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Annual Report 1985/1986 Electrical Workers and Contractors Licensing Board



Annual Report 1985/1986 Electrical Workers and Contractors Licensing Board

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Tabled Paper 37


Tabled Papers for 5th Assembly 1987 - 1990; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT






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APPRENTICES. Apprentices to trades that require a person to hold an electrical workers licence are registered with the Board. During the year a total of 122 apprentices were registered in the following categories: Electrical Fitter/Mechanics. Electrical Mechanics Electrical Fitters Linesman/XLPE Cable Jointers. Refrigeration Mechanics. Instrument Fitters. Radio & T.V. Mechanics. Office Machinery Technicians. ************************ PERMIT HOLDERS. A number of persons are involved in electrical work of a restricted or limited nature, such as the repair of electrical appliances ranging from common household to highly sophisticated industrial and medical equipment. In most cases the qualifications of these persons would not meet the requirements for the issue of an electrical workers licence in Grade A, B or R. The Act provides for these persons, by allowing the Board to issue Permits to suitably qualified persons on an individual basis. The type of work that the holder is permitted to perform, together with any condition or restriction, is endorsed on the Permit. Permits on issue as at 30/6/85 80 Permits issued 1/7/85 to 30/6/86 42 55 2 1 1 34 5 22 2 Total on issue as at 30/6/86 122

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