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Alberta Regulation 205/2013
Municipal Government Act
AQUATERA UTILITIES INC. REGULATION
Filed: November 20, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 364/2013) 
on November 20, 2013 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Application of Act
	3	Exemption from Public Utilities Act
	4	Dispute resolution
	5	Provision of extra-provincial services
	6	Expiry
	7	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Municipal Government Act;
	(b)	"public utility" means a system or works used to provide the 
following for public consumption, benefit, convenience or 
use:
	(i)	water or steam;
	(ii)	sewage disposal;
	(iii)	electric power;
	(iv)	heat;
	(v)	solid waste management.
Application of Act
2(1)  Subject to subsection (2), sections 43 to 47 of the Act apply in 
respect of a utility service provided by Aquatera Utilities Inc.
(2)  Section 45(3)(b) of the Act does not apply in respect of a public 
utility owned or operated by Aquatera Utilities Inc.
Exemption from Public Utilities Act
3   Part 2 of the Public Utilities Act does not apply in respect of a 
public utility that
	(a)	is owned or operated by Aquatera Utilities Inc., and
	(b)	provides a utility service within the boundaries of a 
municipality that is a shareholder of Aquatera Utilities Inc.
Dispute resolution
4   If there is a dispute between a regional services commission and 
Aquatera Utilities Inc. with respect to
	(a)	rates, tolls or charges for a service that is a public utility,
	(b)	compensation for the acquisition by the commission of 
facilities used to provide a service that is a public utility, or
	(c)	the commission's use of any road, square, bridge, subway or 
watercourse to provide a service that is a public utility,
any party involved in the dispute may submit it to the Alberta Utilities 
Commission, and the Alberta Utilities Commission may issue an order 
on any terms and conditions that the Alberta Utilities Commission 
considers appropriate.
Provision of extra-provincial services
5   Aquatera Utilities Inc. shall not provide any utility services outside 
of Alberta without the prior written approval of the Minister.
Expiry
6   This Regulation is made under section 603(1) of the Act and is 
subject to repeal under section 603(2) of the Act.
Coming into force
7   This Regulation comes into force on November 27, 2013.



Alberta Regulation 206/2013
Forests Act 
Mines and Minerals Act 
Public Lands Act
METALLIC AND INDUSTRIAL MINERALS EXPLORATION (EXTENSION 
OF EXPIRY DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: November 20, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 370/2013) 
on November 20, 2013 pursuant to section 4 of the Forests Act, section 5 of the Mines 
and Minerals Act and section 9 of the Public Lands Act.
1   The Metallic and Industrial Minerals Exploration 
Regulation (AR 213/98) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 46 is amended by striking out "November 30, 2013" 
and substituting "November 30, 2014".


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Alberta Regulation 207/2013
Government Organization Act
DESIGNATION AND TRANSFER OF RESPONSIBILITY 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: November 20, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 371/2013) 
on November 20, 2013 pursuant to section 16 of the Government Organization Act. 
1   The Designation and Transfer of Responsibility 
Regulation (AR 80/2012) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 6 is amended by repealing subsections (1.1) and 
(1.2) and substituting the following:
(1.1)  The responsibility for the Responsible Energy Development 
Act, except section 16, is transferred to the common responsibility of 
the Minister of Energy and the Minister of Environment and 
Sustainable Resource Development.
(1.2)  The responsibility for section 16 of the Responsible Energy 
Development Act is transferred to the common responsibility of the 
Minister of Energy, the Minister of Environment and Sustainable 
Resource Development and the Minister of Aboriginal Relations.
3   Section 10 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (2):
(2.1)  The Minister of Human Services is designated as the Minister 
responsible for the Children First Act.

4   Section 14 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (1.1):
(1.2)  The Minister of Municipal Affairs is designated as the 
Minister responsible for the Emergency 911 Act.

5   Section 18 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (2):
(2.1)  The President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance is 
designated as the Minister responsible for the Fiscal Management 
Act.


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Alberta Regulation 208/2013
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA BARLEY COMMISSION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: November 21, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Barley Commission on October 21, 2013 
and approved by the Agricultural Products Marketing Council on October 29, 2013 
pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act. 
1   The Alberta Barley Commission Regulation (AR 123/99) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 18 is amended by striking out "January 31, 2014" 
and substituting "April 30, 2019".



Alberta Regulation 209/2013
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND PROTECTION OF PRIVACY 
(MINISTERIAL) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: November 22, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Service Alberta (M.O. SA:020/2013) 
on November 20, 2013 pursuant to section 94(3) of the Freedom of Information and 
Protection of Privacy Act. 
1   The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy 
(Ministerial) Regulation (AR 56/2009) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 3 is amended by striking out "November 30, 2013" 
and substituting "November 30, 2016".


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Alberta Regulation 210/2013
Justice of the Peace Act
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: November 28, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 372/2013) 
on November 27, 2012 pursuant to section 15 of the Justice of the Peace Act. 
1   The Justice of the Peace Regulation (AR 6/99) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3(1) is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after clause (n):
	(n.1)	the Occupational Health and Safety Act for which a 
specified penalty is set out in Schedule 2, Parts 13.1 and 
13.2 of the Procedures Regulation (AR 233/89) under 
the Provincial Offences Procedure Act;
	(b)	by adding the following after clause (t):
	(t.1)	the Security Services and Investigators Act for which a 
specified penalty is set out in Schedule 2, Parts 20.4, 
20.5 and 20.6 of the Procedures Regulation 
(AR 233/89) under the Provincial Offences Procedure 
Act;

3   Section 2(a) comes into force on January 1, 2014.

4   Section 2(b) comes into force on November 30, 2013.


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Alberta Regulation 211/2013
New Home Buyer Protection Act
NEW HOME BUYER PROTECTION (GENERAL) REGULATION
Filed: November 28, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 374/2013) 
on November 27, 2012 pursuant to section 28 of the New Home Buyer Protection 
Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Commencement of coverage
	3	Common property and common facilities
	4	Preparation of building assessment reports
	5	Multiple buildings and phases
	6	Distribution of building assessment reports
	7	Additional coverage
	8	Restriction of liability
	9	Additional powers and duties of Registrar
	10	Registry
	11	Information regarding residential builders and warranty providers
	12	Collection, use and disclosure of personal information
	13	Compliance officers 
	14	Administrative penalties
	15	Expiry
	16	Coming into force
Definitions
1(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" includes the regulations made under the statute;
	(b)	"building code" means the Alberta Building Code 2006 
declared in force by the Building Code Regulation 
(AR 117/2007);
	(c)	"private sewage disposal system" means a plant for the 
treatment and disposal of sewage, including a septic tank and 
absorption field, that is not connected to a municipal sewage 
disposal system and is installed during the construction of a 
new home;
	(d)	"professional engineer" means a person who is permitted to 
practise engineering under the Engineering and Geoscience 
Professions Act;
	(e)	"professional technologist" means a professional technologist 
as defined in section 86.4(m) of the Engineering and 
Geoscience Professions Act;
	(f)	"qualified person" means a professional engineer, a 
professional technologist or a registered architect;
	(g)	"registered architect" means a registered architect as defined 
in section 1(m) of the Architects Act;
	(h)	"statute" means the New Home Buyer Protection Act. 
(2)  For the purposes of section 1(1)(m) of the statute, the following 
are prescribed as delivery and distribution systems:
	(a)	private sewage disposal systems that
	(i)	serve a single property,
	(ii)	are designed to receive not more than 25 m3 of sewage 
each day, and
	(iii)	are designed to dispose of sewage either on the property 
that the system serves or in a holding tank;
	(b)	all components of a delivery and distribution system in a new 
home that are 
	(i)	present on the date that coverage in respect of a new 
home commences under a home warranty insurance 
contract, and 
	(ii)	installed during construction by the builder of the new 
home, 
		excluding any fixtures and appliances that are attached to a 
delivery and distribution system and that are subject to a 
manufacturer's warranty.
(3)  For the purposes of section 1(1)(n) of the statute, 
	(a)	"consequential losses or costs" means 
	(i)	costs of repairing a new home resulting from defects in 
the new home, and 
	(ii)	reasonable living expenses incurred by the owner of a 
new home while a new home is uninhabitable as a result 
of a defect or during the rectification of a defect;
	(b)	"defect" means any design, construction or material used in 
the construction of a new home that is discovered after the 
commencement of coverage under a home warranty 
insurance contract and 
	(i)	is contrary to the building code,
	(ii)	requires repair or replacement due to the negligence of 
an owner builder or a residential builder or person for 
whom the owner builder or residential builder is by law 
responsible,
	(iii)	constitutes an unreasonable health or safety risk, or 
	(iv)	has resulted in material damage to the new home.
(4)  For the purposes of section 1(1)(s) of the statute, "portion of a 
building" includes retaining walls which have a structural function in 
supporting the building.
(5)  For the purposes of section 1(1)(s)(ii) of the statute, "common 
facilities" means 
	(a)	property managed by a condominium corporation pursuant to 
its bylaws, and
	(b)	a unit in a building described in a condominium plan, or any 
portion of that unit that includes all or part of one or more of
	(i)	the building envelope,
	(ii)	a delivery and distribution system that serves two or 
more units,
	(iii)	a load bearing part,
	(iv)	any common property as defined in section 14(1)(a) of 
the Condominium Property Act, and
	(v)	any area subject to an easement in favour of another 
unit,
		whether or not that unit or any portion of that unit is intended 
for residential occupancy. 
(6)  For the purposes of sections 1(1)(y), 3(3)(b) and (8)(b) of the 
statute and sections 2(4), 4(2)(d) and (4) and 11(2)(i)(i) of this 
Regulation, "transfer of title" means a transfer of title in an arm's 
length transaction.
(7)  For the purposes of section 1(1)(z) of the statute, a building where 
after a change, alteration or repair to the building, at least 75% of the 
enclosed square footage of the building above the foundation at the 
completion of the change, alteration or repair is new, is prescribed to 
be a reconstruction.
(8)  For greater certainty, a change, addition, alteration or repair to a 
building's surfaces, fixtures or decorations is not a reconstruction for 
the purposes of the Act.
(9)  For the purposes of sections 3(6)(d) and 4(2)(d) of the statute, 
"structural defects" means 
	(a)	any defect in materials, labour and design that results in the 
failure of a load-bearing part of the new home, and 
	(b)	any defect that causes structural damage that materially and 
adversely affects the use of the new home for residential 
occupancy.
(10)  Words and expressions used in sections 2 to 6 and not defined in 
section 1 of the statute or this section have the same meanings as may 
be assigned to them in or under the Condominium Property Act.
Commencement of coverage
2(1)  Despite section 3(3) of the statute,  
	(a)	for a new home constructed by a residential builder or an 
owner builder on land owned by the owner or the owner 
builder prior to permit issuance, coverage under a home 
warranty insurance contract for the defects identified in 
section 3(6) of the statute begins on the earlier of 
	(i)	the date the new home is first occupied, and
	(ii)	the date an accredited agency, accredited municipality 
or accredited regional services commission grants 
permission to occupy the new home,
		and 
	(b)	for a new home constructed by a residential builder on land 
not owned by the owner and where there is no transfer of title 
to the land by the residential builder to the owner, coverage 
under a home warranty insurance contract for the defects 
identified in section 3(6) of the statute begins on the earlier 
of 
	(i)	the date the new home is first occupied, and
	(ii)	the date an accredited agency, accredited municipality 
or accredited regional services commission grants 
permission to occupy the new home.
(2)  Despite section 3(3) and (4) of the statute, coverage under a home 
warranty insurance contract for the defects identified in section 3(6) of 
the statute for the common property and common facilities of a 
condominium corporation begins when
	(a)	the title to an inhabitable unit in a building or building in a 
phase of development of a condominium is transferred from 
a residential builder to a purchaser of a unit in an arm's 
length transaction, and
	(b)	the residential builder has agreed with a qualified person to 
have the qualified person prepare a building assessment 
report for the building or for a phase of development within 
180 days of the transfer of title described in clause (a). 
(3)  Despite section 1(1)(y) of the statute, where subsection (1) or (2) 
applies,
	(a)	the purchase period begins when coverage under subsection 
(1) or (2) begins, and
	(b)	the purchase period applies to the common facilities of a 
condominium corporation.
(4)  With respect to the common property or common facilities of a 
condominium corporation, for the purposes of section 4(2) of the 
statute, "the date the new home is first occupied" means 180 days after 
the first transfer of title to a unit in the condominium building or phase 
of development if the condominium is developed in phases.
Common property and common facilities
3(1)   If a new home is included in a condominium plan, a home 
warranty insurance contract must provide coverage for any common 
property and any common facilities located in the building in which 
the new home is located.
(2)  A home warranty insurance contract referred to in subsection (1) 
must name the condominium corporation as the insured.
Preparation of building assessment reports 
4(1)  A residential builder must arrange for a qualified person to 
prepare a building assessment report for the common property and 
common facilities of a condominium building.
(2)  A building assessment report must contain the following:
	(a)	the identification, location and description of 
	(i)	each delivery and distribution system in the building,
	(ii)	any mechanical system in the building, 
	(iii)	the building envelope, 
	(iv)	the surface water drainage system around the building, 
and
	(v)	the load-bearing parts in the building as the building 
was built;
	(b)	a notation of any differences in any of the items in clause (a) 
from the original design plans; 
	(c)	the identification of any defects or deficiencies in or damage 
to the building resulting from any defect or deficiency in 
each delivery and distribution system, the building envelope 
and any mechanical systems, and of the load-bearing parts in 
the building;
	(d)	a report on an inspection of the common property, if any, and 
common facilities, if any, after the first transfer of title to a 
unit in the building;
	(e)	a report of a survey of any owners occupying the building or 
phase of development at the time of the inspection of the 
building of any observed defects or deficiencies in or damage 
to the building resulting from any defect or deficiency in 
	(i)	any delivery and distribution system, 
	(ii)	the building envelope, or 
	(iii)	the load-bearing parts in the building.
(3)  For greater certainty, subsection (2)(a) requires descriptions of 
every existing
	(a)	delivery and distribution system and mechanical system that 
serve two or more units,
	(b)	roofing and sub-roof installation, including water and vapour 
control systems, insulation and venting for attic space and 
soffits, and
	(c)	water control system, including
	(i)	eavestroughing,
	(ii)	cladding components,
	(iii)	balcony membranes and sealants,
	(iv)	grade and landscaping drainage courses,
	(v)	weeping tile,
	(vi)	foundation membranes and sealants, and
	(vii)	parkade membranes and sealants.
(4)  A building assessment report must be prepared within 180 days of 
the first transfer of title to a unit in the condominium building or in a 
phase of development.
(5)  The Registrar may, on application by a residential builder, exempt 
the residential builder from the requirements of subsection (1).
(6)  Subsection (5) applies where there is no delivery and distribution 
system or mechanical system that serves two or more units in or for a 
condominium building.
(7)  The Registrar may impose terms and conditions on any exemption 
granted under subsection (5), including 
	(a)	that a specific individual other than a qualified person 
prepare the building assessment report, and
	(b)	that the Registrar may require an applicant under subsection 
(5) provide the Registrar with any information required to 
evaluate the application, including
	(i)	whether the building satisfies subsection (6), and
	(ii)	respecting the competency of the individual who is 
proposed to prepare the building assessment report.
(8)  A decision of the Registrar under subsection (5) or (7) is final and 
may not be appealed to the Board.
Multiple buildings and phases 
5(1)  If a condominium is developed in phases, a separate building 
assessment report must be prepared for each building in each phase of 
development as set out in the phased development disclosure 
statement.
(2)  For greater certainty, if a building or land that is subject to a 
condominium plan or a proposed condominium plan is developed in 
phases, the purchase period for the common property and common 
facilities of the condominium corporation applies only to the common 
property and common facilities that are completed in a phase as set out 
in the phased development disclosure statement.
Distribution of building assessment reports
6(1)  When a building assessment report is prepared, the person who 
prepared the building assessment report shall submit the building 
assessment report to the condominium corporation and to the warranty 
provider who issued the home warranty insurance contract in respect 
of the condominium.
(2)  Within one week of receiving the building assessment report, the 
condominium corporation must serve any owner, purchaser or 
mortgagee of a unit in the condominium building or in the phase of 
development of the condominium with notice that the building 
assessment report has been prepared.
(3)  On request of the owner, purchaser or mortgagee, the 
condominium corporation must give the owner, purchaser or 
mortgagee a copy of the building assessment report within 10 days of 
the request.
Additional coverage
7   For the purposes of section 3(7)(a) of the statute, a warranty 
provider must offer an option to purchase at least 2 years of additional 
coverage for defects in the building envelope.
Restriction of liability
8   For the purposes of section 4(2) of the statute, a residential builder 
or an owner builder of a new home is not deemed to have agreed that 
the new home is free from any defect that may be excluded from 
coverage under the Insurance Act by a warranty provider from a home 
warranty insurance contract.
Additional powers and duties of Registrar 
9(1)  In addition to the powers and duties set out in the statute, the 
Registrar 
	(a)	shall keep records, including decisions and orders made by 
the Registrar and by the Board,
	(b)	may, on application by a permit issuer or an applicant for a 
permit, determine whether a building or a portion of a 
building or a proposed building or portion of a proposed 
building is a new home to which the Act applies or is 
otherwise exempt from the application of the Act, 
	(c)	may, subject to subsection (2), delegate any power or duty 
conferred or imposed on the Registrar by the Act to one or 
more employees of the Government of Alberta, 
	(d)	may, on application by a residential builder or owner of a 
building or a proposed building that is subject to an 
exemption under the Act, provide notice that a building or 
proposed building is exempt from the application of the Act, 
and
	(e)	may issue guidelines and interpretation bulletins respecting 
the interpretation or application of the Act.
(2)  The Registrar may delegate the power to impose administrative 
penalties under subsection (1)(c) only to a person to whom the 
Registrar has delegated the Registrar's powers and duties as an acting 
Registrar.
(3)  The Registrar shall give notice of a decision under subsection 
(1)(b) and (d) to the permit issuer and the applicant for a permit, and 
mail a copy to the registered owner of the new home or the land where 
the new home is or is proposed to be located.
(4)  The decision of the Registrar under subsection (1)(b) and (d) may 
be appealed to the Board.
Registry
10(1)  In addition to the information identified in section 9 of the 
statute, the registry may contain
	(a)	any information received by the Registrar in the application 
process,
	(b)	the application status in respect of a new home, and
	(c)	the cessation of coverage for any reason of a new home 
under a home warranty insurance contract.
(2)  The online registry referred to in section 9(2) of the statute may 
contain information respecting a new home, including
	(a)	contact information for the builder of the new home, 
including the name of the primary contact where the builder 
is not an individual, and the address of the builder, 
	(b)	whether the new home was built by an owner builder,
	(c)	the location of the new home,
	(d)	whether there is coverage under a home warranty insurance 
contract in respect of the new home,
	(e)	the name and contact information for the warranty provider, 
if any, in respect of the new home,
	(f)	whether there is additional coverage for defects in the 
building envelope under a home warranty insurance contract 
in respect of the new home, and
	(g)	the commencement date of coverage under a home warranty 
insurance contract, if any, for the new home.
(3)  The online registry referred to in section 9(2) of the statute may 
also contain information respecting 
	(a)	details of any administrative penalties imposed under the 
Act,
	(b)	compliance orders issued under the Act,
	(c)	offences committed under the Act,
	(d)	decisions and orders issued by the Registrar or the Board 
under the Act, and
	(e)	other notices issued under the Act.
Information regarding residential builders and warranty providers
11(1)  A residential builder must provide the following information to 
the Registrar concerning the residential builder:
	(a)	company or business name;
	(b)	business telephone number;
	(c)	business facsimile number;
	(d)	business address;
	(e)	mailing address, if different from the business address;
	(f)	the name, telephone numbers and e-mail address of a primary 
contact;
	(g)	the name, telephone number and e-mail address of any 
registered directors and officers.
(2)  A residential builder must provide the following information to the 
Registrar in respect of a new home or proposed new home:
	(a)	the location of the new home;
	(b)	whether the new home is a single detached residence, duplex 
or part of a multiple family dwelling;
	(c)	if the new home is a reconstruction;
	(d)	whether there is coverage under a home warranty insurance 
contract in respect of the new home or whether it was built 
pursuant to an exemption under the Act;
	(e)	the name and contact information for the warranty provider, 
if any, in respect of the new home;
	(f)	whether there is additional coverage for defects in the 
building envelope under a home warranty insurance contract, 
if any, in respect of the new home;
	(g)	the commencement date of coverage under a home warranty 
insurance contract, if any, for the new home;
	(h)	the date the new home is first occupied;
	(i)	for condominium buildings,
	(i)	the date of the first transfer of title to a unit in each 
building in each phase of development,
	(ii)	the date on which the residential builder agreed with a 
qualified person to have the qualified person prepare a 
building assessment report, and
	(iii)	the date when the building assessment report was 
prepared.
(3)  A warranty provider must provide the following information to the 
Registrar:
	(a)	the policy number for a new home or proposed new home;
	(b)	if the coverage for a new home or proposed new home has 
ceased for any reason; 
	(c)	if there is additional coverage for defects in the building 
envelope;
	(d)	information concerning a residential builder.
(4)  A warranty provider who provides information to the Registrar on 
behalf of a residential builder must provide all information required 
under subsections (1) and (2).
(5)  A warranty provider must, on request by the Registrar, provide 
statistical information to the Registrar regarding claims.
Collection, use and disclosure of personal information 
12(1)  The Registrar shall maintain records with respect to 
	(a)	the data included in the registry, and
	(b)	offences committed, compliance orders issued, 
administrative penalties imposed and amounts collected or 
owing under the Act.
(2)  The Registrar may
	(a)	for the purposes of assisting the public, provide information 
to the public respecting the personal information of 
residential builders and warranty providers, and
	(b)	provide information to the public about residential builders 
that are corporations, their directors, officers and agents and 
warranty providers regarding 
	(i)	contraventions of or offences committed under the Act, 
and 
	(ii)	compliance orders issued, administrative penalties 
imposed and penalties assessed under the Act.
Compliance officers 
13   In addition to the powers and duties set out in the statute, a 
compliance officer 
	(a)	may only enter a place occupied as a private dwelling place 
with the consent of the occupant,
	(b)	may be accompanied by any person or with any thing that the 
compliance officer considers would be of assistance, and 
	(c)	shall obtain the consent of the owner of a new home or of a 
private dwelling place or a warrant before entering any 
business premises attached to or forming part of a new home 
or of a private dwelling place.
Administrative penalties 
14(1)  The Registrar may impose an administrative penalty of between 
$250 and $10 000 for
	(a)	a single contravention of any of the following provisions of 
the statute:
	(i)	section 3(1);
	(ii)	section 3(2);
	(iii)	section 11(2);
	(iv)	section 24(1);
	(v)	section 24(2),
	(b)	failure to comply with a compliance order, or
	(c)	failure to comply with a term or condition of an 
authorization.
(2)  The Registrar may impose a maximum penalty of $1000 per day 
for continuing or repeated contraventions of the statute referred to in 
subsection (1)(a).
(3)  In imposing an administrative penalty, the Registrar may consider 
the following factors: 
	(a)	previous enforcement actions under the Act for 
contraventions of a similar nature by the person or its 
directors or officers; 
	(b)	the severity and extent of the contravention;
	(c)	the extent of the harm caused by the contravention or the 
degree of risk of harm;
	(d)	the degree of wilfulness or negligence in the contravention;
	(e)	whether the contravention was repeated or continuing and, if 
so, the length of time during which it continued or the 
number of times it was repeated; 
	(f)	any economic benefit derived by the person, or a person who 
is not at arm's length from the person, from the 
contravention; 
	(g)	whether there was any attempt by the person to remedy the 
contravention;
	(h)	whether or not the person or the person's directors or officers 
who receives the notice of administrative penalty has a 
history of non-compliance;
	(i)	any other factors that, in the opinion of the Registrar, are 
relevant.
(4)  In addition to the information set out in section 15(5) of the statute, 
a notice of administrative penalty must contain information on how to 
appeal the administrative penalty, including that the appeal must be 
filed within one month in writing.
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 February 1, 2019.
Coming into force
16   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of 
section 28(1) of the New Home Buyer Protection Act.



Alberta Regulation 212/2013
Safety Codes Act
PERMIT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: November 28, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 375/2013) 
on November 27, 2013 pursuant to section 65 of the Safety Codes Act. 
1   The Permit Regulation (AR 204/2007) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   The following is added after section 6:
Building permit for new home
6.1(1)  In this section,


	(a)	"authorization" means an authorization as defined in the New 
Home Buyer Protection Act;
	(b)	"new home" means a new home as defined in the New Home 
Buyer Protection Act;
	(c)	"owner builder" means an owner builder as defined in the 
New Home Buyer Protection Act;
	(d)	"Registrar" means the person appointed under section 8 of 
the New Home Buyer Protection Act as the Registrar for the 
purposes of that Act;
	(e)	"required home warranty coverage" means required home 
warranty coverage as defined in the New Home Buyer 
Protection Act.
(2)  A permit issuer shall not issue a permit for a proposed new home 
unless the applicant provides evidence to the permit issuer, in a form 
acceptable to the Registrar, that the proposed new home has been 
registered with the Registrar under the New Home Buyer Protection 
Act, and
	(a)	has the required home warranty coverage,
 	(b)	will be built by an owner builder who has a valid 
authorization, or  
	(c)	is otherwise exempted under the New Home Buyer Protection 
Act from having the required home warranty coverage.
(3)  On request of the Registrar, a permit issuer shall forward to the 
Registrar information provided by applicants for permits under 
subsection (2).

3   Section 2 comes into force on the coming into force of 
section 24 of the New Home Buyer Protection Act.


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Alberta Regulation 213/2013
Unclaimed Personal Property and Vested Property Act
UNCLAIMED PERSONAL PROPERTY AND VESTED 
PROPERTY AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: November 28, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 380/2013) 
on November 27, 2013 pursuant to section 64 of the Unclaimed Personal Property and 
Vested Property Act. 
1   The General Regulation (AR 104/2008) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Section 6(2) is amended
	(a)	in clause (c) by striking out "5 years" and 
substituting "6 years";
	(b)	by adding the following after clause (c):
	(c.1)	for the contents of a safety deposit box, 6 years after the 
date of the last indication by the apparent owner of 
interest in the contents of the safety deposit box;



Alberta Regulation 214/2013
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
SUGAR BEET MARKETING PLAN AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: November 28, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 384/2013) 
on November 27, 2013 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural 
Products Act. 
1   The Sugar Beet Marketing Plan Regulation (AR 275/97) is 
amended by this Regulation.



2   Section 8(b) is amended
	(a)	in subclause (i) by striking out "General Manager" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "Executive 
Director";
	(b)	in subclause (ii) by striking out "General Manager" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "Executive 
Director".

3   Section 9 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	in clause (f)
	(A)	in subclause (i) by striking out "service 
charges and licence fees" and substituting 
"service charges, licence fees, levies or other 
money";
	(B)	in subclause (ii) by striking out "service 
charges and licence fees" and substituting 
"service charges, licence fees, levies or other 
money";
	(ii)	in clause (g)
	(A)	by striking out "person" and substituting 
"processor";
	(B)	in subclause (i) by striking out "licence fees 
or levies" and substituting "licence fees, levies 
or other money";
	(b)	in subsection (2)(n) by striking out "or a designated 
agency";
	(c)	by repealing subsection (3).

4   Section 11 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "or licence fees or 
both" and substituting ", licence fees and levies from 
producers and by any other money payable to or received or 
accrued by the Board";
	(b)	in subsection (2) by adding the following after 
clause (b):
	(b.1)	the Board may invoice a producer for service charges 
owing for a crop year where the producer has been 
granted a leave of absence from producing sugar beets 
for that crop year;

5   Section 16 is amended by striking out "and" at the end of 
clause (a), adding "and" at the end of clause (b) and by 
adding the following after clause (b):
	(c)	the Board may, on a motion passed by 2/3 of the directors 
currently in office at a Board meeting, remove a director 
from office if the director fails to abide by any of the Board's 
policies, administrative directives or orders.

6   Section 23(a) is amended by striking out "and as delegates".

7   Section 31(2) is amended by striking out "10%" and 
substituting "20%".

8   Section 33(2)(b) is amended by striking out "statutory 
declaration" and substituting "declaration in writing".

9   Section 34 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (8) by striking out "statutory";
	(b)	in subsection (9) by striking out "statutory".

10   Section 41(3) is amended by striking out "Council shall 
appoint" and substituting "Board, with the approval of Council, 
shall appoint".

11   Section 43(3) is repealed and following is substituted:
(3)  If the Council declares an election to be void and the position 
vacant,
	(a)	the Council shall order that, within the time set by the 
Council, a special election meeting be held and an 
election conducted to fill the vacant position, or
	(b)	the Board, with the approval of Council, shall appoint 
from among individuals who are eligible to be elected to 
the position, an individual to fill the vacant position.

12   Section 44 is repealed.

13   Section 45 is amended by striking out "November 30, 
2013" and substituting "November 30, 2018".

14   The Schedule is amended in section 3 by striking out 
"Lethbridge Northern Area" and substituting "Picture Butte Area".


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Alberta Regulation 215/2013
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA SUGAR BEET GROWERS AUTHORIZATION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: November 28, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council 
on September 13, 2013 and approved by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural 
Development on November 1, 2013 pursuant to sections 26 and 27 of the Marketing 
of Agricultural Products Act. 
1   The Alberta Sugar Beet Growers Authorization 
Regulation (AR 286/97) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3(n) is amended by striking out "or a designated 
agency".

3   Section 4 is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (b);
	(b)	in clause (c) by striking out "or a designated agency".

4   Section 6 is amended by striking out "November 30, 2013" 
and substituting "November 30, 2023".


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Alberta Regulation 216/2013
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA SUGAR BEET GROWERS NEGOTIATION, MEDIATION 
AND ARBITRATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: November 28, 2013
For information only:  Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council 
on September 13, 2013 and approved by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural 
Development on November 1, 2013 pursuant to section 33 of the Marketing of 
Agricultural Products Act. 
1   The Alberta Sugar Beet Growers Negotiation, Mediation 
and Arbitration Regulation (AR 285/97) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 39 is amended by striking out "November 30, 2013" 
and substituting "November 30, 2018".



Alberta Regulation 217/2013
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
SUGAR BEET PRODUCTION AND MARKETING  
AMENMENT REGULATION
Filed: November 28, 2013
For information only:  Made by the Alberta Sugar Beet Growers on October 29, 2013 
and approved by the Agricultural Products Marketing Council on October 29, 2013 
pursuant to sections 26 and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act. 


1   The Sugar Beet Production and Marketing Regulation 
(AR 287/97) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(1) is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (a);
	(b)	by repealing clause (b) and substituting the 
following:
	(b)	"actively engaged" means a person who is responsible 
for the day-to-day management and work on a farm, 
including responsibility for input costs for producing at 
least $10 000 worth of regulated product annually, but 
does not include a landlord whose only interest in the 
crop is that of ownership of the land;
	(c)	in clause (e) by adding "adult interdependent partner," 
after "spouse,";
	(d)	by repealing clauses (h) and (m).

3   Section 4(1) is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by adding ", e-mail address, if available," 
after "telephone number";
	(b)	by repealing clauses (c) and (d) and substituting 
the following:
	(c)	a declaration in writing stating that the applicant is or 
will be able to grow and produce sugar beets and will be 
actively engaged in producing sugar beets;

4   Section 6(3) is repealed and the following is substituted:
	(3)  The Board may approve the issuing of a producer's licence to an 
applicant under subsection (1) if the applicant makes a declaration in 
writing stating that the producer meets the definition of actively 
engaged.

5   Section 10(1)(d) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(d)	the person does not meet the definition of actively engaged.

6   Section 12(a) is amended by adding ", e-mail address, if 
available," after "telephone number".

7   Section 19(1) is amended by striking out "$0.45 per tonne" 
and substituting "$15 per acre".

8   Section 21(1) is amended by adding "the Board or" before 
"persons appointed".

9   Section 23(3) is amended by striking out "on the land to 
which the quota relates" and substituting "and declare to the Board 
the land location to which the quota relates".

10   Section 24(a) is amended by adding "as declared by the 
licensed producer," after "legal description, ".

11   Section 32 is amended by striking out "for Alberta".

12   Sections 34, 36 and 37 are repealed.

13   Section 39(a) is amended
	(a)	in clause (v) by striking out "is not the registered owner 
of all of the land to which the quota relates and";
	(b)	in clause (vi) by striking out ", 34(2)".

14   Section 42 is amended by striking out "and that amount 
may be determined by means of a formula based on sugar content, 
tonnes produced and quality" and substituting "and that amount 
shall be determined by means of a formula based on sugar content and 
tonnes produced".

15   Section 44 is amended by striking out "directions" and 
substituting "directives".

16   Section 45 is amended in clauses (a)(ii) and (b)(ii) by 
striking out "or access number" wherever it occurs.

17   Section 47(6)(a) is amended by striking out "on land in 
respect of which no quota was allotted under this Regulation" and 
substituting "on land that was not identified on the quota 
certificate".

18   Sections 48 and 49 are repealed.

19   Section 51 is amended by striking out "November 30, 
2013" and substituting "November 30, 2018".


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Alberta Regulation 218/2013
Safety Codes Act
POWER ENGINEERS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: November 29, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 386/2013) 
on November 29, 2013 pursuant to section 65 of the Safety Codes Act. 
1   The Power Engineers Regulation (AR 85/2003) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after clause (b):
	(b.1)	"ASME" means the American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers;
	(b)	by adding the following after clause (g):
	(g.1)	"competent", in relation to a person, means possessing 
the appropriate qualifications, knowledge, skills and 
experience to supervise or perform work safely and in 
accordance with the Act;
	(c)	in clause (h) by striking out "takes responsibility" and 
substituting "is assigned responsibility";
	(d)	by adding the following after clause (h):
	(h.1)	"CSA" means the Canadian Standards Association;
	(h.2)	"fitting" means a valve, gauge, regulating or controlling 
device, flange, pipe fitting or any other appurtenance 
that is attached to, or forms part of, a boiler, pressure 
vessel, fired-heater pressure coil, thermal liquid heating 
system or pressure piping system;
	(e)	by repealing clause (j) and substituting the 
following:
	(j)	"heating plant" means
	(i)	a boiler in which steam or other vapour can be 
generated at a pressure not exceeding 103 kPa and 
a temperature not exceeding 121§C,
	(ii)	a boiler in which liquid can be heated to a pressure 
not exceeding 1100 kPa and a temperature not 
exceeding 121§C at or near the outlet of the boiler, 
or
	(iii)	a system or arrangement of interconnected boilers 
described in subclause (i) or (ii),
		and the engines, turbines, pressure vessels, pressure 
piping systems, fittings, machinery and ancillary 
equipment used in connection with one or more of the 
boilers;
	(f)	by adding the following after clause (k):
	(k.1)	"historic boiler" means a boiler forming part of a 
traction engine, threshing machine, steam locomotive or 
other power plant of historic interest;
	(k.2)	"instrumentation alternative" means a technology 
designed to ensure the safe operation of pressure 
equipment without the level of supervision by a power 
engineer or other competent operator that would 
otherwise be required, specifically,
	(i)	a power plant or thermal liquid heating system 
designed to operate with reduced supervision, or
	(ii)	a remote monitoring system for heating plants;
	(k.3)	"integrity management system" means a system by 
which an owner ensures that pressure equipment is 
designed, constructed, installed, commissioned, 
operated, inspected, maintained and decommissioned in 
accordance with the Act and regulations;
	(g)	by adding the following after clause (l):
	(l.1)	"organic fluid" means a hydrocarbon-based fluid used 
in a thermodynamic cycle in a waste heat recovery plant 
referred to in section 2.1(3);
	(h)	by repealing clause (o) and substituting the 
following:
	(o)	"power plant" means
	(i)	a boiler in which steam or other vapour can be 
generated at a pressure exceeding 103 kPa or a 
temperature exceeding 121§C,
	(ii)	a boiler in which liquid can be heated to a pressure 
exceeding 1100 kPa or a temperature exceeding 
121§C, or both, or 
	(iii)	a system or arrangement of interconnected boilers 
described in subclause (i) or (ii), 
		and the engines, turbines, pressure vessels, pressure 
piping systems, fittings, machinery and ancillary 
equipment used in connection with one or more of the 
boilers;
	(i)	by adding the following after clause (p):
	(p.1)	"remotely located facility" means a facility at which any 
danger to persons possibly affected by a failure of 
pressure equipment is significantly reduced because of 
the distance of the facility from other areas of human 
habitation or use; 
	(j)	by adding the following after clause (r): 
	(s)	"thermal liquid heating system" means one or more 
thermal liquid heaters in which a thermal liquid that is 
not pressurized by the application of a heat source is 
used as the heat transfer medium, and includes any 
connected piping system or vessel;
	(t)	"thermal liquid" means a non-expansible fluid, other 
than water or a mixture of water and glycol, that is used 
as a heat transfer medium without vaporization at the 
maximum design temperature and atmospheric pressure.

3   Section 2 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1)(a) and (b) and 
substituting the following:
	(a)	under the overall supervision of a chief power engineer 
who holds a certificate of competency that meets or 
exceeds the requirements of the Schedule for a power 
plant of that type and capacity and who is not a shift 
engineer for that power plant, and
	(b)	under the continuous supervision of a shift engineer 
who holds a certificate of competency that meets or 
exceeds the requirements of the Schedule for a power 
plant of that type and capacity.
	(b)	in subsection (6)(f) by striking out "any accident" and 
substituting "any unsafe condition, accident or fire";
	(c)	in subsection (7)(g) by striking out "any accident" and 
substituting "any unsafe condition, accident or fire";
	(d)	by repealing subsection (8);
	(e)	in subsection (9)(g) by striking out "any accident" and 
substituting "any unsafe condition, accident or fire";
	(f)	by adding the following after subsection (9):
(10)  During the operation of a historic boiler to which the Act 
applies that is a locomotive operating on a railroad, continuous 
and overall supervision must be provided by a person who holds 
a certificate of competency of a class that meets or exceeds the 
requirements shown in Table 1 of the Schedule for a power plant 
of that type and capacity.
(11)  Despite subsection (1), a historic boiler other than a 
locomotive referred to in subsection (10) that has a capacity not 
exceeding 250 kW and is operating in a display or for the 
purpose of entertainment must be supervised by a person who 
holds a Special Steam-powered Traction Engine Operator's 
Certificate of Competency.
(12)  During the operation of a historic boiler referred to in 
subsection (11), the Special Steam-powered Traction Engine 
Operator or a competent power engineer must
	(a)	provide constant supervision of the boiler,
	(b)	put the boiler into a safe shutdown condition before 
leaving it,
	(c)	update and maintain the log book in accordance with 
section 6, 
	(d)	ensure that the boiler is supervised in accordance with 
the recommendations set out in the ASME Boiler and 
Pressure Vessel Code, Section VII, Recommended 
Guidelines for the Care of Power Boilers, as declared in 
force under the Act,
	(e)	ensure that an accurate record is kept of the boiler's 
checks as set out in the ASME Boiler and Pressure 
Vessel Code, Section VII, Recommended Guidelines for 
the Care of Power Boilers, as declared in force under 
the Act, and
	(f)	notify the owner of the boiler and the Administrator of 
any unsafe condition, accident or fire involving the 
boiler.

4   The following is added after section 2:
Reduced supervision - power plants
2.1(1)  Despite section 2, a power plant that uses thermal liquid 
under pressure of a blanketing gas not exceeding 700 kPa must, 
except as provided in subsection (2), be supervised in accordance 
with section 3 by a power engineer who holds a certificate of 
competency that meets or exceeds the authorized scope of practice 
set out in Table 5 of the Schedule.
(2)  Despite section 2, a power plant that does not produce steam and 
that uses thermal liquid under pressure of a blanketing gas not 
exceeding 700 kPa or uses a water-glycol mixture with a minimum 
of 40% glycol may operate under a reduced level of supervision only 
if 
	(a)	it is situated at a remotely located facility,
	(b)	a power engineer who holds a certificate of competency that 
meets or exceeds the authorized scope of practice set out in 
Table 1 of the Schedule is assigned the responsibility for 
supervising the safe operation of the power plant, and
	(c)	the power plant meets the technical and supervision 
requirements established by the Administrator respecting the 
safe operation of the type of boiler, facility and 
instrumentation alternatives in question, including but not 
limited to
	(i)	instrumentation alternative requirements,
	(ii)	the reduced supervision, periodic monitoring, 
inspection, maintenance, incident response capacity, 
record keeping, restriction of access or other duties of 
an owner or a power engineer that will apply, and
	(iii)	integrity management system requirements.
(3)  Despite section 2, a power plant operated for the purpose of 
recovering energy from waste heat may operate under a reduced 
level of supervision by a competent operator who does not hold a 
certificate of competency issued under this Regulation only if it
	(a)	is situated at a remotely located facility,
	(b)	uses a water-glycol or other organic fluid mixture with a 
reduced degree of expansion,
	(c)	is designed so that fluid referred to in clause (b) is heated by 
waste heat with no secondary fuel input, and
	(d)	meets the technical and supervision requirements established 
by the Administrator respecting the safe operation of the type 
of power plant, facility and instrumentation alternatives in 
question, including but not limited to
	(i)	instrumentation alternative requirements,
	(ii)	the reduced supervision, periodic monitoring, 
inspection, maintenance, incident response capacity, 
record keeping, restriction of access or other duties of 
an owner that will apply, and
	(iii)	integrity management system requirements.

5   Section 3(3) is repealed.

6   The following is added after section 3:
Reduced supervision - thermal liquid heating systems
3.1   Despite section 3, a thermal liquid heating system may operate 
under a reduced level of supervision only if it
	(a)	is situated at a remotely located facility, and
	(b)	meets the technical and supervision requirements established 
by the Administrator respecting the safe operation of the type 
of thermal liquid heating system, facility and instrumentation 
alternatives in question, including but not limited to
	(i)	instrumentation alternative requirements,
	(ii)	the reduced supervision, periodic monitoring, 
inspection, maintenance, incident response capacity, 
record keeping, restriction of access or other duties of 
an owner or a power engineer that will apply, and
	(iii)	integrity management system requirements.

7   Section 4(3)(d) is amended by striking out "qualified 
person" and substituting "competent person".

8   The following is added after section 4:
Reduced supervision - heating plants
4.1   Despite section 4, a heating plant may operate under a reduced 
level of supervision outside normal Monday to Friday working hours 
only if 
	(a)	a power engineer who holds a certificate of competency that 
meets or exceeds the authorized scope of practice set out in 
Table 4 of the Schedule is assigned responsibility for 
supervising the safe operation of the plant,
	(b)	the power engineer supervises no more than 5 hot water 
heating plants or 2 steam heating plants and conducts an 
operational check on each heating plant at least once daily, 
and
	(c)	the heating plant meets the technical and supervision 
requirements established by the Administrator respecting the 
safe operation of the type of heating plant, facility and 
instrumentation alternatives in question, including but not 
limited to
	(i)	remote monitoring system requirements, and
	(ii)	the reduced supervision, periodic monitoring, 
inspection, maintenance, incident response capacity, 
record keeping, restriction of access or other duties of 
an owner or a power engineer that will apply.

9   Section 7 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "and are listed in descending order of scope 
of practice";
	(b)	by adding the following after clause (j):
	(k)	Special Steam-powered Traction Engine Operator's 
Certificate of Competency;
	(l)	Fired Process Heater Operator's Certificate of 
Competency.

10   Section 8(1) is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "and (c)" and 
substituting ", (c) and (e)";
	(b)	in clause (e) by adding "and to power plants operating 
under reduced supervision in accordance with section 2.1(1)" 
after "Table 5 applies to thermal liquid heating systems".

11   Section 9 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (11):
(12)  A person who holds a Special Steam-powered Traction Engine 
Operator's Certificate of Competency may, as shown in Row 8 of 
Table 1 of the Schedule, supervise a historic boiler referred to in 
section 2(11).
(13)  A person who holds a Fired Process Heater Operator's 
Certificate of Competency may supervise 
	(a)	a power plant referred to in section 2.1(1) as shown in Row 7 
of Table 5 of the Schedule,
	(b)	a power plant referred to in section 2.1(2) as shown in Row 7 
of Table 1 of the Schedule, and
	(c)	a thermal liquid heating system referred to in section 3 or 3.1 
as shown in Row 7 of Table 5 of the Schedule.

12   Section 11(1) is amended by adding the following after 
clause (g):
	(h)	Special Steam-powered Traction Engine Operator's 
Certificate of Competency; 
	(i)	Fired Process Heater Operator's Certificate of Competency.

13   Section 12(1) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Display of certificates
12(1)  The owner of a power plant or thermal liquid heating system 
must
	(a)	maintain and display the certificates of competency of the 
persons supervising the power plant or thermal liquid heating 
system in a conspicuous place on the premises or in a manner 
satisfactory to the Administrator, and
	(b)	provide the certificates of competency of the persons 
supervising the power plant or thermal liquid heating system 
forthwith on request, if they are not conspicuously displayed.
(1.1)  The owner of a heating plant must display in a conspicuous 
place on the premises the certificates of competency of the persons 
supervising the heating plant.

14   Section 14 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)(b)(i) by striking out "sections 2 to 4" 
and substituting "sections 2 to 4.1";
	(b)	by repealing subsection (6) and substituting the 
following:
(6)  Except as authorized under section 2.1, a chief power 
engineer must be present at the power plant for which the chief 
power engineer is responsible during regular working hours, 
but if a chief power engineer is sick or is expected to be absent 
from that power plant for a period exceeding 96 hours and 
there is no power engineer of an equivalent class to replace him 
or her, then the chief power engineer or the owner must apply 
to the Administrator for a temporary certificate of competency 
authorizing a power engineer to provide supervision during the 
absence.
	(c)	by repealing subsection (7) and substituting the 
following:
(7)  Except as authorized under section 3.1, a power engineer 
must be present at the thermal liquid heating system for which 
the power engineer is responsible during regular working 
hours, but if the power engineer in charge is sick or is expected 
to be absent from that thermal liquid heating system for a 
period exceeding 96 hours and there is no power engineer of an 
equivalent class to replace him or her, then the power engineer 
in charge or the owner must apply to the Administrator for a 
temporary certificate of competency authorizing another power 
engineer to provide supervision during the absence.
	(d)	by adding the following after subsection (8):
(9)  Despite subsection (1)(b)(ii)(A), if a power engineer is sick 
or is expected to be absent from a power plant on an 
emergency basis, the chief power engineer 
	(a)	may, on a form acceptable to the Administrator, 
	(i)	authorize a power engineer to provide supervision 
for a period not exceeding 96 hours, at a level not 
more than one rank higher than the certificate of 
competency held by the person, and
	(ii)	include the conditions that the chief power 
engineer considers to be appropriate, if any, 
			and
	(b)	shall, within 96 hours, notify the owner of the power 
plant and the Administrator of the authorization given 
under clause (a).

15   Section 15 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "annually"; 
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (4):
(5)  Despite subsection (1), a Special Steam-powered Traction 
Engine Operator's Certificate of Competency must be renewed 
every 2 years, and to be eligible for renewal the applicant must 
pass a practical examination that is satisfactory to the 
Administrator regarding the safe operation of historic boilers 
referred to in section 2(11).

16   Section 16 is repealed and the following is substituted:
1st Class Power Engineer's examination 
16(1)  To qualify to take a 1st Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency examination, a candidate must hold a 2nd Class Power 
Engineer's Certificate of Competency.
(2)  A 1st Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency 
examination must consist of questions relating to the subjects 
contained in the current reference syllabus established by the 
Administrator for the 1st Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency examination and must be divided into 2 parts, lettered 
A and B.
(3)  To pass a 1st Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency 
examination, a candidate must obtain at least 65% of the total marks 
allotted for each examination paper.
1st Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency
16.1(1)  To qualify for a 1st Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency, an applicant must 
	(a)	pass the 1st Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency examination, and
	(b)	have been employed 
	(i)	for a period of 30 months as a chief power engineer or 
as a shift engineer in a power plant that is required by 
this Regulation to employ a person holding at least a 
2nd Class Power Engineer's certificate of competency 
in that position,
	(ii)	for a period of 45 months as an assistant shift engineer 
in a power plant that is required by this Regulation to 
employ a person holding at least a 3rd Class Power 
Engineer's Certificate of Competency in that position, 
or
	(iii)	for 1/2 the period of time specified in subclause (i) or 
(ii) and for either a period of
	(A)	15 months in a pressure plant in an operating 
capacity satisfactory to the Administrator, or
	(B)	36 months in a supervisory capacity satisfactory to 
the Administrator in the design, construction, 
commissioning, installation, repair, maintenance or 
operation of pressure equipment to which the Act 
applies.
(2)  The Administrator may grant 12 months' credit towards the 
experience required by subsection (1)(b)(i) or (ii) 
	(a)	on successful completion of a course in power engineering 
satisfactory to the Administrator that leads towards a 1st 
Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency 
examination, or
	(b)	to the holder of a degree in mechanical engineering from a 
university satisfactory to the Administrator.

17   Section 17 is repealed and the following is substituted:
2nd Class Power Engineer's examination 
17(1)  To qualify to take a 2nd Class Power Engineer's Certificate 
of Competency examination, a candidate must hold a 3rd Class 
Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency.
(2)  A 2nd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency 
examination must consist of questions relating to the subjects 
contained in the current reference syllabus established by the 
Administrator for the 2nd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency examination and must be divided into 2 parts, lettered 
A and B.
(3)  To pass a 2nd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency examination, a candidate must obtain at least 65% of 
the total marks allotted for each examination paper.
2nd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency
17.1(1)  To qualify for a 2nd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency, an applicant must
	(a)	pass the 2nd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency examination, and
	(b)	have been employed 
	(i)	for a period of 24 months as a chief power engineer, 
shift engineer, assistant shift engineer or assistant 
engineer in a power plant that is required by this 
Regulation to employ a person holding at least a 3rd 
Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency in 
that position,
	(ii)	for a period of 36 months as a shift engineer in a power 
plant that has a capacity exceeding 1000 kW, or
	(iii)	for 1/2 of the period of time specified in subclause (i) or 
(ii) and for either a period of 
	(A)	12 months in a pressure plant in an operating 
capacity satisfactory to the Administrator, or 
	(B)	24 months in a supervisory capacity satisfactory to 
the Administrator in the design, construction, 
commissioning, installation, repair, maintenance or 
operation of pressure equipment to which the Act 
applies.
(2)  The Administrator may grant a credit equivalent to 9 months of 
the experience required by subsection (1)(b)(i) or (ii)
	(a)	on successful completion of a course in power engineering 
satisfactory to the Administrator that leads towards a 2nd 
Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency 
examination, or
	(b)	to the holder of a degree in mechanical engineering from a 
university satisfactory to the Administrator.
(3)  The Administrator may grant a credit equivalent to 1/2 of the 
experience required by subsection (1)(b)(i) or (ii) to a candidate who 
holds a 3rd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency and 
has successfully completed a 2-year power engineering technology 
program satisfactory to the Administrator.

18   Section 18 is repealed and the following is substituted:
3rd Class Power Engineer's examination 
18(1)  To qualify to take a 3rd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency examination, a candidate must hold a 4th Class Power 
Engineer's Certificate of Competency.
(2)  A 3rd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency 
examination must consist of questions relating to the subjects 
contained in the current reference syllabus established by the 
Administrator for the 3rd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency examination and must be divided into 2 parts, lettered 
A and B.
(3)  To pass a 3rd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency 
examination, a candidate must obtain at least 65% of the total marks 
allotted for each examination paper.
(4)  Despite subsection (1), the holder of a valid Building Operator A 
Certificate of Competency who has successfully completed a course 
in power engineering satisfactory to the Administrator that leads 
towards a 3rd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency 
examination is qualified to take the 3rd Class Power Engineer's 
Certificate of Competency examination.
(5)  Despite subsection (1), the holder of a 4th Class Power 
Engineer's Certificate of Competency issued after September 1, 
1998 who will be relying on experience in a heating plant referred to 
in section 18.1(1)(b)(iii)(B) in order to comply with the prerequisites 
for a 3rd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency must 
successfully complete a course in power engineering satisfactory to 
the Administrator that leads towards a 3rd Class Power Engineer's 
Certificate of Competency examination before taking the 3rd Class 
Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency examination.
3rd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency
18.1(1)  To qualify for a 3rd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency, a candidate must 
	(a)	pass the 3rd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency examination, and
	(b)	have been employed 
	(i)	for a period of 12 months as a chief power engineer, 
shift engineer, assistant shift engineer or assistant 
engineer in a power plant that is required by this 
Regulation to employ a person holding at least a 4th 
Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency in 
that position,
	(ii)	for a period of 12 months as a chief power engineer in a 
power plant consisting of oilfield once-through boilers 
that have a capacity exceeding 1000 kW,
	(iii)	for a period of 24 months in a heating plant that has a 
capacity exceeding 3000 kW, while holding
	(A)	a valid Building Operator A Certificate of 
Competency, or
	(B)	a 4th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency issued after September 1, 1998, and 
subject to the requirement of section 18(5) to 
successfully complete a course in power 
engineering satisfactory to the Administrator that 
leads towards a 3rd Class Power Engineer's 
Certificate of Competency examination,
	(iv)	for 1/3 of the period of time specified in subclause (i) or 
(ii) and for a period of 8 months in a pressure plant in a 
position satisfactory to the Administrator, or
	(v)	for 1/2 of the period of time specified in subclause (i) or 
(ii) and for a period of 12 months in a position 
satisfactory to the Administrator in the design, 
construction, commissioning, installation, repair, 
maintenance or operation of pressure equipment to 
which the Act applies.
(2)  The Administrator may grant a credit equivalent to
	(a)	6 months of the experience required by subsection (1)(b)(i) 
or (ii)
	(i)	on successful completion of a course in power 
engineering satisfactory to the Administrator that leads 
towards a 3rd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency examination, or
	(ii)	to the holder of a degree in mechanical engineering 
from a university satisfactory to the Administrator, 
		or
	(b)	9 months of the experience required by subsection (1)(b)(i) 
or (ii) to a candidate who has successfully completed a 2-year 
power engineering technology program satisfactory to the 
Administrator.

19   Section 19 is repealed and the following is substituted:
4th Class Power Engineer's examination 
19(1)  To qualify to take a 4th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency examination, a candidate must 
	(a)	have successfully completed a course in power engineering 
satisfactory to the Administrator that leads towards a 4th 
Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency, or 
	(b)	hold a degree in mechanical engineering from a university 
satisfactory to the Administrator. 
(2)  Despite subsection (1), a candidate who has successfully 
completed the first full term of a 2-year power engineering 
technology program satisfactory to the Administrator is qualified to 
take a 4th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency 
examination.
(3)  Despite subsection (1)(a), 
	(a)	a candidate who has successfully completed part A of a 
course in power engineering satisfactory to the Administrator 
that leads towards a 4th Class Power Engineer's Certificate 
of Competency is qualified to take part A of the examination, 
and 
	(b)	a candidate who has successfully completed part B of a 
course in power engineering satisfactory to the Administrator 
that leads towards a 4th Class Power Engineer's Certificate 
of Competency is qualified to take part B of the examination.
(4)  A 4th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency 
examination must consist of questions relating to the subjects 
contained in the current reference syllabus established by the 
Administrator for the 4th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency examination and must be divided into 2 parts, lettered 
A and B.
(5)  To pass a 4th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency 
examination, a candidate must obtain at least 65% of the total marks 
allotted for each examination paper.
4th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency
19.1   To qualify for a 4th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency, a candidate must
	(a)	pass the 4th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency examination, and
	(b)	have been employed for a period of 
	(i)	6 months
	(A)	assisting in the operation of a power plant that has 
a capacity exceeding 250 kW, or
	(B)	in a pressure plant that has an operating capacity 
satisfactory to the Administrator,
	(ii)	3 months in a power plant described in subclause (i)(A) 
and 12 months in a position satisfactory to the 
Administrator in the design, construction, 
commissioning, installation, repair, maintenance or 
operation of pressure equipment to which the Act 
applies, or
	(iii)	12 months in a heating plant that has a capacity 
exceeding 750 kW while holding a Building Operator A 
Certificate of Competency, a Building Operator B 
Certificate of Competency or a 5th Class Power 
Engineer's Certificate of Competency.
4th Class Power Engineer's special examinations
19.2(1)  Despite sections 19 and 19.1, a candidate who holds a 4th 
Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency that was issued 
before September 1, 1998 and that is still valid is eligible to write a 
special examination on the subject of heating plants after
	(a)	having been employed for a period of 6 months in a heating 
plant that has a capacity exceeding 750 kW in a position 
satisfactory to the Administrator, or  
	(b)	successfully completing an upgrading course that is 
satisfactory to the Administrator.
(2)  Despite sections 19 and 19.1, a candidate who holds a Building 
Operator A Certificate of Competency that is still valid is eligible to 
write a special examination on the subject of power plants after
	(a)	having been employed for a period of 6 months in a power 
plant that has a capacity exceeding 250 kW in a position 
satisfactory to the Administrator, or
	(b)	successfully completing an upgrading course that is 
satisfactory to the Administrator.
(3)  To pass a special examination referred to in this section, a 
candidate must obtain at least 65% of the total marks allotted for the 
examination.
(4)  A candidate who has passed a special examination in accordance 
with this section is qualified for a 4th Class Power Engineer's 
Certificate of Competency.

20   Section 20 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the 
following:
5th Class Power Engineer's examination 
20(1)  To qualify to take a 5th Class Power Engineer's 
Certificate of Competency examination, a candidate must
	(a)	have successfully completed a course in power plant 
and heating plant operation satisfactory to the 
Administrator that leads towards a 5th Class Power 
Engineer's Certificate of Competency examination, 
	(b)	have operated a power plant boiler for a period of 6 
months and operated a heating plant boiler for a further 
period of 6 months, or 
	(c)	hold a degree in mechanical engineering from a 
university satisfactory to the Administrator.
	(b)	by repealing subsections (4), (5) and (6).

21   The following is added after section 20:
5th Class Power Engineer's certificate of competency
20.1   To qualify for a 5th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency, an applicant must
	(a)	pass the 5th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of 
Competency examination, and
	(b)	have assisted in the operation of a power plant or operated a 
heating plant boiler for a period of 6 months.
5th Class Power Engineer's special examinations
20.2(1)  Despite section 20, a candidate who holds a Fireman's 
Certificate of Competency that was issued before September 1, 1998 
and that is still valid is eligible to write a special examination on the 
subject of heating plants after
	(a)	having been employed for a period of 3 months in a heating 
plant in a position satisfactory to the Administrator, or
	(b)	successfully completing an upgrading course that is  
satisfactory to the Administrator.
(2)  Despite section 20, a candidate who holds a Building Operator B 
Certificate of Competency that is still valid is eligible to write a 
special examination on the subject of power plants after
	(a)	having been employed for a period of 3 months in a power 
plant in a position satisfactory to the Administrator, or
	(b)	successfully completing an upgrading course that is 
satisfactory to the Administrator.
(3)  To pass a special examination referred to in subsection (1) or 
(2), a candidate must obtain at least 65% of the total marks allotted 
for the examination.
(4)  Despite section 20.1, a candidate who has passed a special 
examination in accordance with this section is qualified for a 5th 
Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency.

22   Section 21 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)(b) by striking out "vocational course 
in boiler operation satisfactory to the Administrator" and 
substituting "course in boiler operation that is satisfactory 
to the Administrator";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (3):
(4)  A candidate who has passed a Special Oilwell Operator's 
Certificate of Competency examination in accordance with this 
section is qualified for a Special Oilwell Operator's Certificate of 
Competency.

23   Section 22 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (3):
(4)  A candidate who has passed a Special Boiler Operator's 
Certificate of Competency examination in accordance with this 
section is qualified for a Special Boiler Operator's Certificate of 
Competency.

24   The following is added after section 22:
Special Steam-powered Traction Engine  
Operator's examination 
22.1(1)  To qualify to take a Special Steam-powered Traction 
Engine Operator's Certificate of Competency examination, a 
candidate must have successfully completed a course satisfactory to 
the Administrator.
(2)  A Special Steam-powered Traction Engine Operator's 
Certificate of Competency examination must consist of questions 
relating to the subjects contained in the current reference syllabus 
approved by the Administrator for the Special Steam-powered 
Traction Engine Operator's Certificate of Competency examination.
(3)  To pass a Special Steam-powered Traction Engine Operator's 
Certificate of Competency examination, a candidate must obtain at 
least 65% of the total marks allotted for the examination.
(4)  A candidate is qualified for a Special Steam-powered Traction 
Engine Operator's Certificate of Competency after
	(a)	passing the Special Steam-powered Traction Engine 
Operator's Certificate of Competency examination in 
accordance with this section,
	(b)	completing 100 hours supervised operation experience, and
	(c)	passing a practical examination that is satisfactory to the 
Administrator regarding the safe operation of historic boilers 
referred to in section 2(11).
(5)  Despite subsection (4), effective until November 1, 2015, a 
candidate is qualified for a Special Steam-powered Traction Engine 
Operator's Certificate of Competency if on November 1, 2013 the 
candidate
	(a)	holds a valid Special Boiler Operator's Certificate of 
Competency or, at minimum, a 5th Class Power Engineer's 
Certificate of Competency, 
	(b)	has operated or assisted with the operation of a historic boiler 
referred to in section 2(11) for a time period that is 
satisfactory to the Administrator, and
	(c)	on request, is able to pass a practical examination that is 
satisfactory to the Administrator regarding the safe operation 
of historic boilers referred to in section 2(11).
Fired Process Heater Operator's examination 
22.2(1)  To qualify to take a Fired Process Heater Operator's 
Certificate of Competency examination, a candidate must either
	(a)	have successfully completed a course in fired process heater 
operation satisfactory to the Administrator, or
	(b)	hold a degree in mechanical engineering from a university 
satisfactory to the Administrator.
(2)  A Fired Process Heater Operator's Certificate of Competency 
examination must consist of questions satisfactory to the 
Administrator relating to the subjects contained in the current 
reference syllabus for the Fired Process Heater Operator's Certificate 
of Competency examination.
(3)  To pass a Fired Process Heater Operator's Certificate of 
Competency examination, a candidate must obtain at least 65% of 
the total marks allotted for the examination.
(4)  A candidate is qualified for a Fired Process Heater Operator's 
Certificate of Competency after having
	(a)	passed the Fired Process Heater Operator's Certificate of 
Competency examination in accordance with this section, 
and
	(b)	been employed for a period of 
	(i)	12 months assisting in the operation of a thermal liquid 
heating system, a power plant referred to in section 
2.1(1) or an equivalent power plant that is satisfactory 
to the Administrator, or
	(ii)	24 months assisting in the operation of a pressure plant 
that is satisfactory to the Administrator.

25   Section 23 is amended by striking out "sections 16 to 22" 
and substituting "sections 16 to 22.2".

26   Section 25 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "sections 16 to 22" 
and substituting "sections 16 to 22.2";
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "sections 16 to 22" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "sections 16 to 
22.2";
	(c)	in subsection (5) by striking out "take a power 
engineer's examination" and substituting "take a 
certificate of competency examination".

27   Section 26(4) is amended by striking out "an equivalent 
power engineer's examination" and substituting "an equivalent 
certificate of competency examination".

28   Section 27(4) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
(4)  If a candidate is required to provide evidence referred to in 
subsection (3) for a certificate of competency examination or to 
qualify for a certificate of competency but is unable to do so, the 
Administrator may accept a statutory declaration made by the 
candidate that states that the candidate has obtained the required 
operating experience.

29   Section 31 is amended by striking out "April 30, 2014" 
and substituting "April 30, 2018". 

30   The Schedule is repealed and the Schedule to this 
Regulation is substituted.

31(1)  The Pressure Equipment Safety Regulation 
(AR 49/2006) is amended by this section.
(2)  Section 1(1) is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (f) and substituting the 
following:
	(f)	"boiler" means a vessel in which steam or other vapour 
can be generated under pressure or in which a liquid can 
be put under pressure by the direct application of a heat 
source;
	(b)	by repealing clause (o)(i), (ii) and (iii) and 
substituting the following:
	(i)	a boiler in which steam or other vapour can be 
generated at a pressure not exceeding 103 kilopascals 
and a temperature not exceeding 121 degrees Celsius,
	(ii)	a boiler in which liquid can be heated to a pressure not 
exceeding 1100 kilopascals and a temperature not 
exceeding 121 degrees Celsius at or near the outlet of 
the boiler, or
	(iii)	a system or arrangement of boilers described in 
subclause (i) or (ii),
	(c)	by repealing clause (y)(i), (ii) and (iii) and 
substituting the following:
	(i)	a boiler in which steam or other vapour can be 
generated at a pressure exceeding 103 kilopascals or a 
temperature exceeding 121 degrees Celsius,
	(ii)	a boiler in which liquid can be heated to a pressure 
exceeding 1100 kilopascals or a temperature exceeding 
121 degrees Celsius, or both, or
	(iii)	a system or arrangement of boilers described in 
subclause (i) or (ii),
	(d)	in clause (bb) by striking out "the pressure vessel, the 
system of pressure vessels or the arrangement of pressure 
vessels" and substituting "the pressure vessel or the 
system or arrangement of pressure vessels".

32   This Regulation comes into force on December 1, 2013.
Schedule
Notes for all tables:
In all cases, the authorized scope of practice includes the indicated 
upper limit of plant capacity.
(1)  Applies to transportable power plants at drilling sites.
(2)  Stationary plants of this capacity or type require overall 
supervision only, rather than both overall and continuous supervision.
(3)  Used for the sole purpose of underground thermal flooding on oil 
fields.
(4)  Plants of this capacity or type are allowed general supervision.
(5)  Applies to power plants that are allowed reduced supervision 
under section 2.1(2).  These power plants do not produce steam and 
use thermal liquid under pressure of a blanketing gas not exceeding 
700 kPa or uses a water-glycol mixture with a minimum of 40% 
glycol.
(6)  Applies to power plants that are allowed reduced supervision 
under section 2.1(1).
(7)  Applies to historical boilers, excluding locomotives operating on a 
railroad.
(8)  Plants of this capacity or type are allowed reduced supervision.




Table 1 
Power Plant (General)
Row 1

Ce
rtif
ica
te 
of 
Co
mp
ete
nc
y 
not 
req
uir
ed

1st Class Power Engineer's Certificate required as Chief Power Engineer
Row 2


2nd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency required as Chief Power Engineer
2nd Class Power Engineer 
 as Shift Engineer 
Row 3


3rd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency required as 
Chief Power Engineer
3rd Class Power Engineer 
as Shift Engineer 
3rd Class Power Engineer 
as Assistant Shift Engineer 
Row 4



4th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency 
 required as Chief Power Engineer
4th Class Power 
Engineer as 
Shift Engineer 
4th Class Power Engineer 
as Assistant Shift Engineer 
or Assistant Engineer
4th Class Power Engineer 
as Assistant Engineer
Row 5



5th Class Power Engineer's or 
Fireman's Certificate of Competency 
required as Chief Power Engineer
5th Class Power 
Engineer as  
Shift Engineer 



Row 6


Special Boiler 
Operator's Certificate 
of Competency (4)
Special Oilwell Operator's 
Certificate of Competency (1) (4)



Row 7


Fired Process Heater Operator's Certificate of Competency (5)
Row 8


Special 
Steam-powered 
Traction Engine 
Operator's Certificate 
of Competency(7)






                               0 kw       20 kW                              250 kW           500 kW                            1000 kW                 5000 Kw                                   10 000 Kw                                      Plant 
Capacity                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Over 
10 000 kW
 



Table 2 
Power Plant (Oilfield Once through Boiler)
Row 1

Cert
ific
ate 
of  
Co
mpe
tenc
y 
 not 
req
uire
d

1st Class Power Engineer's Certificate required as Chief Power Engineer

Row 2



2nd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency required as Chief Power Engineer
2nd Class Power Engineer 
as Shift Engineer
Row 3


3rd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency required as Chief Power 
Engineer
3rd Class Power Engineer 
as Shift Engineer 
3rd Class Power Engineer 
as Assistant Shift Engineer


Row 4



4th Class Power Engineer's  
Certificate of Competency  
required as Chief Power Engineer
4th Class Power Engineer 
as Shift Engineer or 
Assistant Shift Engineer
4th Class Power Engineer 
as Shift Engineer or Assistant  
Shift Engineer
4th Class Power Engineer 
as Assistant Shift Engineer
                               0 kw       20 kW                                                      5000 Kw                                                    10 000 Kw                                                   15 000 kW                        Plant 
Capacity                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Over 
15 000 kW





Table 3 
Power Plants (operating pressures exceeding 103 kPa and not exceeding 140 kPa)(2)
Row 3

C
er
tif
ic
at
e 
of 
C
o
m
p
et
e
n
c
y 
 
n
ot 
re
q
ui
re
d

3rd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency


Row 4



4th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency 


                               0 kw       250 kW                                                                                                                       5000 Kw                                                   1                                             Plant 
Capacity                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Over 
5000 kW




Table 4 
Heating Plants(4)(8)
Row 4

C
er
tif
ic
at
e 
of 
C
o
m
p
et
e
n
c
y 
 
n
ot 
re
q
ui
re
d

4th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency issued on or after September 1, 1998 or Building Operator A Certificate of Competency


Row 5



5th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency or Building Operator 
B Certificate of Competency


                               0 kw       750 kW                                                                                                                       3000 Kw                                                   1                                             Plant 
Capacity                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Over 
3000 kW






Table 5 
Thermal Liquid Heating Systems(4)(6)(8)
Row 3

Certifi
cate of  
Comp
etency  
 not 
requir
ed

3rd Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency

Row 4


4th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency required as Power 
Engineer in charge of the Thermal Liquid Heating System
4th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency required as Shift 
Operator
Row 5


5th Class Power Engineer's Certificate of Competency required as Shift 
Operator

Row 7



Fired Process Heater Operator's Certificate of Competency
                               0 kw       250 kW                                                                                                                  1000 Kw                                                                                                   System 
Capacity                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Over 
1000 kW




Alberta Regulation 219/2013
Health Information Act
DESIGNATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: November 29, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Health (M.O. 38/2013) on November 
29, 2013 pursuant to section 108(2)(a) of the Health Information Act. 
1   The Designation Regulation (AR 69/2001) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Section 2 is amended 
	(a)	by repealing clauses (a) to (c); 
	(b)	by adding the following before clause (d):
	(c.1)	Health Research Ethics Board of Alberta;
	(c)	by repealing clause (f).

3   Section 3 is amended by striking out "November 30, 2013" 
and substituting "March 31, 2014".