Subordinate Legislation No.202 of 2020 Rail Safety National Law National Regulations (Fees and Other Measures) Variation Regulations 2020 (South Australia)
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4 June 2020 THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT GAZETTE No. 47 p. 3107 5Variation of regulation 57Reporting of notifiable occurrences Regulation 57(2)(a)delete paragraph (a) and substitute: (a) immediately after becoming aware of the occurrencegive an oral report of the occurrence to the Regulator; and 6Variation of Schedule 3Fees Schedule 3, Part 2, clause 1(1), tabledelete the table in clause 1(1) and substitute: ACT NSW NT QLD SA TAS VIC WA Rate per kilometre of track managed by a rail infrastructure manager ($/km) (R T ) 260.71 260.71 57.92 138.05 123.89 88.47 175.74 91.66 Rate per kilometre travelled by trains of a rolling stock operator ($/km) (R t ) 0.079 0.079 0.162 0.078 0.102 0.245 0.039 0.045 Made by the Governor on the unanimous recommendation of the responsible Ministers and with the advice and consent of the Executive Council on 4 June 2020 No 202 of 2020 All instruments appearing in this gazette are to be considered official, and obeyed as such Printed and published weekly by authority of S. SMITH, Government Printer, South Australia $7.70 per issue (plus postage), $387.60 per annual subscriptionGST inclusive Online publications: www.governmentgazette.sa.gov.au
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