Tradespersons' Rights Regulation 2013

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Tradespersons’ Rights Regulation 2013
 
Select Legislative Instrument No. 187, 2013
I, Quentin Bryce AC CVO, Governor‑General of the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, make the following regulation under the Tradespersons’ Rights Regulation Act 1946.
Dated 25 July 2013
Quentin Bryce
Governor‑General
By Her Excellency’s Command
Brendan O’Connor
Minister for Skills and Training
 
 
  
  
  
Contents
Part 1—Preliminary                                                                                                             1
1............ Name of regulation.............................................................................. 1
2............ Commencement................................................................................... 1
3............ Authority............................................................................................. 1
4............ Schedule(s)......................................................................................... 1
5............ Definitions.......................................................................................... 1
Part 2—Trades to which the Act applies                                                                 2
6............ Application of Part II of the Act to engineering trades........................ 2
7............ Application of Part III of the Act to boilermaking trades.................... 2
8............ Application of Part V of the Act to electrical trades............................ 2
Part 3—Trades to which the Act ceases to apply                                               4
9............ Part II of the Act ceases to apply to engineering trades....................... 4
10.......... Part III of the Act ceases to apply to boilermaking trades................... 5
11.......... Part IV of the Act ceases to apply to blacksmithing trades.................. 6
12.......... Part V of the Act ceases to apply to electrical trades........................... 7
13.......... Part VI of the Act ceases to apply to sheet metal trades...................... 7
14.......... Part VIA of the Act ceases to apply to boot trades.............................. 8
Schedule 1—Repeals                                                                                                   8
Tradespersons’ Rights Regulations                                                                         8
 
Part 1—Preliminary
  
1  Name of regulation
                   This regulation is the Tradespersons’ Rights Regulation 2013.
2  Commencement
                   This regulation commences on the day after it is registered.
3  Authority
                   This regulation is made under the Tradespersons’ Rights Regulation Act 1946.
4  Schedule(s)
                   Each instrument that is specified in a Schedule to this instrument is amended or repealed as set out in the applicable items in the Schedule concerned, and any other item in a Schedule to this instrument has effect according to its terms.
5  Definitions
             (1)  In this regulation:
Act means the Tradespersons’ Rights Regulation Act 1946.
             (2)  In this regulation, a reference in a table to a tradesperson of a particular classification is taken to be a reference to a tradesperson of that classification in the trade to which the table relates.
Part 2—Trades to which the Act applies
  
6  Application of Part II of the Act to engineering trades
                   For paragraph 51A(1)(a) of the Act, Part II of the Act applies to the engineering trades specified in the table.
 
Engineering trades to which Part II of the Act applies

Item
Trade

1
Aircraft maintenance engineer (mechanical)

2
Aircraft maintenance engineer (structural)

3
Diesel fitter

4
Fitter

5
Motor mechanic

6
Refrigeration mechanic (engineering)

7
Welder (first class)

 
7  Application of Part III of the Act to boilermaking trades
                   For paragraph 51A(1)(a) of the Act, Part III of the Act applies to the boilermaking trades specified in the table.
 
Boilermaking trades to which Part III of the Act applies

Item
Trade

1
Boilermaker

2
Boilermaker/Welder

 
8  Application of Part V of the Act to electrical trades
                   For paragraph 51A(1)(a) of the Act, Part V of the Act applies to the electrical trades specified in the table.
 
Electrical trades to which Part V of the Act applies

Item
Trade

1
Aircraft maintenance engineer (avionics)

2
Electrical fitter

3
Electrical fitter (instruments)

4
Electrical mechanic

5
Refrigeration mechanic (electrical)

 
Part 3—Trades to which the Act ceases to apply
  
9  Part II of the Act ceases to apply to engineering trades
                   For paragraph 51A(1)(b) of the Act, Part II of the Act ceases to apply to the engineering trades specified in the table.
 
Engineering trades to which Part II of the Act ceases to apply

Item
Trade

1
Assembler, engine (aircraft)

2
Checker (aircraft)

3
Coppersmith

4
Electroplater, first class

5
Examiner, first class (aircraft)

6
First class machinist

7
First class machinist (boring)

8
First class machinist (drilling)

9
First class machinist (grinding)

10
First class machinist (milling)

11
First class welder (engineering)

12
Fitter and first class machinist

13
Fitter (diesel)

14
Fitter (instruments)

15
Fitter, turbine blade

16
Fitter and Turner

17
Ground engineer, aircraft mechanic and ground engineer and aircraft mechanic, as specified in classification No. 57 of clause 3(a) of the Consolidated Award—Aircraft Industry of the Commonwealth Court of Conciliation and Arbitration

18
Ground engineer (airframe)

19
Ground engineer (airframe and engines)

20
Ground engineer (engines)

21
Inspector (aircraft)

22
Jigmaker (metal‑aircraft)

23
Key‑setting machinist

24
Locksmith

25
Machine setter

26
Marker‑off (engineering)

27
Mechanic (marine and other engines 200 c.c. and above)

28
Motor cycle mechanic

29
Motor tuner and tester

30
Optical finisher employed by the former Department of Munitions

31
Optical tradesman employed by the former Department of Munitions

32
Optical worker employed by the former Department of Munitions

33
Pattern maker

34
Refrigeration mechanic or serviceman

35
Safemaker, repairer and safemaker and repairer (security work)

36
Scale maker, adjuster and scalemaker and adjuster

37
Scientific instrument maker

38
Second class machinist (including brass finisher)

39
Template maker (metal‑aircraft)

40
Toolsetter

41
Tradesman ground engineer or aircraft mechanic holding no certificate

42
Turner

43
Wetstone grinder and glazer (tradesman)

 
10  Part III of the Act ceases to apply to boilermaking trades
                   For paragraph 51A(1)(b) of the Act, Part III of the Act ceases to apply to the boilermaking trades specified in the table.
 
Boilermaking trades to which Part III of the Act ceases to apply

Item
Trade

1
Angle‑iron smith

2
Boilermaker and structural steel tradesperson

3
Boilersmith

4
Driller using portable machines

5
Marker‑off (a tradesman, the greater part of whose time is occupied in marking‑off or template‑making or in marking‑off and template‑making)

6
Plate setter and frame bender

7
Structural steel tradesperson

8
Welder, first class (boilermaking)

 
11  Part IV of the Act ceases to apply to blacksmithing trades
                   For paragraph 51A(1)(b) of the Act, Part IV of the Act ceases to apply to the blacksmithing trades specified in the table.
 
Blacksmithing trades to which Part IV of the Act ceases to apply

Item
Trade

1
Angle‑iron smith

2
Annealer, case hardener and annealer and case hardener

3
Blacksmith

4
Brass smith

5
First class welder (blacksmithing)

6
Forger

7
Faggoter

8
Forger and faggoter

9
Other smith

10
Toolsmith

11
Tradesperson heat treater

 
12  Part V of the Act ceases to apply to electrical trades
                   For paragraph 51A(1)(b) of the Act, Part V of the Act ceases to apply to the electrical trades specified in the table.
 
Electrical trades to which Part V of the Act ceases to apply

Item
Trade

1
Aircraft electrician

2
Aircraft mechanic holding no certificate

3
Aircraft mechanic holding “X” certificate

4
Armature winder

5
Automotive electrician

6
Electrical fitter and armature winder

7
Electrician in charge of plant or installation or of plant and installation

8
Examiner, first class

9
Ground engineer (electrical)

10
Ground engineer (instruments)

11
Ground engineer (radio)

12
Inspector

13
Installation inspector, tester and installation inspector and tester

14
Refrigeration mechanic or serviceman

15
Shift electrician

16
Telecommunications mechanic

17
Tradesperson

18
Tradesperson (radio)

19
Tradesperson (radio and television)

20
Tradesperson (television)

 
13  Part VI of the Act ceases to apply to sheet metal trades
                   For paragraph 51A(1)(b) of the Act, Part VI of the Act ceases to apply to the sheet metal trades specified in the table.
 
Sheet metal trades to which Part VI of the Act ceases to apply

Item
Trade

1
Body maker, first class

2
First class welder (sheet metal)

3
Panel beater

4
Sheet metal worker, first class

5
Structural steel tradesperson

 
14  Part VIA of the Act ceases to apply to boot trades
                   For paragraph 51A(1)(b) of the Act, Part VIA of the Act ceases to apply to the boot trades specified in the table.
 
Boot trades to which Part VIA of the Act ceases to apply

Item
Trade

1
Clicker

2
Designer

3
Finisher

4
Maker

5
Pattern cutter

6
Stuff cutter

 
Schedule 1—Repeals
  
  
Tradespersons’ Rights Regulations
1  The whole of the Regulations
Repeal the Regulations.
Note:          The Tradespersons’ Rights Regulations are the regulations that were made on 19 August 1992.