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AR 173/2011 RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION SITE MANAGER OCCUPATION REGULATION

(Consolidated up to 120/2018)

ALBERTA REGULATION 173/2011

Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act

RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION SITE
MANAGER OCCUPATION REGULATION

Table of Contents

                1      Definition

                2      Constitution of the occupation

                3      Tasks, activities and functions


                5      Coming into force

Definition

1   In this Regulation, “occupation” means the occupation of residential construction site manager that is designated as a designated occupation pursuant to the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act.

Constitution of the occupation

2   The undertaking that constitutes the occupation is the management of a residential construction site at which one or more new single‑ or multi‑family homes that are not higher than four stories are being constructed.

Tasks, activities and functions

3   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the occupation, the following tasks, activities and functions come within the occupation:

                               (a)    planning, organizing, directing, controlling and evaluating activities at a residential construction site;

                              (b)    selecting, engaging the services of and supervising subcontractors;

                               (c)    consulting with home buyers, architects, engineers, building inspectors and municipal authorities about plans, specifications and permits;

                              (d)    planning and preparing work schedules and co-ordinating the activities of subcontractors;

                               (e)    inspecting work performed by subcontractors to ensure quality and conformity with plans and specifications;

                               (f)    representing the prime contractor for a residential construction site under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

4   Repealed AR 120/2018 s4.

Coming into force

5   This Regulation comes into force on September 30, 2011.