Engine Drivers' Examination Regulations 1952

First-class engine driver

  • Heading: replaced, on 1 January 1970, by regulation 8 of the Engine Drivers' Examination Regulations 1952, Amendment No 5 (SR 1969/264).

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  • (1) In accordance with the Act, a first-class engine driver's certificate entitles the holder to drive and have charge of any boiler, steam turbine, or stationary steam engine (other than a winding engine).

    (2) An applicant for examination for the first-class engine driver's certificate shall—

    • (a) be at least 21 years of age:

    • (b) forward with his application the prescribed fee:

    • (d) produce satisfactory proof of one of the following service qualifications:

      • (i) service for at least 4 years in the fitting or fitting and turning trade as an apprentice or journeyman in a workshop or workshops where steam engines, steam turbines, or boilers are made or repaired, or on maintenance work associated with large boilers, steam engines, or steam turbines:

      • (ii) having for a period of 2 years, while holding a second-class engine driver's certificate or equivalent, had actual charge of, or fired and attended under the supervision of an engine driver holding an extra first-class or first-class engine driver's certificate, a boiler, or boilers, with a total capacity exceeding 200 horsepower:

      • (iii) having for a period of 5 years outside New Zealand been in actual charge of a boiler, or boilers, with a total capacity exceeding the New Zealand rating of 500 horsepower, and having passed the examination for the second-class engine driver's certificate:

    • (e) pass an examination the syllabus for which is set out in Part 2 of Schedule 2.

    Regulation 25: replaced, on 1 January 1970, by regulation 8 of the Engine Drivers' Examination Regulations 1952, Amendment No 5 (SR 1969/264).