Subpart 4—Evacuation schemes

75 Relevant building defined for purposes of sections 76 to 79

(1)

In sections 76 to 79, relevant building means a building or part of a building used for 1 or more of the following purposes:

(a)

the gathering together, for any purpose, of 100 or more persons:

(b)

providing employment facilities for 10 or more persons:

(c)

providing accommodation for 6 or more persons (other than in 3 or fewer household units):

(d)

a place where hazardous substances are present in quantities exceeding the prescribed minimum amounts, whatever the purpose for which the building is used:

(e)

providing an early childhood education and care centre (other than in a household unit):

(f)

providing nursing, medical, or geriatric care (other than in a household unit):

(g)

providing specialised care for persons with disabilities (other than in a household unit):

(h)

providing accommodation for persons under lawful detention (not being persons serving a sentence of home detention or community detention, or serving a sentence of imprisonment on home detention, or on parole subject to residential restrictions imposed under section 15 of the Parole Act 2002):

(i)

any other prescribed purpose.

(2)

However, in sections 76 to 79, relevant building does not include premises of a mission (as defined in section 2(1) of the Diplomatic Privileges and Immunities Act 1968).

(3)

In this section, early childhood education and care centre has the same meaning as in section 310 of the Education Act 1989.

Compare: 1975 No 42 s 21A