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AR 181/2014 OVERHEAD DOOR TECHNICIAN OCCUPATION REGULATION

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ALBERTA REGULATION 181/2014

Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act

OVERHEAD DOOR TECHNICIAN
OCCUPATION REGULATION

Table of Contents

                1      Definitions

                2      Constitution of the occupation

                3      Tasks, activities and functions

                4      Expiry

                5      Coming into force

Definitions

1   In this Regulation,

                               (a)    “occupation” means the occupation of overhead door technician that is designated as a designated occupation pursuant to the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act;

                              (b)    “specialty doors” includes coiling doors, coiling and sliding steel fire doors, rubber doors, dock levellers, sliding and coiling grilles, high speed doors, gym dividers and rolling shutters.

Constitution of the occupation

2   The undertakings that constitute the occupation are the installation, maintenance and repair of overhead doors and specialty doors.


Tasks, activities and functions

3(1)  When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the overhead door technician occupation – level one, the following tasks, activities and functions come within that level of the occupation:

                               (a)    installing, maintaining and repairing overhead doors that

                                        (i)    have a height of no more than 10 feet,

                                      (ii)    open to an interior with a ceiling height of no more than 12 feet, and

                                     (iii)    are installed on wooden, metal or composite door jambs;

                              (b)    installing auxiliary devices such as open‑close buttons with a voltage not greater than 24 volts;

                               (c)    installing and maintaining prewired electrical operating systems;

                              (d)    identifying, selecting and operating hand tools, power tools and measuring devices used in the occupation;

                               (e)    reviewing and reading construction drawings, plans, specifications and related contract documents to prepare for and complete a project;

                               (f)    contributing to the health and safety of the work environment.

(2)  When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the overhead door technician occupation – level two, the following tasks, activities and functions come within that level of the occupation:

                               (a)    the tasks, activities and functions listed in subsection (1);

                              (b)    installing, maintaining and repairing overhead doors that

                                        (i)    have a height of more than 10 feet,

                                      (ii)    open to an interior with a ceiling height of more than 12 feet, and

                                     (iii)    are installed on wooden, metal, composite or concrete jambs;

                               (c)    installing, maintaining and repairing specialty doors;

                              (d)    assembling, erecting, installing and dismantling material and personnel handling devices used for the installation, maintenance and repair of doors referred to in clause (b).

Expiry

4   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires on August 31, 2019.

Coming into force

5   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2015.