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OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY REGULATIONS (AMENDMENT) (NO. 13 OF
TABLE OF PROVISIONS
1. These Regulations commence on 1 July 1991.
2. In these Regulations, unless the contrary intention appears “Principal Regulations” means the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations.
3. Before regulation 1 of the Principal Regulations the following heading is inserted:
4. Regulation 2 of the Principal Regulations is amended by inserting the following definitions:“ ‘Australian Standard 1885.1' means Australian Standard 1885, being that standard as approved 20 March 1990 and published 11 June 1990 entitled ‘Workplace injury and disease recording standard'; ‘boiler' means a closed vessel in which steam can be generated or water or other liquid can be heated at a pressure greater than that of the atmosphere, and includes any plant, apparatus or appliance fitted to, or used in connection with the raising of pressure in, such a vessel; ‘dangerous goods' has the same meaning as in the Dangerous Goods Act 1975 of the State of New South Wales in its application in the Territory; ‘pressure vessel' means a closed vessel which is subjected to pressure (including a pressure due to a static head) by liquids, vapours, air or other gases, and includes any plant, apparatus or appliance fitted to, or used in connection with the raising of pressure in, such a vessel, but does not include—
5. After regulation 2 of the Principal Regulations the following regulation is inserted:
6. Before regulation 3 of the Principal Regulations the following heading is inserted:
PART II--TRAINING PROGRAMS”.
7. After regulation 4 of the Principal Regulations the following heading and regulations are inserted:
PART III--INJURY AND DANGEROUS OCCURRENCE REPORTING AND RECORDING REQUIREMENTS
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