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Alberta Regulation 118/2008
Insurance Act
AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE RATE BOARD 
FEES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 10, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 292/2008) 
on July 9, 2008 pursuant to section 653 of the Insurance Act. 
1   The Automobile Insurance Rate Board Fees Regulation 
(AR 179/2005) is amended by this Regulation.



2   Section 1 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Insurance Act;
	(b)	"Board" means the Automobile Insurance Rate Board;
	(c)	"insurer" means an insurer that holds a licence 
authorizing the insurer to undertake the class of 
automobile insurance.

3   Section 2 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (2) by striking out "August" and 
substituting "September";
	(b)	by repealing subsection (3).

4   Section 3 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Calculation of basic fees
3(1)  Subject to subsection (2), the basic fee payable by each 
insurer in respect of a year shall be calculated in accordance with 
the following formula:
A = B x D 
       C 
 
where
	A 	is the amount of the fee payable by the insurer;
	B 	is the insurer's total direct premiums written for 
automobile insurance by the insurer in the previous 
year, as reported under sections 44 and 46 of the Act;
	C 	is the total of the direct premiums written for 
automobile insurance for all insurers in the previous 
year, as reported under sections 44 and 46 of the Act;
	D 	is the Board's annual budget approved by the Minister 
for the fiscal year, less the estimated amount budgeted 
for costs recovered under section 4, plus the amount by 
which the fees collected from all insurers in the 
previous fiscal year were less than the Board's 
expenditures for that same year or minus the amount by 
which the fees collected from all insurers in the 
previous fiscal year exceeded the Board's expenditures 
for that same year, as the case may be.
(2)  No fee is payable by an insurer under this section if the amount 
calculated for that insurer is less than $500.

5   Section 4 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Other costs
4(1)  The Board may, in respect of each application for an 
approval or review referred to in the following, charge an insurer 
the actual costs of engaging the services of an actuary for the 
purpose of carrying out the approval or review:
	(a)	the approval of the insurer's rating programs for all 
types of vehicles;
	(b)	the approval of rating programs with respect to insurers 
licensed in the current fiscal year or for insurers 
licensed in the previous fiscal year whose rating 
program was not approved in the previous fiscal year;
	(c)	reviews under section 6 of the Automobile Insurance 
Premiums Regulation (AR 124/2004).
(2)  On application by an insurer, the Board may, in its discretion, 
reduce the costs charged to the insurer for engaging the services of 
an actuary for the purpose of carrying out an approval or review 
under subsection (1).



Alberta Regulation 119/2008
Alberta Corporate Tax Act
ALBERTA CORPORATE TAX REGULATION
Filed: July 10, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 295/2008) 
on July 9, 2008 pursuant to section 56 of the Alberta Corporate Tax Act.


Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Taxable income earned in Alberta
	3	Prescribed leases
	4	Election under s26(1.7)(b) of the Act
	5	Specified rates
	6	Retention period of records and books
	7	Interest rates
	8	Consequential
	9	Repeal
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Alberta Corporate Tax Act;
	(b)	"federal regulations" means the regulations made under the 
Income Tax Act (Canada).
Taxable income earned in Alberta
2(1)  For the purpose of section 19(2) of the Act, "taxable income 
earned in Alberta" shall be calculated in accordance with Part IV of the 
federal regulations, except as follows:
	(a)	with respect to subsection 404(1) of the federal regulations
	(i)	if the aggregate of salaries and wages paid in the year 
by the bank is nil, the amount of taxable income that 
shall be deemed to have been earned by the bank in the 
year in Alberta is that proportion of its taxable income 
for the year that the aggregate amount of loans and 
deposits of its permanent establishment in Alberta for 
the year is of the aggregate amount of all loans and 
deposits of the bank for the year, or
	(ii)	if the aggregate amount of loans and deposits of the 
bank for the year is nil, the amount of taxable income 
that shall be deemed to have been earned by the bank in 
the year in Alberta is that proportion of its taxable 
income for the year that the aggregate of its salaries and 
wages paid in the year by the bank to employees of its 
permanent establishment in Alberta is of the aggregate 
of all salaries and wages paid in the year by the bank;
	(b)	with respect to subsection 406(1) of the federal regulations
	(i)	if the equated track miles of the corporation for the year 
is nil, the amount of taxable income that shall be 
deemed to have been earned by the corporation in the 
year in Alberta is that proportion of its taxable income 
for the year that the gross ton miles of the corporation 
for the year in Alberta is of the gross ton miles of the 
corporation for the year in Canada, or
	(ii)	if the gross ton miles of the corporation for the year is 
nil, the amount of taxable income that shall be deemed 
to have been earned by the corporation in the year in 
Alberta is that proportion of its taxable income for the 
year that the equated track miles of the corporation in 
Alberta is of the equated track miles of the corporation 
in Canada;
	(c)	with respect to subsection 407(1) of the federal regulations 
	(i)	if the number of revenue plane miles flown by its 
aircraft in Canada during the year is nil, the amount of 
taxable income that shall be deemed to have been 
earned by the corporation in the year in Alberta is that 
proportion of its taxable income for the year that the 
capital cost of all the corporation's fixed assets, except 
aircraft, in Alberta at the end of the year is of the capital 
cost of all its fixed assets, except aircraft, in Canada at 
the end of the year, or
	(ii)	if the capital cost of all the corporation's fixed assets, 
except aircraft, in Canada at the end of the year is nil, 
the amount of taxable income that shall be deemed to 
have been earned by the corporation in the year in 
Alberta is that proportion of its taxable income for the 
year that the number of revenue plane miles flown by its 
aircraft in Alberta during the year is of the total number 
of revenue plane miles flown by its aircraft in Canada 
during the year other than miles flown in a province in 
which the corporation had no permanent establishment;
	(d)	with respect to section 408 of the federal regulations
	(i)	if the aggregate of salaries and wages paid in the year 
by the corporation is nil, the amount of taxable income 
that shall be deemed to have been earned by the 
corporation in the year in Alberta is that proportion of 
its taxable income for the year that the number of 
bushels of grain received in the year in the elevators 
operated by the corporation in Alberta is of the total 
number of bushels of grain received in the year in all the 
elevators operated by the corporation, or
	(ii)	if the total number of bushels of grain received in the 
year in all the elevators operated by the corporation is 
nil, the amount of taxable income that shall be deemed 
to have been earned by the corporation in the year in 
Alberta is that proportion of its taxable income for the 
year that the aggregate of salaries and wages paid in the 
year by the corporation to employees of its permanent 
establishment in Alberta is of the aggregate of all 
salaries and wages paid in the year by the corporation;
	(e)	with respect to section 409 of the federal regulations 
	(i)	if the aggregate of salaries and wages paid in the year 
by the corporation is nil, the amount of taxable income 
that shall be deemed to have been earned by the 
corporation in the year in Alberta is that proportion of 
its taxable income for the year that the number of 
kilometres driven by the corporation's vehicles, whether 
owned or leased, on roads in Alberta in the year is of the 
total number of kilometres driven by those vehicles in 
the year on roads other than roads in provinces or 
countries in which the corporation had no permanent 
establishment, or
	(ii)	if the number of kilometres driven by the corporation's 
vehicles, whether owned or leased, in the year is nil, the 
amount of taxable income that shall be deemed to have 
been earned by the corporation in the year in Alberta is 
that proportion of its taxable income for the year that 
the aggregate of salaries and wages paid in the year by 
the corporation to employees of its permanent 
establishment in Alberta is of the aggregate of all 
salaries and wages paid in the year by the corporation;
	(f)	with respect to section 411 of the federal regulations 
	(i)	if the aggregate of salaries and wages paid in the year 
by the corporation is nil, the amount of taxable income 
that shall be deemed to have been earned by the 
corporation in the year in Alberta is that proportion of 
its taxable income for the year that the number of miles 
of pipeline of the corporation in Alberta is of the 
number of miles of pipeline of the corporation in all the 
provinces in which the corporation had a permanent 
establishment, or
	(ii)	if the number of miles of pipeline of the corporation in 
the year is nil, the amount of taxable income that shall 
be deemed to have been earned by the corporation in the 
year in Alberta is that proportion of its taxable income 
for the year that the aggregate of salaries and wages 
paid in the year by the corporation to employees of its 
permanent establishment in Alberta is of the aggregate 
of all salaries and wages paid in the year by the 
corporation to employees of its permanent 
establishments in Canada.
(2)  When a corporation is not resident in Canada, subsection 413(1) of 
the federal regulations shall be read as if "taxable income earned in 
Canada as determined under section 115 of the Act" were replaced 
with "taxable income earned in Canada as determined under section 
17.1 of the Alberta Corporate Tax Act".
(3)  This section comes into force on the coming into force of  section 
3(a) of the Alberta Corporate Tax Amendment Act, 2007.
Prescribed leases
3   For the purposes of sections 26(1)(e.1)(ii) and 106(1)(c.1)(ii) of the 
Act, the following are prescribed leases: 
		7184100 257
		7184100 258
		7185050 264
		7185070 269
		7185070 270
		7185070 271
		7185080 275
		7185080 276
		7185090 278
		7186020 283
		7186020 284
		7186030 289
		7186040 298
		7186060 304
		7186060 305
		7186070 306
		7186120 314
		7187040 321
Election under s26(1.7)(b) of the Act
4   An election under section 26(1.7)(b) of the Act shall be made on or 
before the day that is the earliest of the days on or before which
	(a)	the purchaser,
	(b)	the vendor, or
	(c)	a corporation associated with the vendor
is required to file a return of income pursuant to section 36(1) of the 
Act for the taxation year in which the acquisition to which the election 
relates occurred. 
Specified rates
5(1)  In this section, "period", with respect to a year, means any of the 
following: 
	(a)	the period beginning on January 1 and ending on March 31; 
	(b)	the period beginning on April 1 and ending on June 30; 
	(c)	the period beginning on July 1 and ending on September 30; 
	(d)	the period beginning on October 1 and ending on December 
31.
(2)  For the purpose of subsections (3) and (4), the specified rate for a 
period is as follows:
	(a)	for a period after December 31, 1994 and before April 1, 
2000, as set out in the following Table:
Table
Quarter
1995 
Rates
1996 
Rates
1997 
Rates
1998 
Rates
1999 
Rates
2000 
Rates
January 1 to March 31
73.56%
74.28%
70.55%
65.83%
73.64%
28.40%
April 1 to June 30
73.47%
73.62%
40.40%
64.22%
73.30%

July 1 to September 30
73.72%
70.33%
63.80%
73.54%
73.31%

October 1 to December 31
74.23%
73.05%
70.65%
73.68%
55.29%

	(b)	for a period after March 31, 2000 and before January 1, 2009, 
25%.
(3)  For the purpose of sections 26(1)(i) and 106(1)(g) of the Act, the 
weighted average rate for a taxation year is the aggregate of the 
amounts that are the product obtained when the specified rate for a 
period, all or part of which falls in the taxation year, is multiplied by 
the proportion that the number of days in the taxation year that are in 
that period is of the total number of days in the taxation year.
(4)  For the purpose of sections 26.4(1) and 112(1) of the Act, the 
moving average of the specified rates at the end of a particular month 
in a taxation year is the aggregate of the amounts that are the product 
obtained when the specified rate for a period, all or part of which falls 
in the taxation year on or before the end of the month, is multiplied by 
the proportion that the number of days in the period to the end of the 
month is of the number of days in the taxation year to the end of the 
month.
Retention period of records and books
6   Subsection 5800(1) of the federal regulations applies for the 
purpose of prescribing the retention periods for records and books of 
account required to be retained under section 61(3)(a) of the Act.
Interest rates
7   Part XLIII of the federal regulations applies for the purpose of 
prescribing the interest rate under any section of the Act requiring a 
prescribed interest rate, except that
	(a)	the reference to "Receiver General" in paragraph 4301(a) of 
the federal regulations shall be read as a reference to 
"Provincial Minister",
	(b)	subparagraph 4301(a)(ii) of the federal regulations shall be 
read as "3.5 per cent", and
	(c)	subparagraph 4301(b)(ii) of the federal regulations shall be 
read as "0.0 per cent".
Consequential
8   The Regulations Act Regulation (AR 288/99) is amended by 
repealing section 17(1)(t).
Repeal
9   The Alberta Corporate Tax Regulation (AR 105/81) is repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 120/2008
Government Organization Act
EDUCATION GRANTS REGULATION
Filed: July 10, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 297/2008) 
on July 9, 2008 pursuant to section 13 of the Government Organization Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Interpretation
	2	General authority to make grants
	3	Applications for grants
	4	Delegation of powers and duties
	5	Agreements
	6	Methods of payment
	7	Conditions on which grants are made
	8	Variation of purpose or conditions
	9	Repayment of grant
	10	Deductions from grants
	11	Effect of cessation of services
	12	Repeal
	13	Expiry
	14	Coming into force
Interpretation
1(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)	"grant" means a grant under this Regulation;
	(b)	"Minister" means the Minister of Education;
	(c)	"recipient" means the recipient of a grant.
(2)  References in this Regulation to the use of grant money include, 
where the terms and conditions of the grant so allow, the disbursement 
of the money by the recipient to others for their use.
General authority to make grants
2   The Minister may make grants, in accordance with this Regulation, 
for any purpose related to any program, service or matter under the 
Minister's administration.
Applications for grants
3   Where an application for a grant is required, the application must 
be made in the manner and form determined by the Minister.
Delegation of powers and duties
4   The Minister may delegate in writing to any employee of the 
Government any power conferred or duty imposed on the Minister by 
section 13 of the Government Organization Act or by this Regulation.
Agreements
5   The Minister may enter into agreements with respect to any matters 
relating to the payment of grants.
Methods of payment
6   The Minister may provide for the payment of a grant in a lump sum 
or by instalments at the times the Minister considers appropriate.
Conditions on which grants are made
7   In addition to any conditions imposed by the Minister, it is a 
condition of every grant made under section 2
	(a)	that the recipient shall
	(i)	use the grant only for the purpose for which it is made,
	(ii)	account to the Minister, in the manner that the Minister 
determines and to the Minister's satisfaction, for how 
the grant money or any portion of it was or is being 
used,
	(iii)	permit a representative of the Minister or the Auditor 
General to examine any books or records that the 
Minister or the Auditor General considers necessary to 
determine how the grant money has been or is being 
used, and
	(iv)	provide to the Minister, on request, any information the 
Minister considers necessary for the purpose of 
determining whether or not the recipient has complied 
or is complying with the conditions of the grant,
	(b)	that where all or part of the grant money is required to be 
repaid under section 9
	(i)	the amount required to be repaid constitutes a debt due 
to the Government and is recoverable in an action in 
debt against the recipient, and
	(ii)	that a certificate signed by the Minister stating that a 
grant was made and that the Minister has required 
repayment of all or part of the grant money in 
accordance with this Regulation is prima facie proof of 
the debt due by the recipient to the Government,
		and
	(c)	that where payment is made to the Government under section 
10(3), a certificate signed by the Minister stating
	(i)	the amount of the indebtedness to the Government,
	(ii)	the amount of the grant applied toward reduction or 
elimination of the indebtedness,
	(iii)	the amount, if any, of the debt remaining after 
application of the grant, and
	(iv)	the situation respecting interest, if any, due on the 
indebtedness
		is prima facie proof of the facts stated in the certificate.
Variation of purpose or conditions
8   The Minister may, by giving written notice to the recipient, vary
	(a)	the purpose of a grant, or
	(b)	any other term or condition of a grant, other than a condition 
referred to in section 7.
Repayment of grant
9(1)  The Minister may require a recipient to repay all or part of the 
grant money if the recipient
	(a)	fails to comply with a condition of the grant, 
	(b)	has provided any false, misleading or inaccurate information 
in order to obtain the grant, or
	(c)	has received a grant for which the recipient was ineligible.
(2)  A recipient shall repay any unused portion of a grant, unless the 
Minister, on the application of the recipient, varies the purpose or 
conditions of the grant under section 8, so as to allow the use of the 
remainder of the grant under the varied purpose or conditions.
Deductions from grants
10(1)  The Minister may make a deduction from a grant
	(a)	if the recipient or prospective recipient becomes indebted in 
any respect to the Government, or
	(b)	if the Minister, in the Minister's sole discretion, considers the 
deduction appropriate.
(2)  The deduction may be any amount up to and including the total 
amount of the grant payable.
(3)  The Minister may use all or any of the grant deducted for payment 
to a person who would be entitled to receive it from the prospective 
recipient.
Effect of cessation of services
11   Where a grant is made for purposes related to the education of 
children in early childhood services programs or of students in school 
programs and there is a cessation of services by teachers or other 
employees of a board or other person or organization by reason of a 
strike or lockout, the Minister may
	(a)	calculate the portion of a grant in respect of the period of 
cessation, and
	(b)	after considering the continuing operating costs incurred 
during the period of cessation, reduce the total amount of the 
grant by any sum up to the amount calculated under clause 
(a).
Repeal
12   The Learning Grants Regulation (AR 77/2003) is repealed.
Expiry
13   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 November 1, 2018.
Coming into force
14   This Regulation comes into force on July 15, 2008.


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Alberta Regulation 121/2008
Government Organization Act
ADVANCED EDUCATION AND TECHNOLOGY  
GRANTS REGULATION
Filed: July 10, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 299/2008) 
on July 9, 2008 pursuant to section 13 of the Government Organization Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Interpretation
	2	Delegation of powers and duties
	3	General authority to make grants
	4	Eligibility criteria
	5	Applications for grants
	6	Agreements
	7	Payment
	8	Conditions of grants
	9	Variation of grants
	10	Repayment of grants
	11	Deductions from grants
	12	Expiry
	13	Coming into force
Interpretation
1(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)	"grant" means a grant under this Regulation;
	(b)	"Minister" means the Minister of Advanced Education and 
Technology;
	(c)	"recipient" means the recipient of a grant.
(2)  References in this Regulation to the use of grant money include, 
where the terms and conditions of the grant so allow, the disbursement 
of the money by the recipient to others for their use.
Delegation of powers and duties
2   The Minister may delegate in writing to any employee of the 
Government any power conferred or duty imposed on the Minister by 
section 13 of the Government Organization Act or by this Regulation.
General authority to make grants
3   The Minister may, in accordance with this Regulation, make grants 
to persons or organizations for any purpose related to a program, 
service or other matter under the administration of the Minister on any 
terms or conditions the Minister considers appropriate.
Eligibility criteria
4(1)  The Minister may establish eligibility criteria for grants.
(2)  The Minister may waive eligibility criteria for grants in any 
circumstances in which the Minister considers it appropriate to waive 
the criteria.
Applications for grants
5   Where an application for a grant is required, the application must 
be made in the manner and form determined by the Minister.
Agreements
6   The Minister may enter into agreements with respect to any matters 
relating to the payment of grants.
Payment
7   The Minister may provide for the payment of a grant in a lump sum 
or by instalments at the times the Minister considers appropriate.
Conditions of grants
8   In addition to any conditions imposed by the Minister, it is a 
condition of every grant made under section 3
	(a)	that the recipient shall
	(i)	use the grant only for the purpose for which it is made,
	(ii)	account to the Minister, in the manner that the Minister 
determines and to the Minister's satisfaction, for how 
the grant money or any portion of it was or is being 
used,
	(iii)	permit a representative of the Minister or the Auditor 
General to examine any books or records that the 
Minister or the Auditor General considers necessary to 
determine how the grant has been or is being used, and
	(iv)	provide to the Minister, on request, any information the 
Minister considers necessary for the purpose of 
determining whether or not the recipient has complied 
or is complying with the conditions of the grant,
	(b)	that where the grant is required to be repaid under section 10
	(i)	the amount required to be repaid constitutes a debt due 
to the Government and is recoverable in an action in 
debt against the recipient, and
	(ii)	that a certificate signed by the Minister stating that a 
grant was made and that the Minister has required 
repayment of the grant in accordance with this 
Regulation is prima facie proof of the debt due by the 
recipient to the Government,
		and
	(c)	that where payment is made to the Government under section 
11(3), a certificate signed by the Minister stating
	(i)	the amount of the indebtedness to the Government,
	(ii)	the amount of the grant applied toward reduction or 
elimination of the indebtedness,
	(iii)	the amount, if any, of the debt remaining after 
application of the grant, and
	(iv)	the situation respecting interest, if any, due on the 
indebtedness
		is prima facie proof of the facts stated in the certificate.
Variation of grants
9   The Minister may, by giving written notice to the recipient, vary
	(a)	the purpose of a grant, or
	(b)	any other term or condition of a grant, other than a condition 
referred to in section 8.
Repayment of grants
10(1)  The Minister may require a recipient to repay all or part of the 
grant money or to use the balance of the grant money for purposes 
approved by the Minister if the recipient
	(a)	fails to comply with a condition of the grant, 
	(b)	has provided any false, misleading or inaccurate information 
in order to obtain the grant, or
	(c)	has received a grant for which the recipient was ineligible.
(2)  A recipient of a grant shall repay any unused portion of a grant, 
unless the Minister, on the application of the recipient, varies the 
purpose or conditions of the grant under section 9 so as to allow the 
use of the remainder of the grant under the varied purpose or 
conditions.
Deductions from grants
11(1)  The Minister may make a deduction from a grant
	(a)	if the recipient or prospective recipient becomes indebted in 
any respect to the Government, or
	(b)	if the Minister, in the Minister's sole discretion, considers the 
deduction appropriate.
(2)  The deduction may be any amount up to and including 100% of 
the grant payable.
(3)  The Minister may use all or any of the grant deducted for payment 
to a person who would be entitled to receive it from the prospective 
recipient.
Expiry
12   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 November 30, 2014.
Coming into force
13   This Regulation comes into force on July 15, 2008.



Alberta Regulation 122/2008
Fatality Inquiries Act
FATALITY INQUIRIES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 10, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 336/2008) 
on July 9, 2008 pursuant to section 55 of the Fatality Inquiries Act. 
1   The Fatality Inquiries Regulation (AR 65/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   The Schedule is amended by repealing section 3(1) and 
substituting the following:
3(1)  The fee payable to a person who transports a body is up to 
$250 per vehicle for the first 20 kilometres and up to $1.00 a 
kilometre thereafter for transportation and attendant services.

3   This Regulation comes into force on August 1, 2008.


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Alberta Regulation 123/2008
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
FIELD HEAT TREATMENT TECHNICIAN OCCUPATION REGULATION
Filed: July 15, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training 
Board on June 27, 2008 pursuant to section 37(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry 
Training Act and approved by the Minister of Advanced Education and Technology 
on July 10, 2008 pursuant to section 37(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry 
Training Act.
Table of Contents
	1	Definition
	2	Constitution of the occupation
	3	Tasks, activities and functions
	4	Expiry
	5	Coming into force
Definition
1   In this Regulation, "occupation" means the occupation of field heat 
treatment technician designated as a designated occupation under the 
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act.
Constitution of the occupation
2   The undertaking that constitutes the occupation is the field 
application of heat to the following materials to intentionally alter the 
material's properties:
	(a)	ferrous and non-ferrous alloy;
	(b)	refractory;
	(c)	coating;
	(d)	glass.
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)	apply codes, specifications and quality control programs;
	(b)	interpret blueprints or schematic drawings, and prepare 
sketches;
	(c)	determine appropriate heat treatment method and set up;
	(d)	set up, calibrate, maintain, operate and repair heat treatment 
instruments and equipment;
	(e)	annealing, normalizing, preheating, solution annealing, 
thermal stabilizing and stress relieving;
	(f)	drying out, curing and baking out using gases or electricity;
	(g)	degassing to remove hydrogen or other contaminants;
	(h)	enhancement applications;
	(i)	thermal alignment and expansion;
	(j)	hardness testing;
	(k)	line thawing;
	(l)	maintain appropriate documentation to support quality 
control specifications and processes;
	(m)	comply with site and process specific safety procedures.
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 June 30, 2013.
Coming into force
5   This Regulation comes into force on August 1, 2008.