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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY REFORM AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS (AMENDMENT) 1993 NO. 230EXPLANATORY STATEMENT
Statutory Rules 1993 No. 230
Issued by the Authority of the Minister for Industrial Relations
Construction Industry Reform and Development Act 1992
Construction Industry Reform and Development Regulations (Amendment)
Section 56 of the Construction Industry Reform and Development Act 1992 (the Act) provides that the Governor-General may make regulations for the purposes of the Act.
The Act establishes two bodies known as the Construction Industry Development Council (the Council) and the Construction Industry Development Agency (the Agency). The Act further provides that there is to be a Board of the Agency.
Paragraph 6(1)(e) of the Act provides that members to represent prescribed industry bodies are to be appointed to the Council. Paragraph 6(1) (g) provides that members to represent prescribed trade unions are also to be appointed to the Council.
Regulation 5 of the Construction Industry Reform and Development Regulations (the Regulations) currently prescribes the various industry bodies identified in Schedule 1 of the Regulations. Regulation 7 currently prescribes the various trade unions identified in Schedule 2 to the Regulations.
The names of a number of industry bodies and trade unions had changed and it was necessary to amend Schedule 1 and Schedule 2 to reflect these changes.
Subregulation 3.1 omits the Schedules and substitutes them with new Schedules 1 and 2.
Section 20 of the Act provides that the Board shall consist of a number of members including a Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Subsection 37(2) of the Act provides in part that the CEO is to be paid such allowances as are prescribed. Subsection 37(3) provides in part that subsection 37(2) has effect subject to the Remuneration Tribunal Act 1973.
Regulation 10 of the Regulations provided an entitlement to travelling allowance for the CEO.
The Remuneration Tribunal had determined travelling allowance for the CEO and regulation 10 was no longer required.
Subregulation 2.1 omits regulation 10 of the Regulations.
The Regulations commenced on gazettal.