Subpart 2—Employer licences

Subpart 2 heading: inserted, on 1 April 2010, by section 13 of the Electricity Amendment Act 2006 (2006 No 70).

115 Employer licence

(1)

A person is, on application in the prescribed form (if any) and on payment of the prescribed fee (if any), entitled to be issued with an employer licence by the Board if the person satisfies the Board that the person will at all times maintain a system of operation—

(a)

that complies with the requirements that are prescribed by regulations; and

(b)

that is sufficient to ensure that employees of that person who do, or assist in doing, prescribed electrical work—

(i)

are competent to carry out the range of work for which they are employed; and

(ii)

receive the supervision and training that is necessary to ensure that the work—

(A)

is carried out safely and competently; and

(B)

complies with the requirements of this Act and any regulations.

(2)

However, a person is not entitled to be issued with an employer licence if the person is precluded from holding an employer licence because of any action taken by the Board under section 120.

(3)

The Board may impose in respect of any employer licence issued under this section any terms and conditions that the Board thinks fit (for example, by restricting the types of prescribed electrical work that may otherwise be done under the licence).

Section 115: substituted, on 1 April 2010, by section 13 of the Electricity Amendment Act 2006 (2006 No 70).