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Name: Building and Construction Industry Training Fund Act 1990 (No. 38 of 1990)
Country: Australia
Subject(s): Construction workers
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 1990-12-20
Entry into force:
Published on: The Statute Law of Tasmania 1990, 1991, pp. 597-634
ISN: AUS-1990-L-27180
Bibliography: The Statute Law of Tasmania 1990, 1991, pp. 597-634
Act on-line Act on-line Tasmania's Consolidated Legislation On-line, Government of Tasmania, Australia (consulted on 2009-09-17)
Abstract/Citation: This Act seeks to improve the quality of training in the building and construction industry. Part 2 creates a Building and Construction Industry Training Board and describes its membership, functions, powers and administrative structure. Part 3 establishes a Building and Construction Industry Training Levy to be imposed on all construction projects except those exempted. Part 4 mandates that the Board shall create training plans and it sets out in general terms what those plans should contain.
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