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Alberta Regulation 272/2004
Protection of Children Involved in Prostitution Act
PROTECTION OF CHILDREN INVOLVED IN PROSTITUTION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 20, 2004
Made by the Minister of Children's Services (M.O. 49/04) on December 15, 2004 
pursuant to section 8(2) of the Protection of Children Involved in Prostitution Act. 
1   The Protection of Children Involved in Prostitution 
Regulation (AR 5/99) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2(d) is amended by striking out "protective services 
under the Child Welfare Act" and substituting "intervention 
services under the Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Act".

3  The Schedule is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Schedule
The following are protective safe houses for the purposes of the Act:
	(a)	Yellowhead Youth Centre, Topaz House (Edmonton);
	(b)	Hull Child and Family Services (Calgary).

3   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2005.


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Alberta Regulation 273/2004
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION REGULATION
Filed: December 21, 2004
Made by the Minister of Environment (M.O. 22/2004) on November 9, 2004 pursuant 
to section 36(h) of the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definition
	2	Provision of information
	3	Form of request
	4	Fees
	5	Repeal
	6	Expiry
	7	Coming into force
Definition
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Environmental Protection and Enhancement 
Act;
	(b)	"appropriate person" means, in respect of documents or 
information referred to in section 2(4), the appropriate 
applicant, approval holder, licensee, registration holder, 
certificate of variance holder or person carrying on an 
activity that is the subject of a code of practice.
Provision of information
2(1)  The Director or other person in charge of keeping or distribution 
of a document or information referred to in section 35(1) of the Act or 
considered by the Minister to be public information under the authority 
of section 35(3) of the Act may publish the document or information in 
any form and manner the Director or other person considers 
appropriate, regardless of whether there is a request for the document 
or information.
(2)  Subject to subsection (4), within 30 days after receipt of a request 
in writing for a document or information referred to in subsection (1), 
the Director or other person in charge of keeping or distribution of the 
document or information shall in writing notify the person making the 
request of the time by which and the manner in which the document or 
information will be released.
(3)  A document or information must be released within a reasonable 
time after the request is made and must be released by one or more of 
the following means:
	(a)	by making the document or information available for 
inspection by the person making the request during normal 
business hours in an office of the Department;
	(b)	by providing a copy or summary or excerpt of the document 
or information to the person making the request;
	(c)	by publishing the document or information in any form and 
manner that the Director or other person considers 
appropriate.
(4)  Where a request relates in whole or part to a document or 
information referred to in section 35(1)(a)(iii), (iv), (v) or (vi) of the 
Act or information considered by the Minister to be public information 
under the authority of section 35(3) that has been provided to the 
Department in the administration of the Act, the Director or other 
person in charge of keeping or distribution of the document or 
information may refuse to comply with subsection (2) unless the 
Director or other person is satisfied that the person requesting the 
document or information has first made the request to the appropriate 
person in respect of the document or information and that
	(a)	the request was refused or was not complied with,
	(b)	the appropriate person has failed to, within 30 days after the 
request was made, notify the person requesting the document 
or information of the time by which and the manner in which 
the document or information will be released or the 
appropriate person has failed to release the document or 
information in accordance with such a notification, or
	(c)	the person requesting the document or information was 
unable to contact the appropriate person in respect of the 
document or information.
(5)  Where a person makes a request under subsection (2) and the 
Director or other person in charge of keeping or distribution of the 
document or information is of the opinion that the document or 
information has already been provided to a group, organization, 
association or other body of which the person making the request is a 
member or with which that person is otherwise affiliated, the Director 
or other person in charge may refuse to comply with subsection (2).
(6)  The Director or other person in charge of keeping or distribution of 
a document or information referred to in subsection (1) may refuse to 
provide any document or information that is available for purchase by 
the public.
Form of request
3   A request under section 2 must be made in a form acceptable to the 
Director or other person in charge of keeping or distribution of the 
document or information and must contain the following information:
	(a)	the name, mailing address and telephone number of the 
person requesting the document or information;
	(b)	the details of the document or information being requested;
	(c)	in a case to which section 2(4) applies, the date on which the 
request was made to the appropriate person in respect of the 
document or information, and the result of the request.
Fees
4   The Department may charge fees for the release of documents and 
information under this Regulation in amounts not to exceed the 
amounts set out in Schedule 2 of the Freedom of Information and 
Protection of Privacy Regulation (AR 200/95).
Repeal
5   The Disclosure of Information Regulation (AR 116/93) is repealed.
Expiry
6   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 March 31, 2015.
Coming into force
7   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2005.


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Alberta Regulation 274/2004
Traffic Safety Act
VEHICLE SEIZURE AND REMOVAL AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 29, 2004
Made by the Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation (M.O. 28/04) on December 
23, 2004 pursuant to sections 18(2) and 81 of the Traffic Safety Act. 
1   The Vehicle Seizure and Removal Regulation 
(AR 323/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 22(2) is amended by striking out "January 1, 2005" 
and substituting "September 1, 2005".



Alberta Regulation 275/2004
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
OIL AND GAS TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 
OCCUPATION REGULATION
Filed: December 31, 2004
Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board on December 21, 
2004 pursuant to section 37(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act. 


Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Branches of the occupation
Part 1 
Swamper Branch
	3	Constitution of the occupation
	4	Tasks, activities and functions
Part 2 
Supervisor Branch
	5	Constitution of the occupation
	6	Tasks, activities and functions
Part 3 
Bed Truck Operator Branch
	7	Constitution of the occupation
	8	Tasks, activities and functions
Part 4 
Bulk Haul Truck Operator Branch
	9	Constitution of the occupation
	10	Tasks, activities and functions
Part 5 
Multi-wheel Truck Operator Branch
	11	Constitution of the occupation
	12	Tasks, activities and functions
Part 6 
Winch Tractor Operator Branch
	13	Constitution of the occupation
	14	Tasks, activities and functions
Part 7 
Expiry and Coming into Force
	15	Expiry
	16	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"bed truck" means a truck specifically designed with a flat 
deck, winch and optional gin poles used for the transportation 
of goods, equipment and other supplies used in the 
exploration, development and production of oil and gas 
resources;
	(b)	"bulk truck" means any kind of truck with a vessel or a tank 
that is used for the transportation of liquid or gas products 
and other supplies used in the exploration, development and 
production of oil and gas resources;
	(c)	"multi-wheel truck" means a truck and trailer configuration 
that includes jeeps, trailers and boosters, used to transport 
goods, equipment and supplies used in the exploration, 
development and production of oil and gas resources;
	(d)	"occupation" means the oil and gas services occupation that 
is designated as a designated occupation pursuant to the 
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act;
	(e)	"oil and gas transportation" includes
	(i)	the transportation of goods, equipment and other 
supplies used in the exploration, development and 
production of oil and gas resources using trucks 
equipped with auxiliary equipment designed for 
dismantling, transporting, loading, unloading and 
assembling oil and gas equipment, and
	(ii)	the transportation of liquid and gas products and other 
supplies used in the exploration, development and 
production of oil and gas resources using trucks 
equipped with auxiliary equipment designed for safely 
loading and unloading all types of oil and gas industry 
liquid and gas products and other supplies;
	(f)	"truck" means a self-propelled vehicle used both on and off 
highway for the transportation of various types of goods, 
equipment and other supplies used in the exploration, 
development and production of oil and gas resources;
	(g)	"truck operator" means an individual who holds the 
appropriate operator's licence as required under the Traffic 
Safety Act and who operates a bed truck, bulk truck, 
multi-wheel truck or winch tractor;
	(h)	"winch tractor" means a truck outfitted with a winch that is 
used to load and unload goods, equipment and other supplies 
used in the exploration, development and production of oil 
and gas resources.
Branches of the occupation
2(1)  The undertakings that constitute the oil and gas transportation 
services occupation are
	(a)	pre-job planning,
	(b)	preparing, dismantling, loading, unloading and assembling of 
equipment,
	(c)	 driving, and
	(d)	post-job operations
as they relate to oil and gas transportation services.
(2)  The oil and gas transportation services occupation is comprised of 
the following branches:
	(a)	swamper;
	(b)	supervisor;
	(c)	bed truck operator;
	(d)	bulk haul truck operator;
	(e)	multi-wheel truck operator;
	(f)	winch tractor operator.
(3)  The undertakings and tasks, activities and functions of each branch 
of the occupation are set out in Parts 1 to 6, respectively.
Part 1 
Swamper Branch
Constitution of the occupation
3   The undertakings that constitute the swamper branch of the 
occupation are
	(a)	assisting a truck operator with pre-job planning,
	(b)	preparing, dismantling, loading, unloading and assembly of 
equipment, and
	(c)	post-job operations
as they relate to oil and gas transportation services.
Tasks, activities and functions
4   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the swamper 
branch of the occupation, the following tasks, activities and functions 
come within the branch of the occupation:
	(a)	demonstrating an understanding of oilfield transportation 
services;
	(b)	supporting the truck operator;
	(c)	contributing to the health and safety of the working 
environment;
	(d)	contributing to the control of critical and emergency 
situations;
	(e)	supporting environmental protection;
	(f)	supporting effective communications and working 
relationships;
	(g)	conducting equipment inspections and maintenance.
Part 2 
Supervisor Branch
Constitution of the occupation
5   The undertakings that constitute the supervisor branch of the 
occupation are supervising and co-ordinating job operations and truck 
operators, swampers and other workers.
Tasks, activities and functions
6   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the supervisor 
branch of the occupation, the following tasks, activities and functions 
come within the branch of the occupation:
	(a)	ensuring a healthy and safe work environment;
	(b)	ensuring safe work practices and procedures;
	(c)	implementing environmental policy;
	(d)	supporting relationships with customers;
	(e)	managing job site performance;
	(f)	driving professionally.
Part 3 
Bed Truck Operator Branch
Constitution of the occupation
7   The undertakings that constitute the bed truck operator branch of 
the occupation are
	(a)	pre-job planning,
	(b)	preparing, dismantling, loading, unloading and assembly of 
equipment,
	(c)	driving, and
	(d)	post-job operations
as they relate to bed trucks.
Tasks, activities and functions
8   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the bed truck 
operator branch of the occupation, the following tasks, activities and 
functions come within the branch of the occupation:
	(a)	performing bed truck pre-trip and post-trip inspections;
	(b)	performing bed truck loading and unloading;
	(c)	performing bed truck compliant transport;
	(d)	operating auxiliary equipment;
	(e)	driving professionally;
	(f)	assembling and disassembling equipment;
	(g)	contributing to the health and safety of the working 
environment;
	(h)	contributing to the control of critical and emergency 
situations;
	(i)	supporting environmental protection;
	(j)	supporting effective communications and working 
relationships;
	(k)	conducting equipment inspections and maintenance.
Part 4 
Bulk Haul Truck Operator Branch
Constitution of the occupation
9   The undertakings that constitute the bulk haul truck operator branch 
of the occupation are
	(a)	pre-job planning,
	(b)	preparing, dismantling, loading, unloading and assembly of 
equipment,
	(c)	driving, and
	(d)	post-job operations
as they relate to bulk haul trucks.
Tasks, activities and functions
10   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the bulk haul 
truck operator branch of the occupation, the following tasks, activities 
and functions come within the branch of the occupation:
	(a)	performing bulk haul truck pre-trip and post-trip inspections;
	(b)	performing bulk haul truck loading and unloading;
	(c)	performing bulk haul truck compliant transport;
	(d)	driving professionally;
	(e)	contributing to the health and safety of the working 
environment;
	(f)	contributing to the control of critical and emergency 
situations;
	(g)	supporting environmental protection;
	(h)	supporting effective communications and working 
relationships;
	(i)	conducting equipment inspections and maintenance.
Part 5 
Multi-wheel Truck Operator Branch
Constitution of the occupation
11   The undertakings that constitute the multi-wheel truck operator 
branch of the occupation are
	(a)	pre-job planning,
	(b)	preparing, dismantling, loading, unloading and assembly of 
equipment,
	(c)	driving, and
	(d)	post-job operations
as they relate to multi-wheel trucks.
Tasks, activities and functions
12   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the 
multi-wheel truck operator branch of the occupation, the following 
tasks, activities and functions come within the branch of the 
occupation:
	(a)	performing multi-wheel truck pre-trip and post-trip 
inspections;
	(b)	performing multi-wheel truck loading and unloading;
	(c)	performing multi-wheel truck compliant transport;
	(d)	driving professionally;
	(e)	contributing to the health and safety of the working 
environment;
	(f)	contributing to the control of critical and emergency 
situations;
	(g)	supporting environmental protection;
	(h)	supporting effective communications and working 
relationships;
	(i)	conducting equipment inspections and maintenance.
Part 6 
Winch Tractor Operator Branch
Constitution of the occupation
13   The undertakings that constitute the winch tractor operator branch 
of the occupation are
	(a)	pre-job planning,
	(b)	preparing, dismantling, loading, unloading and assembly of 
equipment,
	(c)	driving, and
	(d)	 post-job operations
as they relate to winch tractors.
Tasks, activities and functions
14   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the winch 
tractor operator branch of the occupation, the following tasks, activities 
and functions come within the branch of the occupation:
	(a)	performing winch tractor pre-trip and post-trip inspections;
	(b)	performing winch tractor loading and unloading;
	(c)	performing winch tractor compliant transport;
	(d)	operating auxiliary equipment;
	(e)	driving professionally;
	(f)	contributing to the health and safety of the working 
environment;
	(g)	contributing to the control of critical and emergency 
situations;
	(h)	supporting environmental protection;
	(i)	supporting effective communications and working 
relationships;
	(j)	conducting equipment inspections and maintenance.
Part 7 
Expiry and Coming into Force
Expiry
15   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 March 31, 2010.
Coming into force
16   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2005.


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Alberta Regulation 276/2004
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
WELL TESTING SERVICES SUPERVISOR OCCUPATION REGULATION
Filed: December 31, 2004
Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board on December 21, 
2004 pursuant to section 37(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act. 
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)	"well testing" means
	(i)	the continuous process by which well data is collected 
during the exploration, development and production of 
oil and gas resources in order to determine reservoir 
deliverability and identify fluids produced, and
	(ii)	the various completion operations, including swabbing, 
frac flow back, acid stimulating, blow downs and 
circulating well bore returns, that are performed on a 
well to assist in its operation;
	(b)	"well testing services supervisor occupation" means the 
occupation of well testing services supervisor that is 
designated as a designated occupation pursuant to the 
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act;
	(c)	"well testing system" means any system that is used for well 
testing and is comprised of any or all of the following:
	(i)	pressurized vessels;
	(ii)	emergency shutdown valves;
	(iii)	flow lines;
	(iv)	choke manifolds;
	(v)	line heaters;
	(vi)	flare stacks;
	(vii)	propane tanks and vaporizers;
	(viii)	flow meters;
	(ix)	test kits;
	(x)	pumps;
	(xi)	pipe skids;
	(xii)	computers and data collection devices.
Constitution of the occupation
2   The undertakings that constitute the well testing services supervisor 
occupation are the following:
	(a)	pre-job planning;
	(b)	trip management;
	(c)	rig-in;
	(d)	flowing the well;
	(e)	recording data;
	(f)	rig-out;
	(g)	post-job management;
	(h)	inspection and maintenance of well testing system.
Tasks, activities and functions
3(1)  When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the well 
testing services supervisor occupation-level three, the following tasks, 
activities and functions come within that level of the occupation:
	(a)	contributing to the safety environment;
	(b)	contributing to control of critical and emergency situations;
	(c)	supporting environmental protection;
	(d)	establishing communications and working relationships;
	(e)	leading the shift and reporting to immediate supervisor;
	(f)	supporting pre-job planning;
	(g)	supporting rig-in;
	(h)	flowing the well and recording program data;
	(i)	supporting demobilization, rig-out and transport;
	(j)	performing housekeeping and supplies requisition;
	(k)	using system documentation;
	(l)	conducting equipment inspections and maintenance;
	(m)	supporting crew training;
	(n)	the operation, inspection and maintenance of motorized 
vehicles;
	(o)	managing critical and emergency situations;
	(p)	supervising current shift and support cross-shift crew;
	(q)	managing multi-equipment jobs;
	(r)	testing sour wells;
	(s)	operating high pressure systems;
	(t)	testing wells with shut in pressure of not more than 34.5 MPa 
(5000 psi);
	(u)	performing tasks, activities and functions listed in subsection 
(2)(b) to (d) under supervision of a person who holds well 
testing services supervisor occupation-level four certification.
(2)  When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the well testing 
services supervisor occupation-level four, the following tasks, 
activities and functions come within that level of the occupation:
	(a)	the tasks, activities and functions listed in subsection (1)(a) to 
(t);
	(b)	supervising large well testing crews;
	(c)	managing multi-stage separation testing;
	(d)	testing critical sour wells;
	(e)	performing the tasks, activities and functions listed in 
subsection (3)(b) to (f) under the supervision of a person who 
holds a well testing services supervisor occupation-level five 
certification.
(3)  When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the well testing 
services supervisor occupation-level five, the following tasks, activities 
and functions come within that level of the occupation:
	(a)	the tasks, activities and functions listed in subsection (2);
	(b)	testing wells with shut in pressure of more than 34.5 MPa 
(5000 psi);
	(c)	contributing to the planning and preparation of complex jobs 
and projects;
	(d)	co-ordinating the running of complex jobs and projects;
	(e)	co-ordinating complex jobs and projects;
	(f)	contributing to the closure of complex jobs and projects.
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 March 31, 2010.
Coming into force
5   This regulation comes into force on January 1, 2005.


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Alberta Regulation 277/2004
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
INSULATOR TRADE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 31, 2004
Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board on December 21, 
2004 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act. 
1   The Insulator Trade Regulation (AR 284/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3 is amended
	(a)	in clause (b) by adding "safety regulations, building" 
after "standards,";
	(b)	in clause (f)
	(i)	by adding "insulation" after "removing";
	(ii)	by striking out "material" and substituting 
"materials";
	(iii)	by striking out "personnel";
	(c)	in clause (h) by adding "and all protective coatings and 
coverings" after "insulation items".


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Alberta Regulation 278/2004
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
TRADES (EXPIRY CLAUSE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 31, 2004
Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board on December 21, 
2004 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act. 
1(1)  The Baker Trade Regulation (AR 263/2000) is amended 
by this section.
(2)  Section 9 is amended by striking out "August 31, 2005" 
and substituting "August 31, 2010".

2(1)  The Electrical Motor Systems Technician Trade 
Regulation (AR 273/2000) is amended by this section.
(2)  Section 9 is amended by striking out "August 31, 2005" 
and substituting "August 31, 2009".

3(1)  The Floorcovering Installer Trade Regulation 
(AR 277/2000) is amended by this section.
(2)  Section 8 is amended by striking out "August 31, 2005" 
and substituting "August 31, 2009".

4(1)  The Sawfiler Trade Regulation (AR 302/2000) is 
amended by this section.
(2)  Section 14 is amended by striking out "August 31, 2005" 
and substituting "August 31, 2010".

5(1)  The Water Well Driller Trade Regulation (AR 310/2000) 
is amended by this section.
(2)  Section 9 is amended by striking out "August 31, 2005" 
and substituting "August 31, 2011".





THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, JANUARY 15, 2005