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Regulation 19. Qualifications for examination of engine drivers.



 P.U.(A) 34/70
 FACTORIES AND MACHINERY
(CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCY- EXAMINATIONS) REGULATIONS, 1970

Regulation 19. Qualifications for examination of engine drivers.

(1) An applicant for examination as a second grade engine driver (steam) shall not be less than twenty-one years of age at the date of examination; and shall-
(a) have served for a period of not less than two years as a steam engine or steam boiler attendant; or
(b) have served for a period of not less than three years as an apprentice or journeyman fitter in such a steam plant or an engineering workshop as approved by the Panel; or
 (c) have satisfactorily completed a full-time course in a mechanical engineering trade at a school approved by the Panel and have had subsequent service of not less than twelve months as a steam boiler attendant.
(2) An applicant for examination as a first grade driver (steam) shall have been an assistant to an engineer, dredgemaster or driver in operational charge of a steam boiler of not less than five hundred square feet heating surface for a period of not less than eighteen months while holding a certificate of competency as a second grade driver (steam) or an equivalent certificate of competency.
 (3) An applicant for examination as a second grade driver (internal combustion engine) shall not be less than nineteen years of age at the date of the examination; and shall-
(a) have served for a period of not less than two years as an attendant on an internal combustion engine of not less than forty horse power; or
 (b) have served for a period of not less than three years as an apprentice or journeyman fitter on internal combustion engines in an engineering workshop approved by the Panel; or
(c) have satisfactorily completed a full-time course in a mechanical engineering trade at a school approved by the Panel and have had subsequent service of not less than twelve months as an attendant on an internal combustion engine of not less than forty horse power.
(4) An applicant for examination as a first grade driver (internal combustion engine) shall have been an assistant to an engineer, dredgemaster or driver in operational charge of an internal combustion engine of not less than one hundred horse power for a period of not less than eighteen months while holding a certificate of competency as a second grade driver (internal combustion engine) or an equivalent certificate of competency.



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