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Alberta Regulation 46/2010
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
IRONWORKER TRADE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 6, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training 
Board on March 19, 2010 pursuant to section 22.1(1) of the Apprenticeship and 
Industry Training Act and approved by the Minister of Advanced Education and 
Technology on March 30, 2010 pursuant to section 22.1(1) of the Apprenticeship and 
Industry Training Act. 
1   The Ironworker Trade Regulation (AR 156/2006) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   The following is added after section 7:
American ironworkers
7.1(1)  In this section, "USA ironworker certificate of completion of 
apprenticeship" means a certificate of completion of apprenticeship 
in the Ironworker Apprenticeship Certification Program issued by a 
Local Union Apprenticeship Program that is certified by the 
Apprenticeship and Training Department of the International 
Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing 
Ironworkers in the United States of America.
(2)  Even though a person is not otherwise permitted under the 
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act to work in the ironworker 
branch of the trade, a person may carry out the tasks, activities and 
functions in the undertakings that constitute that branch of the trade 
if the person holds a USA ironworker certificate of completion of 
apprenticeship.



Alberta Regulation 47/2010
Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act
ADULT GUARDIANSHIP AND TRUSTEESHIP (MINISTERIAL) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 14, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Seniors and Community Supports 
(M.O. 029/2010) on April 1, 2010 pursuant to section 116(2) of the Adult 
Guardianship and Trusteeship Act. 
1   The Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship (Ministerial) 
Regulation (AR 224/2009) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 7 is amended


	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "as" and 
substituting "in";
	(b)	by repealing subsections (6) to (9) and substituting 
the following:
(6)  An assessment of an adult's capacity to make a decision 
respecting the adult's health care or the adult's temporary 
admission to or discharge from a residential facility, for the 
purposes of section 87 of the Act, must be in the form set out in 
Part 1 of Form 6 in the Schedule.
(7)  A declaration of a specific decision maker for the purposes 
of section 90 of the Act must be in the form set out in Part 2 of 
Form 6 in the Schedule.
(8)  A written record that a health care provider is required to 
keep for the purposes of section 91 of the Act must be in the 
form set out in Part 3 of Form 6 in the Schedule.

3   The Schedule is amended
	(a)	in Form 3
	(i)	in item 5(a)(ii)(B) by striking out "assessment;" 
and substituting "assessment,";
	(ii)	in item 7(g) by striking out "adult;" and 
substituting "adult.";
	(b)	by repealing Forms 6 to 9 and substituting the form 
set out in the Schedule.
Schedule 
 
Form 6 
 
Specific Decision Making
Part 1 - Assessment of Capacity
1.  I,    (name of physician, nurse practitioner or dentist)   , met with 
   (name of the adult)    ("the adult") on    (day/month/year)    to assess 
the adult's capacity to make a decision to consent or refuse to consent 
to
	?  (a)	the following proposed health care for the adult:
		            (describe the proposed health care)            
		or
	?  (b)	the adult's proposed
	?   (i)	temporary admission to, or
	?  (ii)	discharge from 
		the following residential facility or type of residential 
facility, as the case may be:
		   (set out the name or type of proposed residential facility, 
including a transitional facility)   .
2.  I certify that, in conducting the assessment, I complied with the 
requirements of sections 18, 19 and 20 of the Adult Guardianship and 
Trusteeship Regulation ("AGTR"), including but not limited to the 
requirements to inform the adult of his or her right to refuse to be 
assessed and to provide the adult with the information that a reasonable 
person would require to make the decision referred to in item 1 above.
	?	(check if applicable)    I am unable to certify that the adult 
comprehended the information.
3.  It is my assessment that the adult 
	?  (a)	has the capacity to make the decision described in item 1 
above, because the adult
	(i)	understands the information that is relevant to the 
decision, and
	(ii)	appreciates the reasonably foreseeable consequences of 
the decision and of failing to make the decision,
		or
	?  (b)	does not have the capacity to make the decision described in 
item 1 above, because the adult
	(i)	does not understand the information that is relevant to 
the decision, and
	(ii)	does not appreciate the reasonably foreseeable 
consequences of the decision and of failing to make the 
decision.
4.  (Complete this item only if item 3(b) is selected)  I have informed 
the adult that I assessed the adult as not having the capacity to make a 
decision to consent or refuse to consent to the proposed health care, 
admission or discharge described in item 1 above, and I have advised 
the adult of his or her rights under sections 96 and 97 of the Adult 
Guardianship and Trusteeship Act ("AGTA") in compliance with 
section 21 of the AGTR.
	?	(check if applicable)    I am unable to certify that the adult 
comprehended the information.
   (name of physician, nurse practitioner or dentist conducting the assessment)   
	 
  (signature of physician, nurse practitioner or dentist conducting the assessment)   
Dated at    (location)    in the Province of Alberta this    (day)    of 
   (month)   ,    (year)   .
Part 2 - Declaration of Specific Decision Maker
1.  I,    (name of specific decision maker)    have been selected by 
   (name of physician, nurse practitioner or dentist who selected the 
specific decision maker)    to make a decision for    (name of the 
adult)    to consent or refuse to consent to the proposed health care, 
admission or discharge described in item 1 of Part 1 of this form.
2.  I understand that I am not authorized to make the decision referred 
to in item 1 above until I have made this declaration.
3.  I declare that I (a) am 18 years of age or older, (b) am available and 
willing to make the decision, (c) am able to make the decision, (d) 
have been in contact with the adult in the previous 12 months, (e) have 
knowledge of the adult's wishes respecting the decision to be made or 
of the beliefs and values of the adult, (f) do not have a dispute with the 
adult that might affect my ability to comply with the duties of a 
specific decision maker, (g) will carry out the duties and 
responsibilities of a specific decision maker, and (h) will comply with 
the requirements of Part 3, Division 1 of the AGTA in making a 
decision for the adult.
4.  I have been given a pamphlet outlining my responsibilities and the 
restrictions on my authority under the AGTA and its Regulations.
5.  I understand that I am required to make reasonable efforts to notify 
the nearest relative of the adult of the decision made and to notify the 
Public Guardian of the decision made if I am not able to notify the 
nearest relative.
   (name of specific decision maker)   
   (mailing or street address of specific decision maker)   
	
   (signature of specific decision maker)   
	
   (signature of witness)   
Dated at    (location)    in the Province of Alberta this    (day)    of 
   (month)   ,    (year)   .
Part 3 - Record of Health Care Provider
1.  I selected    (name of specific decision maker)    to make a decision 
for    (name of the adult)    to consent or refuse to consent to the 
proposed health care, admission or discharge described in item 1 of 
Part 1 of this form.
2.  The specific decision maker made the following specific decision 
for the adult on    (day/month/year)   :
	?  (a)	that the adult receive the health care described in item 1 of 
Part 1 of this form, specifically: 
		            (describe the proposed health care)            
or
	?  (b)	that the adult be
	?  (i)	temporarily admitted to, or
	?  (ii)	discharged from
		the residential facility or type of residential facility set out in 
item 1 of Part 1 of this form, specifically: 
   (set out the name or type of proposed residential facility, including a 
transitional facility)   .
   (name of physician, nurse practitioner or dentist who conducted the 
assessment)   
	
	(signature of physician, nurse practitioner or dentist who conducted the 
assessment) 
Dated at    (location)    in the Province of Alberta this    (day)    of 
   (month)   ,    (year)   .


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Alberta Regulation 48/2010
Traffic Safety Act
DRIVERS' HOURS OF SERVICE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 15, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Transportation (M.O. 07/10) on April 
12, 2010 pursuant to section 156 of the Traffic Safety Act. 
1   The Drivers' Hours of Service Regulation (AR 317/2002) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 22 is amended by striking out "July 1, 2010" and 
substituting "July 1, 2012".


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Alberta Regulation 49/2010
Traffic Safety Act
VEHICLE INSPECTION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 15, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Transportation (M.O. 05/10) on April 
12, 2010 pursuant to section 81 of the Traffic Safety Act. 
1   The Vehicle Inspection Regulation (AR 211/2006) is 
amended by this Regulation.
2   Section 1(1)(t) is amended by striking out "granted under" 
and substituting "as defined in".

3   Section 15(1) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Sale of used motor vehicle
15(1)  Subject to subsection (2), a dealer in used motor vehicles 
shall, before entering into a contract to sell a motor vehicle, give to 
the buyer a used motor vehicle mechanical fitness assessment that 
contains the following:
	(a)	a statement identifying the type of motor vehicle as a truck, 
motorcycle, bus, van, light truck, automobile or other type of 
motor vehicle;
	(b)	a statement showing the make, model, year, vehicle 
identification number, odometer reading in kilometres or 
miles, licence plate number and province of registration of 
the vehicle;
	(c)	the name and address of the dealer selling the vehicle and the 
name of the technician who issued the mechanical fitness 
assessment;
	(d)	a statement that the mechanical fitness assessment expires 
120 days after the date on which it was issued;
	(e)	a statement certifying that at the time of sale the motor 
vehicle
	(i)	complies with the Vehicle Equipment Regulation 
(AR 122/2009), or
	(ii)	does not comply with the Vehicle Equipment Regulation 
(AR 122/2009) and containing a description of the items 
of equipment that are missing or do not comply with the 
Vehicle Equipment Regulation (AR 122/2009);
	(f)	the signature of the technician who conducted the mechanical 
fitness assessment;
	(g)	the date the mechanical fitness assessment was issued.
(1.1)  Despite section 1(1)(r), for the purposes of subsection (1), 
"technician" means a person who,
	(a)	in the case of a mechanical fitness assessment of passenger 
vehicles and light trucks, holds a subsisting trade certificate 
in the designated trade of automotive service technician 
under the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act, or
	(b)	in the case of a mechanical fitness assessment of heavy 
vehicles and equipment, holds a subsisting trade certificate in 
the heavy equipment technician branch or the truck and 
transport mechanic branch of the designated trade of heavy 
equipment technician under the Apprenticeship and Industry 
Training Act.

4   Section 16 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Expiry of mechanical fitness assessment
16   A dealer's mechanical fitness assessment provided under 
section 15(1) for a used motor vehicle expires 120 days after the date 
on which it was issued.


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Alberta Regulation 50/2010
Government Organization Act
STORAGE TANK SYSTEM MANAGEMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 15, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 118/2010) 
on April 15, 2010 pursuant to Schedule 10, section 2 of the Government Organization 
Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Delegation
	3	Authorization to assess and collect
	4	Conditions
	5	Limiting legal liability
	6	Appeals
	7	Records
	8	Reporting
	9	Expiry
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"accredited agency" means an accredited agency as defined 
in the Safety Codes Act;
	(b)	"accredited corporation" means an accredited corporation as 
defined in the Safety Codes Act;
	(c)	"accredited municipality" means an accredited municipality 
as defined in the Safety Codes Act; 
	(d)	"accredited regional services commission" means an 
accredited regional services commission as defined in the 
Safety Codes Act; 
	(e)	"Act" means the Government Organization Act;
	(f)	"Administration Agreement" means a written agreement 
between the Minister and the Association, entitled 
Administration Agreement, relating to the powers, duties and 
functions delegated to the Association under section 2(1);
	(g)	"Administrator" means an Administrator as defined in the 
Safety Codes Act;
	(h)	"Agency Service Agreement" means a written agreement 
between the Minister and the Association, entitled Agency 
Service Agreement, relating to the powers, duties and 
functions delegated to the Association under section 2(2) and 
(3);
	(i)	"Alberta Fire Code" means the Fire Code declared in force 
by the Fire Code Regulation (AR 118/2007);
	(j)	"Association" means the Petroleum Tank Management 
Association of Alberta incorporated under the Societies Act;
	(k)	"authority having jurisdiction" means a local authority,  
Administrator or safety codes officer as defined in the Safety 
Codes Act, or the authority having jurisdiction as defined in 
the Alberta Fire Code;
	(l)	"confidential information" means information acquired by 
the Association while carrying out its powers, duties and 
functions under this Regulation; 
	(m)	"Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy 
Coordinator" means an employee of the Government 
designated by the Deputy Minister as a Freedom of 
Information and Protection of Privacy Coordinator;
	(n)	"Minister" means the Minister designated with the 
responsibility for the administration of the Safety Codes Act, 
and "Deputy Minister" means the Deputy of that Minister;
	(o)	"permit" means a permit referred to in section 10 of the 
Permit Regulation (AR 204/2007);
	(p)	"rules" means rules made by the Association under section 3 
of Schedule 10 of the Act; 
	(q)	"safety codes officer" means a safety codes officer as defined 
in the Safety Codes Act;
	(r)	"storage tank system" means a storage tank system as 
defined in the Alberta Fire Code.
Delegation
2(1)  The powers, duties and functions of the Administrator with 
respect to Article 2.2.3.1 and Subsection 2.2.5 of Part 2, Division C of 
the Alberta Fire Code are delegated to the Association.
(2)  Subject to subsection (4), the powers, duties and functions of the 
authority having jurisdiction with respect to storage tank systems are 
delegated to the Association with respect to the following:
	(a)	the acceptance of longer intervals between inspections and 
tests;
	(b)	the issuance of permits or approvals and the examination of 
plans, drawings and specifications;
	(c)	the assignment of site sensitivity classifications;
	(d)	the receipt of notification of leaks and spills;
	(e)	the receipt of notification of underground storage tanks being 
taken out of service for a period exceeding 180 days;
	(f)	the receipt of notification of the reactivation of underground 
storage tanks;
	(g)	the receipt of notification of the removal of underground 
storage tanks that have no further use or that have been out of 
service for more than 2 years;
	(h)	the receipt of notification that soil is contaminated where 
underground tanks have been removed, the receipt of reports 
showing the extent of the soil contamination and acceptance 
of the manner of removing, treating or replacing the soil;
	(i)	the granting of permission to abandon a storage tank;
	(j)	the receipt of notification of the reactivation of above-ground 
storage tanks.
(3)  The powers, duties and functions of a safety codes officer under 
section 44 of the Safety Codes Act are delegated to the Association if 
the exercise of the power or duty or the carrying out of the function is 
related to the exercise of a power or duty or the carrying out of a 
function under subsection (2).
(4)  The delegations under subsections (2) and (3) do not apply within 
the boundaries of an accredited municipality or accredited regional 
services commission, or within the geographical area where an 
accredited corporation has jurisdiction.
(5)  The Association is authorized, with the consent of the Minister, to 
provide advice to the Minister on the powers, duties and functions 
delegated under this Regulation.
(6)  Where, in the opinion of the Minister, the Association has not 
complied with the terms of the Safety Codes Act, the Act, this 
Regulation, the Administration Agreement or the Agency Service 
Agreement the Minister may direct a safety codes officer to exercise 
the powers and perform the duties and functions of the Association, 
including providing services with respect to permits issued by the 
Association.
Authorization to assess and collect
3   The Association is authorized
	(a)	to impose assessments, fees and charges with the approval of 
the Minister, and
	(b)	to collect money by the levy of assessments, fees and 
charges, with respect to the powers, duties and functions 
delegated to it under this Regulation, on persons who apply 
for or are provided with services, materials or programs, 
including, but not limited to, providing information, issuing a 
permit, certificate or other thing or on notifying, filing with 
or registering any thing with the Association.
Conditions
4(1)  The delegation of powers, duties and functions under section 2 is 
subject to the following conditions:
	(a)	the Association must exercise its powers and authorizations 
and perform the duties and functions delegated to it by this 
Regulation in accordance with the Administration Agreement 
and the Agency Service Agreement;
	(b)	the Association must comply with this Regulation;
	(c)	any confidential information acquired by the Association, its 
directors, officers or employees and agents in the course of 
carrying out their powers, duties and functions under this 
Regulation must not be disclosed or made known to any 
other person, except as is necessary to carry out those 
powers, duties and functions or in a manner consistent with 
the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act;
	(d)	a request for information made to the Association for 
confidential information must be directed to the Freedom of 
Information and Protection of Privacy Coordinator, and the 
Association must respond to the request as directed by the 
Coordinator;
	(e)	the Association must designate a person to be responsible for 
confidential information matters and matters related to 
records management;
	(f)	all computer software and systems used or developed by the 
Association, the information on the software and systems, 
and anything generated or capable of generation by them, for 
the carrying out of the Association's powers, duties and 
functions under this Regulation, the Administration 
Agreement or the Agency Service Agreement is owned by 
the Government of Alberta.
(2)  All money received by the Association under the authority of this 
Regulation must be recorded and accounted for in accordance with 
generally accepted accounting principles, and receipts for money 
received must be provided on request of the person paying the money.
(3)  The Association is authorized to use the money collected by it 
under this Regulation to pay costs incurred in carrying out its powers, 
duties and functions under this Regulation.
Limiting legal liability
5(1)  No action lies against the Association or against all or any of its 
directors, officers, agents or employees for anything done or not done 
by any of them in good faith while carrying out their powers, duties 
and functions under this Regulation.
(2)  The Association and its directors, officers, employees and agents 
are not liable for any damage caused by a decision related to the 
system of inspections, examinations, evaluations and investigations, 
including, but not limited to, a decision relating to their frequency and 
how they are carried out.
(3)  If the Association engages the services of an accredited agency to 
carry out its powers, duties and functions under this Regulation, the 
Association is not liable for any negligence or nuisance by the 
accredited agency that causes injury, loss or damage to any person or 
property.
Appeals
6(1)  Pursuant to section 2(1)(e) of Schedule 10 of the Act, a person 
affected by an action taken or a decision made by the Association or its 
agents, directors, officers or employees in relation to the carrying out 
of functions may request in writing that the Minister review the action 
or decision concerning those matters related to this Regulation, the 
Administration Agreement or the Agency Service Agreement but not 
governed by section 50 of the Safety Codes Act.
(2)  The Minister may decide whether to hear an appeal under 
subsection (1).
(3)  On hearing an appeal, the Minister may confirm, vary or revoke 
the action or decision that is the subject-matter of the appeal.
(4)  A decision made by the Minister with respect to an appeal under 
this section is final.
Records
7(1)  All records in the custody or control of the Association that are 
required in the carrying out of its powers, duties and functions under 
this Regulation must be managed, maintained and destroyed in 
accordance with subsection (2) and
	(a)	the Records Management Regulation (AR 224/2001), or
	(b)	a regulation that replaces the Records Management 
Regulation (AR 224/2001).
(2)  The following conditions apply to records described in subsection 
(1):
	(a)	records must be managed under the direction of a senior 
records officer to whom a deputy head, as defined in the 
Records Management Regulation (AR 22/2001), has 
assigned powers and duties under that Regulation;
	(b)	the Association must designate a person to be responsible for 
records management, confidential information and privacy 
matters;
	(c)	the Association must comply with the Freedom of 
Information and Protection of Privacy Act in the course of 
carrying out its powers, duties and functions under this 
Regulation;
	(d)	all records created or maintained in the course of carrying out 
the powers, duties and functions under this Regulation 
become and remain the property of the Crown in the right of 
Alberta;
	(e)	all confidential information acquired by the Association and 
its agents, directors, officers and employees must be kept 
confidential and the privacy of each individual must be 
protected from unreasonable invasion and the Association 
must establish appropriate rules and make reasonable 
security arrangements to protect confidential information 
against such risks as unauthorized access, collection, use, 
disclosure or disposal of confidential information in 
accordance with Part 1 of the Freedom of Information and 
Protection of Privacy Act;
	(f)	the Association must provide any records required in 
accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection 
of Privacy Act to the Freedom of Information and Protection 
of Privacy Coordinator within the time period set out in the 
Administration Agreement or the Agency Service 
Agreement.
(3)  The Association must maintain records with respect to storage tank 
systems that include the following: 
	(a)	receiving of applications for registration; 
	(b)	registering storage tanks;
	(c)	issuing registration certificates; 
	(d)	cancelling storage tank registrations; 
	(e)	issuing replacement registration certificates. 
Reporting
8   The Association must report on its activities to the Minister at least 
once a year, at a time and in a manner specified by the Minister, as set 
out in the Administration Agreement or the Agency Service 
Agreement and in accordance with section 10 of Schedule 10 of the 
Act.
Expiry
9   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 February 28, 2015.


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Alberta Regulation 51/2010
Personal Information Protection Act
PERSONAL INFORMATION PROTECTION ACT 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 15, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 123/2010) 
on April 15, 2010 pursuant to section 62 of the Personal Information Protection Act. 
1   The Personal Information Protection Act Regulation 
(AR 366/2003) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Definition
1   In this Regulation, "Act" means the Personal Information 
Protection Act.

3   The heading of Part 1 is amended by striking out 
"Definitions" and substituting "Definition".

4   Section 3 is amended by striking out "section 1(j)" and 
substituting "sections 1(1)(j), 15(1)(a), 18(1)(a) and 21(1)(a)".

5   Sections 4 and 5 are repealed.

6   Section 6 is amended
	(a)	in clauses (a) and (b) by striking out "an Alberta 
regulation" wherever it occurs and substituting "a 
regulation of Alberta";
	(b)	by repealing clause (e)(i) and substituting the 
following:
	(i)	that is operated pursuant to a statute of Alberta or a 
regulation of Alberta by
	(A)	an organization, or
	(B)	a local public body as defined in the Freedom of 
Information and Protection of Privacy Act,
			and

7   Section 8(1) is repealed and the following is substituted:
Designated and non-designated offices
8(1)  For the purpose of enabling an individual to make a request 
under section 24(1) or 25(1) of the Act, an organization may 
designate one or more offices of the organization to which the 
individual may direct a written request.

8   Section 10 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Alternative means for making a request
10   Notwithstanding anything in this Part, an organization may 
provide alternative means for an applicant to make a request under 
section 24(1) or 25(1) of the Act if the applicant is unable to make a 
written request.

9   Section 15 is amended by adding "or for information about 
the use or disclosure of the applicant's personal information" after 
"personal information."

10   Section 18 is repealed.

11   Part 6 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Part 6 
Notification of Loss of or 
Unauthorized Access to or Disclosure 
of Personal Information
Notice to the Commissioner
19   A notice provided by an organization to the Commissioner 
under section 34.1(1) of the Act must be in writing and include the 
following information:
	(a)	a description of the circumstances of the loss or unauthorized 
access or disclosure;
	(b)	the date on which or time period during which the loss or 
unauthorized access or disclosure occurred;
	(c)	a description of the personal information involved in the loss 
or unauthorized access or disclosure;
	(d)	an assessment of the risk of harm to individuals as a result of 
the loss or unauthorized access or disclosure;
	(e)	an estimate of the number of individuals to whom there is a 
real risk of significant harm as a result of the loss or 
unauthorized access or disclosure;
	(f)	a description of any steps the organization has taken to 
reduce the risk of harm to individuals;
	(g)	a description of any steps the organization has taken to notify 
individuals of the loss or unauthorized access or disclosure;
	(h)	the name of and contact information for a person who can 
answer, on behalf of the organization, the Commissioner's 
questions about the loss or unauthorized access or disclosure.
Notification to individuals
19.1(1)  Where an organization is required under section 37.1 of the 
Act to notify an individual to whom there is a real risk of significant 
harm as a result of a loss of or unauthorized access to or disclosure 
of personal information, the notification must
	(a)	be given directly to the individual, and
	(b)	include
	(i)	a description of the circumstances of the loss or 
unauthorized access or disclosure,
	(ii)	the date on which or time period during which the loss 
or unauthorized access or disclosure occurred,
	(iii)	a description of the personal information involved in the 
loss or unauthorized access or disclosure,
	(iv)	a description of any steps the organization has taken to 
reduce the risk of harm, and
	(v)	contact information for a person who can answer, on 
behalf of the organization, questions about the loss or 
unauthorized access or disclosure.
(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1)(a), where an organization is 
required to notify an individual under section 37.1 of the Act, the 
notification may be given to the individual indirectly if the 
Commissioner determines that direct notification would be 
unreasonable in the circumstances.

12   Section 28 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Act and personal information code prevail
28   If a provision of
	(a)	any legislative instrument of a professional regulatory 
organization, other than a personal information code, or
	(b)	any rule of conduct or practice, policy, directive or 
instruction of any nature of a professional regulatory 
organization
is in conflict with a provision of the Act, the personal information 
code of the professional regulatory organization or the operation of 
the Act as modified by the personal information code, the Act and 
the personal information code prevail.

13   Section 30 is amended by striking out "2010" and 
substituting "2019".

14   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into 
force of the Personal Information Protection Amendment 
Act, 2009.


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Alberta Regulation 52/2010
Security Services and Investigators Act
SECURITY SERVICES AND INVESTIGATORS REGULATION
Filed: April 15, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 126/2010) 
on April 15, 2010 pursuant to section 47 of the Security Services and Investigators 
Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Exemptions from licensing
	3	Individual licensee reporting requirements
	4	Business licensee reporting requirements
	5	Reports
	6	Locksmith tools
	7	Automotive lock bypass tools
	8	Restrictions on weapons
	9	Authorized weapons and equipment
	10	Restricted weapons or prohibited devices
	11	Armoured vehicle service
	12	Records
	13	Advertising
	14	Collection, use and disclosure of personal information
	15	Offence
	16	Expiry
	17	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"armoured vehicle" means a motor vehicle constructed or 
adapted to protect its occupants
	(i)	from forced entry, and
	(ii)	from firearms;
	(b)	"armoured vehicle service" means a company that performs 
services related to the transportation of property in an 
armoured vehicle with armed guards.
Exemptions from licensing
2   In addition to the persons and classes of persons set out in section 
10 of the Act, the following persons or classes of persons are exempt 
from the requirement to be licensed under the Act and the regulations:
	(a)	business entities or in-house employees of business entities 
governed under the Bank Act (Canada);
	(b)	finance entities or in-house employees of finance entities as 
defined under the Finance Entity Regulations (Canada);
	(c)	entities or in-house employees of entities governed under the 
Credit Union Act;
	(d)	employees of an innkeeper who are responsible for the 
maintenance and management of guest room keys and key 
systems;
	(e)	any individual who performs an activity described under Part 
1 of the Act, except the activities described in section 4 of the 
Act, if that activity is incidental to the individual's primary 
job duties or functions.
Individual licensee reporting requirements
3(1)  An individual licensee who is arrested or charged with an offence 
under the Criminal Code (Canada) or the Controlled Drugs and 
Substances Act (Canada) or any other enactment of Canada must, 
within 24 hours, provide a report to the Registrar in writing of the 
arrest or charge laid.
(2)  If an individual licensee loses his or her licence, the individual 
licensee must, within 24 hours, report the loss to the Registrar in 
writing.
(3)  An individual licensee must report a change in information 
described under section 18(a) or (b) of the Act to the Registrar in 
writing within 30 days of the change.
(4)  If an individual licensee fails to comply with this section, the 
Registrar may cancel or suspend the individual licensee's licence or 
impose additional terms and conditions on the individual licensee's 
licence.
Business licensee reporting requirements
4(1)  A business licensee must report to the Registrar in writing any 
incident described under section 19(d) to (i) of the Act within 24 hours 
of the incident occurring.
(2)  A business licensee must report to the Registrar in writing every 
instance where a guard dog utilized by a licensee attacks, bites or 
injures an individual, including the patrol dog handler licensee, within 
24 hours of the incident occurring.
(3)  A business licensee must report a change in information described 
under section 19(a), (b) or (c) of the Act to the Registrar in writing 
within 30 days of the change.
(4)  A business licensee must report to the Registrar in writing when an 
individual licensee is no longer employed by that business licensee and 
must include the details of the termination of the employment within 
30 days of the termination.
(5)  If a business licensee fails to comply with this section, the 
Registrar may cancel or suspend the business licensee's licence or 
impose additional terms and conditions on the business licensee's 
licence.
Reports
5   A business licensee must keep a copy of any report made under 
section 19 of the Act
	(a)	for a minimum of 2 years, or
	(b)	if the report relates to an ongoing investigation, inspection, 
complaint, court proceeding or administrative proceeding, 
until the investigation, inspection, complaint, court 
proceeding or administrative proceeding has concluded,
whichever is later.
Locksmith tools
6(1)  A locksmith licensee must keep records of the tools, including 
tools described under sections 351 and 353 of the Criminal Code 
(Canada), lock picks and any instruments suitable for the purpose of 
manipulating locks on premises, motor vehicles, vaults or safes used in 
the course of the locksmith licensee's employment and provide these 
records to the Registrar on request.
(2)  If a locksmith business licensee provides locksmith tools to its 
locksmith licensee, the locksmith business must ensure the locksmith 
tools used by a locksmith licensee are returned to the business on 
termination of employment of the locksmith licensee.
Automotive lock bypass tools
7(1)  If an automotive lock bypass business provides automotive lock 
bypass tools to its automotive lock bypass worker licensees, the 
automotive lock bypass business must ensure the automotive lock 
bypass tools used by an automotive lock bypass worker licensee are 
returned to the business on termination of employment of the 
automotive lock bypass worker licensee.
(2)  Automotive locksmith bypass tools include
	(a)	automotive master keys,
	(b)	lock picks,
	(c)	rocker keys,
	(d)	slim jims, and
	(e)	any instrument designed, modified or adapted or that could 
be adapted to operate the locks, ignition or other switches on 
motor vehicles.
Restrictions on weapons
8(1)  An individual licensee must not carry, use or have in the 
individual licensee's possession any weapon unless
	(a)	permitted by this Regulation,
	(b)	the individual licensee is authorized to carry and use the 
weapon by the terms of the individual licensee's licence, and
	(c)	the weapon is issued to the individual licensee by or under 
the authority of the business licensee who employs or 
engages the services of the individual licensee.
(2)  In accordance with this section, an individual licensee may carry 
only those weapons that the individual licensee is authorized to use 
under the terms and conditions of the individual licensee's licence.
Authorized weapons and equipment
9(1)  An individual licensee may be authorized, by the individual 
licensee's licence, to carry and use the following weapons and 
equipment:
	(a)	batons not longer than 26 inches in length;
	(b)	automotive master keys;
	(c)	lock picks;
	(d)	rocker keys;
	(e)	slim jims.
(2)  Notwithstanding the individual licensee's licence authorizing 
equipment the individual licensee may use, a business licensee may 
limit or restrict the equipment the individual licensee employed or 
engaged for services by that business licensee may carry and use.
(3)  A business licensee may permit the use of additional equipment, 
other than the equipment listed under subsection (1), to an individual 
licensee employed or engaged for services by the business licensee.
Restricted weapons or prohibited devices
10   A person licensed as a security services worker, investigator, 
executive security worker, patrol dog handler, locksmith, automotive 
lock bypass worker, loss prevention worker or security alarm 
responder must not carry a restricted weapon or a prohibited device as 
described under Part III of the Criminal Code (Canada), unless 
authorized to do so by the chief firearms officer under the Firearms 
Act (Canada).
Armoured vehicle service
11(1)  A security services business that provides an armoured vehicle 
service is not required to hold a security services business licence.
(2)  An armed guard employed by an armoured vehicle service is not 
required to hold a security services worker licence.
Records
12(1)  Every business licensee shall keep the following records:
	(a)	records stating the locations where each individual licensee 
employed by the business licensee was employed, including 
the locations where each individual licensee provided 
security services;
	(b)	records that include the information described under section 
19 of the Act;
	(c)	copies of agreements entered into with a client;
	(d)	copies of invoices and proofs of payment made and received 
in relation to the work a licensee is approved to perform or 
has performed.
(2)  Every business licensee shall retain the records referred to under 
subsection (1) for a minimum of 2 years, unless the records relate to an 
ongoing investigation, inspection, complaint, court proceeding or 
administrative proceeding.
(3)  If the records referred to in subsection (1) relate to an ongoing 
investigation, inspection, complaint, court proceeding or administrative 
proceeding, the business licensee shall retain the records until the 
investigation, inspection, complaint, court proceeding or administrative 
proceeding is concluded.
(4)  For the purposes of subsection (3), an investigation, inspection, 
complaint, court proceeding or administrative proceeding is deemed to 
be concluded once a decision is rendered and all rights of appeal or 
review have been exhausted.
(5)  For the purposes of section 32(c) of the Act, a business licensee 
must keep all records relating to incidents involving material use of 
force for a minimum of 2 years.
(6)  An investigator must keep the following records for a minimum of 
2 years:
	(a)	all notes and reports prepared by an investigator;
	(b)	all photographs, video, audio or other electronic records 
produced or obtained by the investigator in the course of 
providing security services.
(7)  Every patrol dog services business licensee must keep the 
following records for a minimum of 2 years:
	(a)	records of the training each patrol dog received;
	(b)	records proving the patrol dog handler has received proper 
training in the use and handling of patrol dogs for security 
services;
	(c)	a copy of the business licensee's policies and procedures on 
the care and handling of patrol dogs, including feeding, 
housing, transportation, veterinary care, retirement and 
euthanasia;
	(d)	record logs detailing each time the business licensee issued a 
patrol dog to an individual licensee for the provision of 
security services, the name of the patrol dog and the name of 
the individual licensee to whom the patrol dog was issued.
Advertising
13   A business licensee shall not advertise or promote security 
services that the business licensee is not licensed to provide.
Collection, use and disclosure of personal information
14(1)  Without limiting the application of any other provisions of this 
Regulation allowing or requiring the collection, use or disclosure of 
personal information, the Registrar may, in accordance with section 33 
of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, collect, 
use or disclose personal information that is necessary for and related to 
the Registrar's duties, functions and powers under this Regulation with 
respect to
	(a)	an application for a licence,
	(b)	verification that insurance requirements are met by a business 
licensee,
	(c)	licences,
	(d)	inspections,
	(e)	appeals,
	(f)	criminal record checks,
	(g)	international criminal record checks,
	(h)		administrative penalties, and
	(i)	information held by law enforcement agencies.
(2)  The following persons are required or allowed, as the case may be, 
to disclose to the Registrar personal information contemplated by the 
following provisions or matters:
	(a)	an applicant for a licence, including a general training licence 
or a locksmith apprentice licence for the purpose of applying 
for a licence;
	(b)	a business licensee for the purposes of sections 4 and 12;
	(c)	an individual licensee for the purposes of sections 3 and 12.
(3)  Personal information may be collected, with respect to this 
Regulation, from a person other than the individual that that 
information is about where
	(a)	that other person is required or allowed to disclose that 
information under subsection (2), or
	(b)	its collection from that individual is impracticable, and from 
that other person is necessary or unavoidable, in respect of 
the Registrar's duties or functions under this Regulation.
(4)  In this section, "personal information" means personal information 
about an identifiable individual.
Offence
15   A person who contravenes or fails to comply with any of the 
following provisions is guilty of an offence:
section 3(1), (2) or (3);
section 4(1), (2), (3) or (4);
section 5;
section 6(1) or (2);
section 7(1);
section 8(1) or (2);
section 9(1);
section 12(1), (2), (3), (5), (6) or (7);
section 13.
Expiry
16   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
17   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of the 
Security Services and Investigators Act.


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Alberta Regulation 53/2010
Government Organization Act
DESIGNATION AND TRANSFER OF RESPONSIBILITY 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 15, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 133/2010) 
on April 15, 2010 pursuant to sections 16, 17 and 18 of the Government Organization 
Act. 
1   The Designation and Transfer of Responsibility 
Regulation (AR 38/2008) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 24 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (6):
(7)  The President of the Treasury Board is designated as the 
Minister responsible for the Alberta Public Agencies Governance 
Act.
(8)  The responsibility for that part of the public service associated 
with the part of the appropriation transferred under subsection (9) 
is transferred to the President of the Treasury Board.
(9)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of that part of element 1.0.1, Office of the 
Premier/Executive Council, related to the Agency Governance 
Secretariat, of the 2010-11 Government appropriation for 
Executive Council is transferred to the President of the Treasury 
Board.