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Revocation of appointment of transit officer

113G Revocation of appointment of transit officer

(1) The chief executive may revoke the appointment of a person as a transit officer if—
(a) the chief executive is of the opinion the person is no longer suitable to be a transit officer, having regard to the matters mentioned in section 111B ; or
Division 1 , subdivision 2 outlines the process for assessing a person’s suitability to be, or continue to be, a transit officer.
(b) the person—
(i) has failed to comply with section 111F (3) ; or
(ii) has failed to undertake transit officer training as required by the chief executive under section 113C (2) ; or
(iii) has failed to comply with section 113D (1) ; or
(iv) has failed to provide a specimen of breath for an alcohol test, or a specimen of saliva or urine for a drug test, to be conducted under section 116 ; or
(v) has knowingly failed to comply with part 4A without a reasonable excuse.
(2) Subsection (1) (b) (iv) does not apply if the transit officer has a reasonable excuse, because of a medical condition, for being unable to provide the specimen of breath, saliva or urine.
(3) If the person is an employee of a railway manager, railway operator or the Authority, the chief executive may advise the railway manager or railway operator of the revocation.

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