18 Inquiries by the Board

Part 4—Rules

19 Rules

Schedule 2—Prescribed requirements for plans and programmes

Schedule 3—Fees

Schedule 4—Revocation of Mines and Works Inspection Regulations 1998



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