For information only: Made by the Minister of Advanced Education
(M.O. 120/2022) on June 30, 2022 pursuant to section 22(2) of the Skilled Trades and
Apprenticeship Education Act.
Table of Contents
1 Definitions
Designated Trades and Restricted Activities
2 Designated trades
3 Restricted activities
Alberta Board of Skilled Trades
4 Board member term of office
5 Board bylaws
6 Additional functions of the Board
7 Committee member term of office
8 Committee member remuneration and expenses
Administrator
9 Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
10 Endorsements
11 Issuance of endorsements
12 Additional functions of the Administrator
13 Authorization to perform restricted activities
14 Factory mass production, in-plant assembly operations and in-plant
processing of natural resources
15 Reconsideration of decisions
16 Review of reconsiderations
17 Suspension of trade certificates or endorsements
18 Revocation of trade certificates or endorsements
General
19 Coming into force

Schedules
Definitions
1 In this Regulation,
(a) "Act" means the Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship
Education Act;
(b) "employer" means a person who employs an individual to
perform restricted activities within a designated trade or
branch of a designated trade;
(c) "student work training program" means a program
(i) under which an individual receives work experience and
training in a designated trade or branch of a designated
trade,
(ii) that is offered to the individual by or on behalf of
(A) a board as defined in the Education Act,
(B) an operator of a school that is a charter school as
defined in the Education Act,
(C) a person responsible for the operation of a private
school as defined in the Education Act,
(D) a university as defined in the Post-secondary
Learning Act,
(E) a comprehensive community college as defined in
the Post-secondary Learning Act,
(F) a polytechnic institution as defined in the
Post-secondary Learning Act, or
(G) a person licensed to provide vocational training
under the Private Vocational Training Act,
and
(iii) that is recognized by the Registrar under section 6(2)(a)
and (b) of the Act as being the equivalent of
(A) classroom instruction or on-the-job instruction that
is required as part of an apprenticeship education
program, or
(B) training that is required as part of an industry
training program.
Designated Trades and Restricted Activities
Designated trades
2(1) The trades that are listed in Schedule 1 are designated trades
under the Act.
(2) A designated trade includes any branches of the designated trade
that are listed in Schedule 1.
Restricted activities
3 Where there are activities within a designated trade or branch of a
designated trade that are restricted activities under the Act, those
restricted activities and the classes of individuals who may perform
those restricted activities are set out in Schedule 2.
Alberta Board of Skilled Trades
Board member term of office
4(1) The term of an appointment as a member of the Board shall not
exceed 3 years and an individual shall not hold office as a member of
the Board for a continuous period exceeding 9 years.
(2) A member of the Board shall not hold a designation as chair of the
Board under section 13(2) of the Act for a continuous period exceeding
6 years.
(3) An individual who has held office as a member of the Board for
the maximum continuous period allowed by subsection (1) may not
hold office as a member of the Board in the following 3-year period.
(4) The term of an appointment as a member of the Board or of a
designation as chair of the Board continues, if applicable, after the end
of the actual term for which the appointment or designation was made,
regardless of the 9-year limitation under subsection (1) or the 6-year
limitation under subsection (2), until the earliest of
(a) the effective date of the appointment or reappointment
replacing that appointment or the designation or redesignation
replacing that designation,
(b) any other event that terminates the appointment or
designation, and
(c) 3 months after the actual term of the appointment or
designation ends.
Board bylaws
5(1) With the approval of the Minister, the Board shall make bylaws
respecting
(a) the conduct of the business and affairs of the Board in
carrying out its duties and exercising its powers, and
(b) the calling and conducting of and the procedures governing
meetings of the Board.
(2) For greater certainty, and without limiting the generality of
section 14(3) of the Act, the Regulations Act does not apply to bylaws
made by the Board under subsection (1).
Additional functions of the Board
6(1) The additional functions of the Board referred to in section
14(1)(e) of the Act are
(a) to promote the establishment and maintenance of welcoming
and inclusive work environments for designated trades,
(b) to advise the Minister on matters related to endorsements,
(c) to advise the Administrator on suspensions or revocations of
trade certificates or endorsements,
(d) to advise the Registrar on competencies for apprenticeship
education programs and industry training programs related to
designated trades, and
(e) if the Board considers it appropriate to do so, to designate
one member of a committee established by the Board under
section 15 of the Act as chair of the committee and one or
more other members of the committee to act in the place of
the chair when the chair is absent or is otherwise unable to
carry out the duties of the chair.
(2) For greater certainty, and without limiting the generality of
section 14(3) of the Act, the Regulations Act does not apply in respect
of any documentation prepared by or on behalf of the Board relating to
the carrying out of any functions under subsection (1).
Committee member term of office
7(1) The term of an appointment as a member of a committee established
by the Board under section 15 of the Act shall not exceed 3 years and an
individual shall not hold office as a member of such a committee for a
continuous period exceeding 9 years.
(2) A member of a committee established by the Board under
section 15 of the Act shall not hold a designation as chair of the
committee under section 6(1)(e) for a continuous period exceeding 6
years.
(3) An individual who has held office as a member of a committee
established by the Board under section 15 of the Act for the maximum
continuous period allowed by subsection (1) may not hold office as a
member of the committee in the following 3-year period.
(4) The term of an appointment as a member of a committee
established by the Board under section 15 of the Act or of a
designation as chair of such a committee continues, if applicable, after
the end of the actual term for which the appointment or designation
was made, regardless of the 9-year limitation under subsection (1) or
the 6-year limitation under subsection (2), until the earliest of
(a) the effective date of the appointment or reappointment
replacing that appointment or the designation or
redesignation replacing that designation,
(b) any other event that terminates the appointment or
designation, and
(c) 3 months after the actual term of the appointment or
designation ends.
Committee member remuneration and expenses
8 Members of a committee established by the Board under section 15
of the Act, other than any members who are employees of the
Government of Alberta, are entitled to be paid
(a) remuneration for the carrying out of their duties as members
in accordance with section 1 of Part B of Schedule 1 to the
Committee Remuneration Order in Appendix 3 to Order in
Council numbered O.C. 466/2007, even where the member
holds a designation as chair of the committee under
section 6(1)(e), and
(b) travelling and living expenses necessarily incurred in the carrying
out of their duties as members in accordance with any directive
issued by the Treasury Board respecting travel, meal and
hospitality expenses, as though the members were employees as
defined in the Public Service Act.
Administrator
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
9 A trade certificate
(a) referred to in section 1(r)(i) of the Act, and
(b) issued by the Administrator under section 18(1)(c)(i) of the
Act to an individual in a designated trade or branch of a
designated trade
shall be known as an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate.
Endorsements
10(1) For the purposes of the Act and the regulations made under the
Act, "endorsement", in respect of a designated trade or branch of a
designated trade, means the following:
(a) a Red Seal Endorsement issued by the Administrator under
section 18(1)(c)(i) of the Act and in accordance with section
11 of this Regulation;
(b) a document issued outside of Alberta to an individual and
recognized by the Administrator under section 12(d)(iv) as
being the equivalent of an endorsement referred to in
clause (a);
(c) a Red Seal Endorsement recognized under subsection (2).
(2) For the purposes of the Act and the regulations made under the
Act, a Red Seal Endorsement that was issued or recognized under the
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act, RSA 2000 cA-42, is
recognized as being the equivalent of an endorsement referred to in
subsection (1)(a).
Issuance of endorsements
11(1) The Administrator may issue under section 18(1)(c)(i) of the
Act a Red Seal Endorsement in a designated trade or branch of a
designated trade to an individual who has met the standards and
requirements respecting that endorsement established by the Canadian
Council of Directors of Apprenticeship under the Interprovincial
Standards Red Seal Program.
(2) Only an individual who holds a trade certificate with the Red Seal
Endorsement in a designated trade or branch of a designated trade
may, in accordance with the standards and requirements established by
the Canadian Council of Directors of Apprenticeship under the
Interprovincial Standards Red Seal Program, use the "RSE" acronym
(Red Seal Endorsement).
Additional functions of the Administrator
12 The additional functions of the Administrator referred to in
section 18(1)(g) of the Act are
(a) to administer the standards and requirements, respecting the
Red Seal Endorsement in a designated trade or branch of a
designated trade, established by the Canadian Council of
Directors of Apprenticeship under the Interprovincial
Standards Red Seal Program,
(b) to consider applications for an authorization to perform
restricted activities within a designated trade or branch of a
designated trade under section 13 and, in respect of each
application,
(i) grant the authorization if the Administrator is satisfied
that all applicable requirements for the authorization are
met, or
(ii) reject the application and refuse to grant the
authorization if the Administrator is not satisfied that all
applicable requirements for the authorization are met,
(c) to determine whether a committee process is appropriate to
evaluate the skills and knowledge in a designated trade or
branch of a designated trade of an individual who, in the
opinion of the Administrator, may have failed to demonstrate
the skills and knowledge in the designated trade or branch of
the designated trade expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate or, if applicable, an endorsement in the
designated trade or branch of the designated trade and, if the
Administrator determines that such a process is appropriate,
to establish such a process, and
(d) if the Administrator considers it appropriate to do so,
(i) to suspend, on any terms and conditions the
Administrator considers appropriate in the
circumstances, or revoke an endorsement,
(ii) to award credit, in the form of time in an amount
determined by the Administrator, for an individual's
work experience in a designated trade or branch of a
designated trade, which credit shall apply towards the
individual's satisfaction of the standards and
requirements for certification in the designated trade or
branch of the designated trade established by order of
the Board under section 14(2)(b) of the Act,
(iii) to recognize an education or training program, other
than an apprenticeship education program or an industry
training program, as a program that, on successful
completion, will result in a document recognized by
order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson
Certificate, and
(iv) to recognize a document that is issued outside of
Alberta to an individual as being the equivalent of an
endorsement referred to in section 10(1)(a).
Authorization to perform restricted activities
13(1) Subject to subsection (6), the Administrator may grant an
authorization to perform a restricted activity within a designated trade
or branch of a designated trade to an individual or a group of
individuals who are not otherwise permitted to perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade or branch of the designated trade.
(2) The Administrator may impose any terms and conditions on an
authorization granted under subsection (1) that the Administrator
considers appropriate in the circumstances.
(3) At any time that the Administrator considers it appropriate in the
circumstances, the Administrator may do the following:
(a) revoke an authorization granted under subsection (1);
(b) impose, alter or revoke any terms and conditions on an
authorization granted under subsection (1).
(4) An individual who is performing a restricted activity within a
designated trade or branch of a designated trade under an authorization
granted under subsection (1) shall not perform the restricted activity
except in accordance with the authorization.
(5) The Regulations Act does not apply in respect of any authorization
granted by the Administrator under subsection (1) or documentation
prepared by or on behalf of the Administrator relating to an
authorization granted under subsection (1).
(6) The Administrator shall take into account the following factors
when deciding whether to grant an authorization to an individual or a
group of individuals under subsection (1):
(a) the degree of risk resulting from the restricted activity to the
public, the individual or group of individuals and the
coworkers of the individual or group of individuals;
(b) whether, at the time that the individual or group of
individuals are to perform the restricted activity, the
individual or group of individuals will have sufficient
training
(i) to ensure proper and safe handling or application of any
dangerous substances, destructive equipment or
dangerous techniques or practices that the individual or
group of individuals will use to perform the restricted
activity, and
(ii) to maintain a standard of quality and skill satisfactory to
the Administrator in the performance of the restricted
activity;
(c) the potential benefit to the individual or group of individuals
resulting from the authorization;
(d) whether the restricted activity relates to the carrying out of
warranty work;
(e) the rationale for having the individual or group of
individuals, instead of an apprentice or individual who holds
a trade certificate or, if applicable, an endorsement in the
designated trade or branch of the designated trade, perform
the restricted activity;
(f) the period of time during which the authorization is to be in
effect;
(g) any efforts to encourage the individual or group of
individuals to meet the standards and requirements for
issuance of a trade certificate or, if applicable, an
endorsement in the designated trade or branch of the
designated trade within a specified period of time;
(h) any consultation between employee or employer groups
affected by the authorization;
(i) the potential effect of the authorization, or a refusal to grant
the authorization, on the following:
(i) the designated trade or branch of the designated trade;
(ii) the operation, productivity and economic
competitiveness and prosperity of a plant or business
operation;
(iii) the economic competitiveness and prosperity of
(A) the Province of Alberta, and
(B) competitors in the industry in which the restricted
activity is to be performed;
(j) any other factors that, in the opinion of the Administrator, are
relevant.
Factory mass production, in-plant assembly operations
and in-plant processing of natural resources
14(1) In subsection (4), "shutdown" means the complete or partial
stoppage of
(a) the operation of a component or part of a component in a
plant,
(b) a piece of equipment in a plant,
(c) a section of a plant or process within a plant, or
(d) an entire plant
to allow for the expansion of a plant, the installation of new equipment
in a plant or to upgrade or repair existing components or equipment in
a plant.
(2) Subject to subsection (4) and any orders made by the
Administrator under subsection (5), an individual may perform a
restricted activity within a designated trade or branch of a designated
trade if the individual is engaged in work that consists primarily of
factory mass production or in-plant assembly operations where
products or components are produced or assembled
(a) through a pre-defined and documented set of steps,
(b) in a controlled environment in a permanent facility,
(c) by individuals who are trained appropriately in the opinion of
the Administrator, and
(d) under supervision and inspections that are appropriate in the
opinion of the Administrator.
(3) Subject to subsection (4) and any orders made by the
Administrator under subsection (5), an individual may perform a
restricted activity within a designated trade or branch of a designated
trade if the individual is engaged in in-plant processing, or operations
supporting in-plant processing, of natural resources through the
collection, refinement and transformation of these resources into a
final product where the work consists of recurring or repetitive,
documented operations and is performed
(a) on site in a processing plant, along a pipeline or at an
extraction, collection or harvesting site,
(b) by individuals who are trained appropriately in the opinion of
the Administrator, and
(c) under supervision and inspections that are appropriate in the
opinion of the Administrator.
(4) The construction or modification of
(a) a component or part of a component in a plant,
(b) a piece of equipment in a plant,
(c) a process within a plant,
(d) a section of a plant, or
(e) an entire plant
during new construction or plant shutdown periods does not qualify as
a type of work to which subsection (2) or (3) applies unless it already
was occurring regularly while the plant was operational.
(5) Where a type of work referred to in subsection (2) or (3) is being
carried out or is purportedly being carried out, the Administrator may,
at any time, by order declare that subsection (2) or (3), as applicable,
does not apply to the work and revoke or deny permission for the
individual to perform a restricted activity within a designated trade or
branch of a designated trade under subsection (2) or (3), as applicable,
if the Administrator is of the opinion that
(a) the training, supervision and inspections respecting the work
are not appropriate, or
(b) the work is not a type of work to which subsection (2) or (3)
applies.
(6) The Administrator shall rescind an order made under
subsection (5) if the Administrator is satisfied that
(a) the training, supervision and inspections respecting the work
that is the subject of the order are appropriate, and
(b) if applicable, the work that is the subject of the order has
been modified so that it is a type of work to which
subsection (2) or (3) applies.
(7) The Regulations Act does not apply in respect of any order made
by the Administrator under subsection (5) or documentation prepared
by or on behalf of the Administrator relating to an order made under
subsection (5).
Reconsideration of decisions
15(1) In this section,
(a) "Administrator" means the Administrator for Designated
Trades appointed under section 17(1) of the Act;
(b) "Deputy Administrator" means a deputy Administrator
designated under section 17(2) of the Act.
(2) A person affected by any of the following decisions may request
under section 20(c) of the Act that the Administrator reconsider the
decision:
(a) a decision of the Administrator or a Deputy Administrator
under section 13 to reject an application for an authorization or
to revoke an authorization;
(b) a decision of the Administrator or a Deputy Administrator
under section 14(5) to revoke or deny permission for an
individual to perform a restricted activity within a designated
trade or branch of a designated trade under section 14(2) or
(3), as applicable;
(c) a decision of the Administrator or a Deputy Administrator
under section 17 to suspend a trade certificate or an
endorsement;
(d) a decision of the Administrator or a Deputy Administrator
under section 18 to revoke a trade certificate or an
endorsement.
(3) A request under section 20 of the Act for the Administrator to
reconsider a decision may be made by a person affected by the
decision and must
(a) be in writing,
(b) be served on the Administrator within 30 days of when the
person is served the decision, and
(c) include the following:
(i) the name and mailing address of the person;
(ii) the phone number or email address of the person;
(iii) the decision;
(iv) the reason for requesting the reconsideration;
(v) if applicable, any other information
(A) requested by the Administrator, or
(B) that the person wishes the Administrator to take
into account in the reconsideration.
(4) On being served a request that complies with subsection (3), the
Administrator
(a) may decide to confirm, reverse or vary the decision that is the
subject of the reconsideration, and
(b) within 60 days of being served the request, shall serve on the
person the decision of the Administrator to confirm, reverse
or vary the decision that is the subject of the reconsideration.
(5) A decision of the Administrator under subsection (4) must be in
writing and include
(a) reasons for confirming, reversing or varying the decision that
is the subject of the reconsideration, and
(b) a statement of the right of the person to request a review by
the Minister under section 16 of the decision of the
Administrator to confirm, reverse or vary the decision that is
the subject of the reconsideration.
(6) The Administrator shall not delegate any of the powers or
functions of the Administrator under this section to any person,
including to a Deputy Administrator.
Review of reconsiderations
16(1) In this section, "Administrator" means the Administrator for
Designated Trades appointed under section 17(1) of the Act.
(2) A person affected by a decision of the Administrator under section
15 to confirm, reverse or vary a decision that is the subject of a
reconsideration may request, by application, a review by the Minister
of the decision of the Administrator.
(3) An application under subsection (2) must
(a) be in writing,
(b) be served on the Minister and the Administrator within 45
days of the date shown on the decision of the Administrator,
and
(c) include the following:
(i) the name and mailing address of the person;
(ii) the phone number or email address of the person;
(iii) the decision of the Administrator;
(iv) the reason for requesting the review;
(v) if applicable, any other information
(A) requested by the Minister, or
(B) that the person wishes the Minister to take into
account in the review.
(4) On being served an application that complies with subsection (3),
the Minister may decide to confirm, reverse or vary the decision of the
Administrator.
(5) A decision of the Minister under subsection (4) must be in writing
and include reasons for confirming, reversing or varying the decision
of the Administrator.
(6) A decision of the Minister under subsection (4) is final.
Suspension of trade certificates or endorsements
17(1) Subject to subsection (2), the Administrator may suspend, on
any terms and conditions the Administrator considers appropriate in
the circumstances, the following in respect of an individual:
(a) an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate held by the individual;
(b) an endorsement referred to in section 10(1)(a) or (c) held by
the individual;
(c) a recognition under section 14(2)(c) of the Act of a document
issued outside of Alberta to the individual as being the
equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate;
(d) a recognition under section 12(d)(iv) of a document issued
outside of Alberta to the individual as being the equivalent of
an endorsement referred to in section 10(1)(a).
(2) Subsection (1) only applies if, in the opinion of the Administrator,
there is an inspection in progress related to
(a) compliance by the individual with the Act or regulations
made under the Act, or
(b) failure by the individual to demonstrate the skills and
knowledge in a designated trade or branch of a designated
trade expected of an individual who holds a trade certificate
or, if applicable, an endorsement in the designated trade or
branch of the designated trade.
(3) Where the individual has failed to demonstrate the skills and
knowledge in a designated trade or branch of a designated trade
expected of an individual who holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the designated trade or branch of the designated
trade, a suspension under subsection (1) may continue after the
completion of an inspection referred to in subsection (2)(b).
(4) An individual who is the subject of a suspension under this section
may not, during the time that the suspension is subsisting, work within
the designated trade or branch of the designated trade to which the
suspension pertains except under the supervision of an individual who
holds a trade certificate or, if applicable, an endorsement in the
designated trade or branch of the designated trade.
Revocation of trade certificates or endorsements
18(1) Subject to subsection (2), the Administrator may revoke the
following in respect of an individual:
(a) an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate held by the individual;
(b) an endorsement referred to in section 10(1)(a) or (c) held by
the individual;
(c) a recognition under section 14(2)(c) of the Act of a document
issued outside of Alberta to the individual as being the
equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate;
(d) a recognition under section 12(d)(iv) of a document issued
outside of Alberta to the individual as being the equivalent of
an endorsement referred to in section 10(1)(a).
(2) Subsection (1) only applies if, in the opinion of the Administrator,
(a) the individual has failed to comply with the Act or
regulations made under the Act,
(b) the individual has failed to demonstrate the skills and
knowledge in a designated trade or branch of a designated
trade expected of an individual who holds a trade certificate
or, if applicable, an endorsement in the designated trade or
branch of the designated trade,
(c) the Alberta Journeyperson Certificate held by the individual,
the endorsement referred to in section 10(1)(a) or (c) held by
the individual or the recognition or document referred to in
subsection (1)(c) or (d), as applicable,
(i) has been altered in any manner,
(ii) was obtained by means of misrepresentation or fraud,
(iii) was issued improperly due to an administrative or other
error, or
(iv) has been used
(A) for any purpose other than the purpose for which it
was issued, or
(B) by any individual other than the individual to
whom it was issued,
(d) there has been an irregularity in the taking of an assessment
required under the Act, or
(e) the document referred to in subsection (1)(c) or (d), as
applicable, was revoked or canceled by the issuing jurisdiction.
General
Coming into force
19 This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of
section 22(2) of the Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship Education Act.

Schedule 1

Designated Trades
1 The following trades are designated trades under the Act:
(a) agricultural equipment technician;
(b) appliance service technician, including the
(i) appliance service technician branch, and
(ii) commercial appliance service technician branch
of the trade;
(c) auto body technician, including the
(i) auto body prepper branch,
(ii) auto body refinisher branch,
(iii) auto body repairer branch, and
(iv) auto body technician branch
of the trade;
(d) automotive service technician;
(e) baker;
(f) boilermaker;
(g) bricklayer;
(h) cabinetmaker;
(i) carpenter;
(j) cathodic protection technician, including the
(i) level one branch, and
(ii) level two branch
of the trade;
(k) communication technician;
(l) concrete finisher;
(m) construction craft worker;
(n) cook;
(o) crane and hoisting equipment operator, including the
(i) boom truck operator branch,
(ii) mobile crane operator branch,
(iii) tower crane operator branch, and
(iv) wellhead boom truck operator branch
of the trade;
(p) electric motor systems technician;
(q) electrician;
(r) elevator constructor;
(s) field heat treatment technician;
(t) floorcovering installer;
(u) gas utility operator;
(v) gasfitter, including the
(i) gasfitter (class A) branch, and
(ii) gasfitter (class B) branch
of the trade;
(w) glazier;
(x) hairstylist, including the
(i) barber branch, and
(ii) hairstylist branch
of the trade;
(y) heavy equipment technician, including the
(i) heavy duty equipment mechanic (off road) branch,
(ii) heavy equipment technician branch,
(iii) transport trailer mechanic branch, and
(iv) truck and transport mechanic branch
of the trade;
(z) industrial construction crew supervisor;
(aa) industrial mechanic (millwright);
(bb) instrumentation and control technician;
(cc) insulator (heat and frost);
(dd) ironworker, including the
(i) ironworker (generalist) branch,
(ii) ironworker (metal building systems erector) branch,
(iii) ironworker (reinforcing) branch, and
(iv) ironworker (structural/ornamental) branch
of the trade;
(ee) landscape horticulturist;
(ff) lather (interior systems mechanic);
(gg) locksmith;
(hh) machinist;
(ii) metal fabricator (fitter);
(jj) motorcycle mechanic;
(kk) natural gas compression technician;
(ll) oil and gas transportation services, including the
(i) bed truck operator branch,
(ii) bulk haul operator branch,
(iii) multi-wheel truck operator branch,
(iv) supervisor branch, and
(v) winch truck operator branch
of the trade;
(mm) outdoor power equipment technician, including the
(i) power equipment branch, and
(ii) recreational equipment branch
of the trade;
(nn) overhead door technician, including the
(i) level one branch, and
(ii) level two branch
of the trade;
(oo) painter and decorator;
(pp) parts technician, including the
(i) materials technician branch, and
(ii) parts technician branch
of the trade;
(qq) plumber;
(rr) power system electrician;
(ss) powerline technician;
(tt) recreation vehicle service technician;
(uu) refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic;
(vv) residential construction site manager;
(ww) roofer;
(xx) sheet metal worker;
(yy) slickline services, including the
(i) assistant operator branch,
(ii) level one operator branch,
(iii) level two operator branch, and
(iv) level three operator branch
of the trade;
(zz) snubbing services, including the
(i) assistant operator branch,
(ii) level one operator branch,
(iii) level two operator branch,
(iv) level three operator branch,
(v) level one supervisor branch, and
(vi) level two supervisor branch
of the trade;
(aaa) sprinkler systems installer;
(bbb) steamfitter-pipefitter;
(ccc) steel detailer, including the
(i) level one branch,
(ii) level two branch, and
(iii) level three branch
of the trade;
(ddd) transport refrigeration technician;
(eee) water well driller, including the
(i) earth loop technician branch, and
(ii) water well driller branch
of the trade;
(fff) welder, including the
(i) welder branch, and
(ii) wire process operator branch
of the trade;
(ggg) well testing services supervisor, including the
(i) level three branch,
(ii) level four branch, and
(iii) level five branch
of the trade.
Schedule 2

Restricted Activities and Classes of Individuals
Agricultural Equipment Technician
Restricted activities
1(1) In this section,
(a) "agricultural equipment" means any self-propelled, towed or
stationary agricultural machinery used in farming, including
any equipment and components required for the operation of
the machinery, and includes the following:
(i) internal combustion engines and components, both
stationary and mobile;
(ii) rubber tired and rubber or steel tracked towing
equipment, commonly called tractors;
(iii) towed primary and secondary tillage equipment
commonly called ploughs (mouldboard, disk, chisel)
and cultivators;
(iv) towed and self-propelled equipment commonly called
seeders, inclusive of all crops;
(v) towed or self-propelled equipment commonly called
sprayers or broadcasters;
(vi) towed and self-propelled harvesting equipment
commonly called balers, swathers, windrowers,
combines or forage harvesters;
(vii) miscellaneous equipment and components required in
the production, distribution and transportation of farm
produce;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the repair,
maintenance and service of agricultural equipment.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of agricultural equipment technician:
(a) repairing, maintaining and servicing of agricultural
equipment, parts and components, including the following:
(i) internal combustion engines and components;
(ii) power trains;
(iii) electrical and electronic systems;
(iv) hydraulic systems;
(v) steering systems;
(vi) braking systems;
(vii) wheels and tracked undercarriages;
(viii) heating and air conditioning systems;
(ix) soil preparation systems;
(x) harvesting systems;
(xi) spraying systems;
(xii) grain handling equipment;
(xiii) miscellaneous equipment and systems used in the
production, distribution and transportation of farm
produce;
(b) with respect to gasoline and diesel internal combustion
2- and 4-stroke cycle engines,
(i) inspecting and testing engines and components before
and after repair using a variety of hand and power tools
and measuring and testing equipment,
(ii) inspecting, testing, repairing and replacing components
of the following:
(A) liquid cooling systems;
(B) air cooling filters or screening systems;
(C) engine lubrication systems;
(D) gasoline engine fuel systems;
(E) diesel engine fuel systems;
(F) air-induction systems on diesel engines,
(iii) inspecting, adjusting and replacing gasoline engine
ignition components,
(iv) inspecting, testing, adjusting, repairing and replacing
elements of engine governor systems,
(v) inspecting and replacing elements of engine exhaust
systems,
(vi) dismantling, repairing, replacing and reassembling
damaged or worn components of cylinder heads, and
(vii) dismantling, cleaning, inspecting, rebuilding and
reassembling the various types of cylinder block
assemblies;
(c) with respect to engine starting systems, inspecting, testing,
replacing and repairing components of electric starter
circuits;
(d) with respect to electrical systems,
(i) inspecting, testing, servicing and replacing storage
batteries,
(ii) testing, rebuilding, adjusting and replacing components
of electrical charging systems, and
(iii) testing, overhauling, adjusting and replacing
components of lighting, warning and safety electrical
systems;
(e) with respect to clutches, hydraulic couplings, transmissions
and transfer cases,
(i) inspecting, adjusting or replacing the following:
(A) clutches and components;
(B) components of hydraulic couplings;
(C) components of manual shift transmissions;
(D) automatic gear change transmissions;
(E) single and multiple speed transfer cases,
(ii) repairing clutches and components,
(iii) rebuilding the following:
(A) components of manual shift transmissions;
(B) automatic gear change transmissions;
(C) single and multiple speed transfer cases;
(D) power shift transmissions,
and
(iv) installing single and multiple speed transfer cases;
(f) with respect to drivelines, rear and front axle assemblies and
differential and final drives,
(i) inspecting and replacing the following:
(A) drive shafts and universal joints and components;
(B) components of front and rear differentials;
(C) components of front and rear axles and final
drives;
(D) tires, wheels and components,
(ii) adjusting components of front and rear differentials, and
(iii) adjusting components of front and rear axles and final
drives;
(g) with respect to steering systems,
(i) inspecting components of the following:
(A) manually operated steering systems;
(B) hydraulic and electronically assisted steering
systems;
(C) controlled differential (pivot) and articulated
steering,
(ii) reconditioning and replacing components of manually
operated steering systems,
(iii) testing, repairing, adjusting and replacing components
of hydraulic and electronically assisted steering
systems, and
(iv) testing, repairing, replacing and adjusting components
of controlled differential (pivot) and articulated
steering;
(h) with respect to braking systems and power take-offs,
(i) inspecting, replacing, repairing and adjusting
components of the following:
(A) mechanical braking systems;
(B) vehicle hydraulic braking systems;
(C) air and electric braking systems,
(ii) testing components of mechanical braking systems,
(iii) rebuilding components of vehicle hydraulic braking
systems, and
(iv) repairing and replacing power take-offs;
(i) with respect to cabs, canopies and cab heating systems and
air conditioning systems,
(i) inspecting, repairing, replacing, installing and adjusting
components of cabs or canopies and cab heating systems,
and
(ii) inspecting, repairing, replacing, and adjusting components
of cab air conditioning systems;
(j) operating tow trucks and related recovery equipment to assist
in repair or moving equipment to a location where repairs can
be performed;
(k) with respect to agricultural equipment, inspecting, adjusting,
aligning, repairing and replacing components of the
following:
(i) ploughs;
(ii) spreaders;
(iii) harrows;
(iv) potato planters and grain drills;
(v) sprayers;
(vi) grain and pea combines;
(vii) potato harvesters;
(viii) balers;
(ix) forage harvesters;
(l) testing, removing and rebuilding components of grain and
pea combines;
(m) testing, removing and rebuilding components of potato
harvesters.
Classes of individuals
2 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of agricultural equipment
technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education
and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the
application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the same conditions as
those that apply to an apprentice with an apprenticeship
education agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training Programs
Regulation in the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Appliance Service Technician - Appliance
Service Technician Branch
Restricted activities
3(1) In this section,
(a) "appliance" means the following:
(i) a device or machine operated by electricity or gas that is
designed and used or intended to be used for
(A) the cooking or baking of food,
(B) the washing or drying of dishes, utensils and
cooking and baking equipment,
(C) the washing or drying of clothes,
(D) the disposal of garbage,
(E) the filtration of air, or
(F) the heating of water,
including the following:
(G) electric and gas ranges;
(H) hood fans;
(I) microwave ovens;
(J) dishwashers;
(K) waste compactors and waste disposers;
(L) clothes washers;
(M) electric and gas clothes dryers;
(N) electric hot water heaters;
(O) electronic air filters;
(ii) a device or machine operated by electricity or gas that is
designed and manufactured as a self-contained,
stand-alone unit used or intended to be used for
(A) the cooling of food or of a space,
(B) the making of ice, or
(C) the dehumidification of air,
including the following:
(D) electric and gas refrigerators;
(E) ice makers;
(F) electric and gas freezers;
(G) air conditioners;
(H) dehumidifiers;
(b) "commercial appliance" means a device or machine operated
by electricity or gas that is designed and used or intended to
be used for
(i) the cooking or baking of food,
(ii) the washing or drying of dishes, utensils and cooking
and baking equipment,
(iii) the washing or drying of clothes,
(iv) the disposal of garbage,
(v) the filtration of air, or
(vi) the heating of water,
and includes the following:
(vii) electric and gas ranges;
(viii) hood fans;
(ix) microwave ovens;
(x) dishwashers;
(xi) waste compactors and waste disposers;
(xii) clothes washers;
(xiii) electric and gas clothes dryers;
(xiv) electronic air filters;
(xv) electric hot water heaters;
(c) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the installation, service, maintenance, repair, removal and
replacement of appliances and commercial appliances and
their related parts and components.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
appliance service technician branch of the designated trade of
appliance service technician:
(a) installing appliances and commercial appliances, excluding
initial installations governed by electrical, gas and plumbing
codes and regulations;
(b) servicing, maintaining and repairing of appliances and
commercial appliances;
(c) installing, removing, repairing and replacing parts and
components of appliances and commercial appliances;
(d) diagnosing problems respecting appliances and commercial
appliances;
(e) using hand tools, power tools and refrigeration tools while
working on appliances and commercial appliances;
(f) using, in relation to appliances and commercial appliances,
electrical and other measuring and testing devices;
(g) soldering and brazing on or in relation to appliances and
commercial appliances;
(h) wiring or installing or removing wiring in appliances and
commercial appliances;
(i) installing, removing or repairing hoses and piping in
appliances and commercial appliances;
(j) splicing similar and dissimilar metals used in or in relation to
appliances and commercial appliances;
(k) installing and removing gases and liquids used in appliances
and commercial appliances.
Classes of individuals
4 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the appliance service technician branch of the
designated trade of appliance service technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the branch of the
designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate or an endorsement in the branch of the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade if, during the time that
the individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Appliance Service Technician - Commercial
Appliance Service Technician Branch
Restricted activities
5(1) In this section,
(a) "commercial appliance" means a device or machine operated
by electricity or gas that is designed and used or intended to
be used for
(i) the cooking or baking of food,
(ii) the washing or drying of dishes, utensils and cooking
and baking equipment,
(iii) the washing or drying of clothes,
(iv) the disposal of garbage,
(v) the filtration of air, or
(vi) the heating of water,
and includes the following:
(vii) electric and gas ranges;
(viii) hood fans;
(ix) microwave ovens;
(x) dishwashers;
(xi) waste compactors and waste disposers;
(xii) clothes washers;
(xiii) electric and gas clothes dryers;
(xiv) electronic air filters;
(xv) electric hot water heaters;
(b) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means the
installation, service, maintenance, repair, removal and
replacement of commercial appliances and their related parts
and components.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
commercial appliance service technician branch of the designated trade
of appliance service technician:
(a) installing commercial appliances, excluding initial
installations governed by electrical, gas and plumbing codes
and regulations;
(b) servicing, maintaining and repairing of commercial
appliances;
(c) installing, removing, repairing and replacing parts and
components of commercial appliances;
(d) diagnosing problems respecting commercial appliances;
(e) using hand tools, power tools and refrigeration tools while
working on commercial appliances;
(f) using, in relation to commercial appliances, electrical and
other measuring and testing devices;
(g) wiring or installing or removing wiring in commercial
appliances;
(h) installing, removing or repairing hoses and piping in
commercial appliances;
(i) splicing similar and dissimilar metals used in or in relation to
commercial appliances.
Classes of individuals
6 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the commercial appliance service technician branch of
the designated trade of appliance service technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade or the appliance service technician
branch of the designated trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the appliance
service technician branch of the designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education
and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the branch of
the designated trade or the appliance service technician branch
of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade or the appliance service technician branch of
the designated trade if the application is subsisting and,
during the time that the application is subsisting, the work of
the individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried
out under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate in the branch of the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade or
the appliance service technician branch of the designated
trade if the application is subsisting and, during the time that
the application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade or the
appliance service technician branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade or the appliance service
technician branch of the designated trade if, during the time
that the individual is registered in the program, the work of
the individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried
out under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Auto Body Technician -
Auto Body Prepper Branch
Restricted activities
7(1) In this section,
(a) "substrate" means any surface of a motor vehicle to which
paint or other coatings may be applied;
(b) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the following:
(i) the preparation of a substrate for a finish or topcoat
application where the damage is not greater than 3 mm
in depth;
(ii) the removal and installation of non-structural
components of the body, unibody or frame to repair
collision damage to the motor vehicle.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
auto body prepper branch of the designated trade of auto body
technician:
(a) preparing a substrate for a finish or topcoat application where
the damage is not greater than 3 mm in depth;
(b) removing and installing non-structural components of the
body, unibody or frame to repair collision damage to the
motor vehicle;
(c) using hand, power and auto body tools to perform the
restricted activities set out in this section;
(d) recognizing substrate;
(e) filling and sanding substrate;
(f) protecting surfaces from the unintended application of a
primer product, finish or topcoat;
(g) removing and installing trim and non-structural glass;
(h) mixing paint and primer products;
(i) applying primer, primer-surfacer, undercoating or corrosion
protection material;
(j) polishing, washing and cleaning substrate.
Classes of individuals
8 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the auto body prepper branch of the designated trade of
auto body technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in any branch of
the designated trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the auto body
refinisher branch or the auto body technician branch of the
designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in
any branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in any branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate in the branch of the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in any branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the designated
trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in any branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under section
12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on successful
completion, will result in a document recognized by order of
the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as being the
equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in any
branch of the designated trade if, during the time that the
individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the designated
trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Auto Body Technician - Auto Body
Refinisher Branch
Restricted activities
9(1) In this section,
(a) "substrate" means any surface of a motor vehicle to which
paint or other coatings may be applied;
(b) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the following:
(i) the preparation of a substrate for a finish or topcoat
application;
(ii) the application of a finish or topcoat to a substrate;
(iii) the removal and installation of non-structural
components of the body, unibody or frame to repair
collision damage to the motor vehicle.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
auto body refinisher branch of the designated trade of auto body
technician:
(a) preparing a substrate for a finish or topcoat application;
(b) applying a finish or topcoat to a substrate;
(c) removing and installing of non-structural components of the
body, unibody or frame to repair collision damage to the
motor vehicle;
(d) using hand, power and auto body tools to perform the
restricted activities set out in this section;
(e) performing paint damage analyses and preparing refinishing
estimates;
(f) recognizing substrate;
(g) managing paint and paint related materials and inventories;
(h) filling and sanding substrate;
(i) protecting surfaces from the unintended application of a
primer product, finish or topcoat;
(j) removing and installing trim and non-structural glass;
(k) mixing paint and primer products;
(l) applying primer, primer-surfacer, undercoating or corrosion
protection material;
(m) colour match paint;
(n) applying a finish or topcoat;
(o) polishing, washing and cleaning substrate.
Classes of individuals
10 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the auto body refinisher branch of the designated trade
of auto body technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade or the auto body technician branch of the
designated trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the branch of the
designated trade or the auto body technician branch of the
designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade or the auto body technician
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade or the auto body technician branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate or an endorsement in the branch of the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade or
the auto body technician branch of the designated trade if the
application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade or the auto
body technician branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade or the auto body
technician branch of the designated trade if, during the time
that the individual is registered in the program, the work of
the individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried
out under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Auto Body Technician - Auto Body
Repairer Branch
Restricted activities
11(1) In this section,
(a) "substrate" means any surface of a motor vehicle to which
paint or other coatings may be applied;
(b) "support system" means any part of a motor vehicle,
excluding the chassis, body, unibody, frame or substrate;
(c) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the following:
(i) the preparation of a substrate for a finish or topcoat
application;
(ii) the repair of the following components of a motor
vehicle:
(A) the chassis or frame;
(B) the body or unibody;
(C) a support system damaged in a collision.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
auto body repairer branch of the designated trade of auto body
technician:
(a) preparing a substrate for a finish or topcoat application;
(b) repairing of the following components of a motor vehicle:
(i) the chassis or frame;
(ii) the body or unibody;
(iii) a support system damaged in a collision;
(c) using hand, power and auto body tools to perform the
restricted activities set out in this section;
(d) performing body damage analyses and preparing repair
estimates;
(e) welding and cutting metal sections;
(f) attaching components by welding or using adhesives or
fasteners;
(g) straightening, measuring or aligning motor vehicle
components;
(h) recognizing substrate;
(i) filling and sanding substrate;
(j) protecting surfaces from the unintended application of a
primer product, finish or topcoat;
(k) removing and installing trim and glass;
(l) mixing paint and primer products;
(m) applying primer, primer-surfacer, undercoating or corrosion
protection material;
(n) polishing, washing and cleaning substrate.
Classes of individuals
12 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the auto body repairer branch of the designated trade of
auto body technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade or the auto body technician branch of the
designated trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the auto body
technician branch of the designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade or the auto body technician
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade or the auto body technician branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate in the branch of the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade or
the auto body technician branch of the designated trade if the
application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade or the auto
body technician branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade or the auto body
technician branch of the designated trade if, during the time
that the individual is registered in the program, the work of
the individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried
out under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Auto Body Technician - Auto Body
Technician Branch
Restricted activities
13(1) In this section,
(a) "substrate" means any surface of a motor vehicle to which
paint or other coatings may be applied;
(b) "support system" means any part of a motor vehicle,
excluding the chassis, body, unibody, frame or substrate;
(c) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the following:
(i) the preparation of a substrate for a finish or topcoat
application;
(ii) the application of a finish or topcoat to a substrate;
(iii) the repair of the following components of a motor
vehicle:
(A) the chassis or frame;
(B) the body or unibody;
(C) a support system damaged in a collision.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
auto body technician branch of the designated trade of auto body
technician:
(a) preparing a substrate for a finish or topcoat application;
(b) applying a finish or topcoat to a substrate;
(c) repairing the following components of a motor vehicle:
(i) the chassis or frame;
(ii) the body or unibody;
(iii) a support system damaged in a collision;
(d) using hand, power and auto body tools to perform the
restricted activities set out in this section;
(e) performing body damage analyses and prepare repair
estimates;
(f) welding and cutting metal sections;
(g) attaching components by welding or using adhesives or
fasteners;
(h) straightening, measuring or aligning motor vehicle
components;
(i) performing paint damage analyses and preparing refinishing
estimates;
(j) recognizing substrate;
(k) filling and sanding substrates;
(l) managing paint and related materials and inventories;
(m) protecting surfaces from the unintended application of a
primer product, finish or topcoat;
(n) removing and installing trim and glass;
(o) mixing paint and primer products;
(p) applying primer, primer-surfacer, undercoating or corrosion
protection material;
(q) colour match paint;
(r) applying a finish or topcoat;
(s) polishing, washing and cleaning substrate.
Classes of individuals
14 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the auto body technician branch of the designated trade
of auto body technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the branch of the
designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate or an endorsement in the branch of the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade if, during the time that
the individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Automotive Service Technician
Restricted activities
15(1) In this section,
(a) "motor vehicle" means a vehicle that
(i) is propelled by any power other than muscular power,
(ii) is equipped with 2 or 3 axles,
(iii) is not equipped with air brakes,
(iv) may be registered to operate on a public highway, and
(v) contains one or more vehicle systems and related
components,
but does not include a motorcycle as defined in section 91;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the diagnosis
of problems and the repair of motor vehicles, including all
vehicle systems and related components;
(c) "vehicle systems" includes the following:
(i) vehicle propulsion systems;
(ii) fuel systems;
(iii) emission control systems;
(iv) braking systems;
(v) steering systems;
(vi) suspension systems;
(vii) drive train systems;
(viii) vehicle management systems;
(ix) electrical systems;
(x) heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems;
(xi) occupant restraint systems.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of automotive service technician:
(a) diagnosing problems with motor vehicles, including vehicle
systems and related components;
(b) inspecting, testing, analyzing and repairing motor vehicles,
including vehicle systems and utility trailers without air
brakes;
(c) heating and cutting with oxyfuel equipment;
(d) operating and maintaining shop equipment and tools of the
designated trade.
Classes of individuals
16 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of automotive service technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade in accordance with section 14(2) or (3)
of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Baker
Restricted activities
17(1) In this section,
(a) "baked goods" means breads, cakes, pies, pastries, cookies,
doughnuts and specialty baked foods and includes any baked
goods that are leavened mechanically, chemically or
biologically;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the preparation
and the production of baked goods in commercial quantities
for public consumption.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of baker:
(a) sanitizing equipment and workspace;
(b) applying computer knowledge, bookkeeping and trade
terminology;
(c) applying knowledge of the statutes and regulations pertaining
to the food industry;
(d) selecting, operating and maintaining tools and
non-mechanized equipment;
(e) selecting, operating and maintaining mechanized and
computerized equipment;
(f) developing and applying production techniques respecting
the following:
(i) freezer technology;
(ii) par-baked products;
(iii) pre-mixes and bases;
(g) preparing doughs and batters;
(h) preparing creams, icings, fillings, toppings, desserts,
confections and ice cream;
(i) applying good management techniques;
(j) scaling and mixing ingredients;
(k) practising baking methods;
(l) applying one's knowledge with respect to the following:
(i) properties of food;
(ii) micro-organisms associated with foods;
(iii) causes, effect and control of food borne illnesses;
(iv) nutrients;
(m) product labelling, including listing known allergens.
Classes of individuals
18 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of baker:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Boilermaker
Restricted activities
19(1) In this section,
(a) "boilers, heat exchangers and related equipment" means the
following:
(i) water tube boilers;
(ii) fire tube boilers;
(iii) heat exchangers;
(iv) condensers;
(v) distillation towers;
(vi) stacks and stack liners;
(vii) storage tanks;
(viii) penstocks;
(ix) furnaces;
(x) dust, air, steam, liquid tight containers and other
equipment not referred to in subclauses (i) to (ix);
(xi) platforms, ladders, walkways, floors, roofs, support
structures or other structures related to or used in
respect of the items referred to in subclauses (i) to (x);
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the following:
(i) the fabrication, assembly, erection, repair, maintenance,
inspection, servicing, preparation and testing of boilers,
heat exchangers and related equipment;
(ii) the stress relieving of vessels and ancillary equipment.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of boilermaker:
(a) fabricating, assembling and erecting of boilers, heat
exchangers and related equipment;
(b) repairing, maintaining, inspecting and servicing of boilers,
heat exchangers and related equipment;
(c) preparing and testing of boilers, heat exchangers and related
equipment;
(d) stress relieving of vessels and ancillary equipment;
(e) using detailed drawings and other specifications;
(f) using all related standards, codes and regulations;
(g) using hand tools, power tools and shop equipment, including
post drills, radial drills, angle rolls, plate rolls, punches,
shears, brakes and presses;
(h) using, setting up and assembling of rigging equipment,
including wire rope, block and tackle, gin poles, cranes,
derricks, hoisting and jacking equipment and scaffolds;
(i) using oxyfuel cutting and arc tack welding equipment in heat
straightening, cutting and joining metals;
(j) using fiberglass-reinforced plastics
(i) in respect of air handling systems, including scrubbers,
ducting, breeching and stacks, and
(ii) in respect of tanks, hoppers and vessels;
(k) using new technology related to the restricted activities set
out in this section.
Classes of individuals
20 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of boilermaker:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Bricklayer
Restricted activities
21(1) In this section,
(a) "masonry" includes the following:
(i) all types of bricks;
(ii) all types of blocks;
(iii) all types of stone, including cut and dressed stone;
(iv) structural tiles;
(v) precast concrete components;
(vi) mortars;
(vii) waterproofing and damp-proofing materials;
(viii) refractory systems and materials;
(ix) prefabricated panels constructed of any materials
referred to in subclauses (i) to (viii);
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the erection,
installation, repair and maintenance of masonry.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of bricklayer:
(a) erecting, installing, repairing and maintaining masonry;
(b) using detailed drawings, blueprints and other specifications;
(c) using hand tools, power tools, levels and explosive actuated
tools;
(d) using mixers, masonry saws and forklifts;
(e) using various mortars, units and accessories for bonding;
(f) using, setting up and assembling rigging and hoisting
equipment, ladders and scaffolds;
(g) using any new innovative technological changes in the
designated trade that relate to materials or methods of
construction;
(h) laying masonry;
(i) installing anchoring systems;
(j) placing steel reinforcing and grouts in cavities or cores;
(k) pointing and cleaning masonry;
(l) lining or relining chimneys, ovens, boilers and other vessels;
(m) lining or relining combustion chambers in fireplaces,
furnaces and kilns;
(n) installing and caulking precast concrete products and
prefabricated masonry panels;
(o) installing insulation, waterproofing and damp-proofing
materials and air-vapour barriers.
Classes of individuals
22 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of bricklayer:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Cabinetmaker
Restricted activities
23(1) In this section,
(a) "millwork" means millwork of all types and includes the
following:
(i) joinery;
(ii) framework;
(iii) architectural fixture work, including the following:
(A) stair work and balustrades;
(B) special design doors and windows;
(C) custom dining rooms, lounges and lobbies;
(D) other similar work;
(iv) custom millwork, including the following:
(A) carcase units;
(B) kitchen cabinets;
(C) vanities, screens and planters;
(D) shelf units;
(E) other similar work;
(v) custom furniture, including the following:
(A) tables and chairs;
(B) commercial furniture;
(C) institutional furniture;
(D) other similar work;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the fabrication
and installation of millwork.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of cabinetmaker:
(a) fabricating and installing millwork;
(b) setting up and operating woodworking machines and
equipment;
(c) making layouts and patterns;
(d) cutting, shaping, moulding and assembling components of
wood and wood substitutes in accordance with varying
specifications;
(e) using fasteners and adhesive;
(f) using machines and equipment;
(g) using laminating procedures;
(h) using hardware;
(i) building and installing doors, door frames and stairs;
(j) interpreting blueprints;
(k) developing production drawings using manual and
computer-aided design (CAD);
(l) packaging and shipping millwork;
(m) using manual and computer design and layout;
(n) using and maintaining hand and portable power-operated
tools;
(o) machining furniture and cabinet components;
(p) bending and laminating cabinet and furniture components;
(q) veneering, inlaying and applying laminated plastics;
(r) sanding cabinets and furniture components;
(s) fastening, clipping, glueing or otherwise applying non-wood
materials to millwork pieces;
(t) performing sub-assembly, final assembly and pre-finishing of
cabinets, furniture and millwork;
(u) preparing and applying finishes;
(v) installing millwork and cabinets on site;
(w) remodeling and refinishing furniture;
(x) using and programming computer numerical controlled
(CNC) machines, computer-aided design (CAD) and
computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) processes.
Classes of individuals
24 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of cabinetmaker:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Carpenter
Restricted activities
25(1) In this section,
(a) "building envelope system" means the components of a
building that separate heated space from unheated space or
that are in contact with the exterior air or the ground;
(b) "concrete reinforcement materials" includes metal or steel
strands, wires, bars, mesh or sheets;
(c) "structure" includes any type of residential, commercial,
industrial, institutional or agricultural structure;
(d) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the
construction, installation and repair of structures or
components of structures made of wood, concrete or other
materials;
(e) "wood" includes any by-product of wood, wood substitutes
and similar materials.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of carpenter:
(a) working with or making things with wood in the
construction, installation or repair of structures or
components of structures;
(b) preparing site and building layouts;
(c) constructing foundations and concrete structures;
(d) framing structures;
(e) applying interior and exterior finishes;
(f) reviewing and interpreting construction drawings, plans,
specifications, building codes and related documentation;
(g) inspecting sub-soil excavations of structures;
(h) operating hand and power tools related to the designated
trade;
(i) shoring and underpinning of existing structures, parts of
structures or excavations;
(j) laying out and erecting batter boards, building lines and
setting elevations;
(k) installing, using and dismantling personnel handling devices,
scaffolds, ropes, slings, hoists on rigging installations,
ladders, shoring, covered walkways and barricades;
(l) assembling, erecting, installing and dismantling structures;
(m) setting up hoarding and other temporary structures;
(n) framing the following:
(i) exterior walls and interior partitions;
(ii) architectural features;
(iii) post and beam construction and timber framing;
(iv) plank walls;
(v) roof systems;
(vi) blocking, nailers and firestops;
(vii) ceiling and floor systems;
(o) installing the following:
(i) preserved wood foundations;
(ii) sill plates on foundation walls;
(iii) drainage tile and pipe;
(iv) beams and columns;
(v) floor frames;
(vi) wood stairways and railings;
(vii) metal stud non-loadbearing walls;
(viii) suspended ceiling systems;
(ix) engineered pre-fabricated roof systems;
(x) roof coverings;
(xi) exterior and interior doors and windows;
(xii) insulation materials in ceilings, walls and floors;
(xiii) air and vapour barriers;
(xiv) caulking, adhesion and sealant materials;
(xv) exterior wall finishes;
(xvi) building envelope systems;
(xvii) gypsum and non-gypsum products on interior walls and
ceilings;
(xviii) interior cabinets, display cases, mirrors, counters,
laminates, panelling, mouldings and trim;
(xix) prefabricated fireplaces;
(xx) exterior attachments to structures, including additions,
porches, stoops and verandas;
(xxi) timber bents to support ramps, platforms and heavy
piping;
(xxii) timber culverts;
(p) placement of precast concrete panels;
(q) building and stripping forms for the following:
(i) beams and girders;
(ii) piers and columns;
(r) building forms, installing concrete reinforcement materials,
placing and consolidating concrete and stripping forms for
the following:
(i) footings;
(ii) walls;
(iii) floors;
(iv) sidewalks, driveways and curbs;
(v) stairs;
(vi) built-in-place concrete manholes, catch basins, utility
vaults and other underground service boxes;
(vii) tilt-up precast concrete panels;
(viii) void forms for grade or subterranean concrete.
Classes of individuals
26 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of carpenter:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Communication Technician
Restricted activities
27(1) In this section,
(a) "communication system" means any type of industrial,
commercial or domestic electrical, fibre or wireless
communication system and includes transmission equipment,
switching equipment and network management control
equipment for the following:
(i) video;
(ii) voice;
(iii) data;
(iv) signaling;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the installation,
repair, maintenance and upgrade of communication systems.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of communication technician:
(a) installing, repairing, maintaining and upgrading
communication systems;
(b) using hand tools, power tools, testing equipment and tools
required by the designated trade;
(c) installing, terminating and testing copper and fibre optic
cables in communication systems;
(d) installing and laying out raceways and supporting framework
for communication systems;
(e) installing, troubleshooting, maintaining and commissioning
equipment and apparatus used in communication systems;
(f) interpreting and applying the provisions of the Safety Codes
Act and the regulations under that Act;
(g) interpreting communications systems drawings and prints.
Classes of individuals
28 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of communication technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Concrete Finisher
Restricted activities
29(1) In this section,
(a) "concrete" means cement products and includes the
following:
(i) cements;
(ii) concrete;
(iii) aggregate;
(iv) grouts;
(v) patching materials;
(vi) toppings;
(vii) admixtures;
(viii) agents;
(ix) epoxies;
(x) protective coatings;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the placing,
finishing, restoring and repairing of concrete.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of concrete finisher:
(a) placing of concrete;
(b) handling of concrete;
(c) finishing concrete;
(d) restoring concrete;
(e) repairing and resurfacing concrete;
(f) applying curing treatments to concrete;
(g) applying surface treatments to concrete;
(h) consolidating and compacting concrete;
(i) edging, jointing and grooving concrete;
(j) producing various finishes on concrete surfaces;
(k) applying treatments to concrete;
(l) cutting and coring hardened concrete;
(m) scarifying concrete;
(n) applying dry, wet and epoxy grouts;
(o) using detailed drawings, blueprints and other specifications;
(p) using hand tools, power tools, levels and explosive actuated
tools;
(q) using mixers, wall sawing, floor sawing, grooving, coring
and grinding equipment;
(r) using power consolidating, power screeding and power
trowelling equipment;
(s) using, setting up and assembling rigging and hoisting
equipment, ladders and scaffolds;
(t) using any new innovative technological changes in the
designated trade in relation to the restricted activities set out
in this section.
Classes of individuals
30 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of concrete finisher:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Cook
Restricted activities
31(1) In this section, "undertakings of the designated trade" means
the preparation and the cooking of a variety of full course meals,
including appetizers, starches, main courses, vegetables and desserts in
commercial quantities for public consumption.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of cook:
(a) maintaining personal hygiene and applying sanitation and
safe food handling techniques;
(b) operating and maintaining kitchen tools and equipment;
(c) identifying and preparing different types of food;
(d) maintaining and applying cooking principles and methods
with respect to all aspects of cooking from basic cooking to
advanced cooking;
(e) cleaning, preparing and cooking vegetables, fruits and fungi;
(f) preparing stocks, sauces and soups;
(g) using seasonings, herbs and spices;
(h) preparing egg and dairy products;
(i) preparing and cooking starches, farinaceous foods and
cereals;
(j) preparing, cooking and dressing fish and seafood;
(k) preparing and cooking meats, poultry, game and variety
meats;
(l) producing baked pastry and dessert products;
(m) preparing cold foods and buffets;
(n) preparing and cooking value-added products;
(o) applying nutritional values and meeting special dietary
needs;
(p) using cooking and chilling systems;
(q) preparing, cooking and storing food items for preservation;
(r) applying purchasing and management control;
(s) applying management skills.
Classes of individuals
32 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of cook:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Crane and Hoisting Equipment Operator -
Boom Truck Operator Branch
Restricted activities
33(1) In this section,
(a) "boom truck" means a crane consisting of a rotating
superstructure operating machinery on a centre post or
turntable that
(i) has one or more operator stations mounted on a frame
attached to a commercial truck chassis or trailer chassis,
(ii) typically retains a payload hauling capacity and has a
power source capable of powering the crane, and
(iii) is equipped with
(A) a boom that is capable of swinging, hoisting and
booming up and down and that has a lifting
capacity greater than 5 tons (4.5 tonnes) and equal
to or less than 65 tons (59 tonnes),
(B) a telescoping boom that has a lifting capacity
greater than 5 tons (4.5 tonnes) and equal to or less
than 65 tons (59 tonnes),
(C) an articulating boom possessing live lines that has
a lifting capacity greater than 5 tons (4.5 tonnes)
and equal to or less than 65 tons (59 tonnes), or
(D) an articulating boom without live lines that has a
lifting capacity greater than 8 tons (7.3 tonnes) and
equal to or less than 65 tons (59 tonnes);
(b) "crane and hoisting equipment" means a mobile crane, a
tower crane, a boom truck or a wellhead boom truck, but
does not include
(i) an overhead bridge-type crane,
(ii) a crane that is used exclusively for raising, lowering and
towing motor vehicles,
(iii) a crane that is mounted on a motor vehicle that is used
exclusively for firefighting,
(iv) a machine, commonly known as a side-boom or pipe
layer, that is used for pipeline work to lower pipes into a
trench,
(v) an aerial device that is commonly known as a personnel
lift or personnel hoist,
(vi) a mobile lifting device designed exclusively for use in
power line and electric utility services, such as digger
derricks and radial boom derricks used to auger holes
and to set utility poles and place associated equipment,
(vii) equipment designed exclusively to move earth,
(viii) a crane that
(A) is operated at a mine site,
(B) is used with a special attachment to move earth or
material, and
(C) meets the requirements of and is operated in
accordance with the Occupational Health and
Safety Act and the regulations under that Act,
(ix) an aerial material handling device with or without live
lines, or
(x) equipment designed exclusively for drilling or driving
piles and casings;
(c) "hydraulic mobile crane" means any device or structure that
(i) incorporates a hydraulic driven drum and cable or rope
used for raising, lowering or moving material,
(ii) is equipped with a telescoping boom capable of moving
in the vertical plane,
(iii) is mounted on a pedestal, base or chassis, either crawler,
trailer or wheel mounted, to provide mobility,
(iv) has a lifting capacity of 15 tons (13.6 tonnes) or greater,
and
(v) may incorporate a ring assembly or a strand jacking
system for hoisting;
(d) "lattice boom mobile crane" means any device or structure
that
(i) incorporates a friction or hydraulic driven drum and
cable or rope used for raising, lowering or moving
material,
(ii) is equipped with a lattice boom capable of moving in
the vertical plane,
(iii) is mounted on a pedestal, base or chassis, either crawler,
trailer or wheel mounted, to provide mobility, and
(iv) has a lifting capacity of 15 tons (13.6 tonnes) or greater;
(e) "lifting capacity" means the highest capacity at the shortest
lifting radius, as defined by the load chart installed on the
mobile crane, tower crane, boom truck or wellhead boom
truck;
(f) "mobile crane" means
(i) a hydraulic mobile crane or a lattice boom mobile crane,
and
(ii) a boom truck or a wellhead boom truck that has a lifting
capacity greater than 65 tons (59 tonnes);
(g) "routine maintenance" means the maintenance activities
recommended by the manufacturer for the crane or hoisting
equipment in question;
(h) "testing" means a procedure, used in the course of normal
operation only, to determine that the crane or hoisting
equipment in question is functioning, and does not include
routine maintenance or repair activities;
(i) "tower crane" means any mechanical device or structure that
(i) is designed to incorporate a power driven drum and
cable or rope and a vertical mast or tower and a jib,
(ii) is of the travelling, fixed, climbing or self-erecting type,
and
(iii) is used exclusively for raising, lowering or moving
material;
(j) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the operation, testing and routine maintenance of boom
trucks and wellhead boom trucks but does not include the
installation or repair of crane and hoisting equipment by
persons other than the operators of crane and hoisting
equipment;
(k) "wellhead boom truck" means a boom truck that is used for
one or more of the following:
(i) wellhead pumping operations;
(ii) wireline operations;
(iii) perforating operations;
(iv) coiled tubing operations;
(v) snubbing operations;
(vi) the rig up and rig out of slant service rigs.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
boom truck operator branch of the designated trade of crane and
hoisting equipment operator:
(a) operating, testing and performing routine maintenance of
boom trucks or wellhead boom trucks;
(b) using hand tools, power tools and specialized equipment
while maintaining and operating boom trucks and related
equipment;
(c) recognizing and identifying malfunctions relating to boom
trucks and related equipment or their operation and the
proper procedures to be applied when recognizing and
identifying such malfunctions;
(d) recognizing and identifying conditions that are potentially
hazardous to safe machine operation;
(e) interpreting and applying visual and audio communications;
(f) communicating with management, signallers and riggers
using visual and audio systems;
(g) inspecting and maintaining boom cranes and related
equipment to determine that the crane or hoisting equipment
in question is functioning, excluding routine maintenance or
repair activities;
(h) performing rigging related to the designated trade;
(i) carrying out pre-lift planning and pre-lift tasks when
preparing for lifts;
(j) performing the restricted activities of the wellhead boom
truck operator branch of the designated trade as set out in
section 39.
Classes of individuals
34 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the boom truck operator branch of the designated trade
of crane and hoisting equipment operator:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in any of the
following:
(i) the branch of the designated trade;
(ii) the mobile crane operator branch of the designated
trade;
(iii) the boom truck craft of the designated trade granted
before September 1, 2018;
(iv) the conventional mobile crane craft of the designated
trade granted before September 1, 2018;
(v) the hydraulic mobile crane craft of the designated trade
granted before September 1, 2018;
(vi) the mobile crane branch of the designated trade granted
before September 1, 2018;
(b) subject to the original conditions set out in the identification
card, any individual who, on September 1, 2018, held an
identification card in respect of an approved training program
under the Boom Truck Operator Exception Regulation
(AR 87/2002);
(c) any individual who holds an endorsement in the mobile crane
operator branch of the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade or the mobile crane operator
branch of the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade or the mobile crane operator branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate in the branch of the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade or
the mobile crane operator branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade or the mobile
crane operator branch of the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade or the mobile crane
operator branch of the designated trade if, during the time
that the individual is registered in the program, the work of
the individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried
out under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work and, in respect of the farming and
ranching operation, is a person referred to in section
1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or (IV) of the Occupational
Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Crane and Hoisting Equipment Operator -
Mobile Crane Operator Branch
Restricted activities
35(1) In this section,
(a) "boom truck" means a crane consisting of a rotating
superstructure operating machinery on a centre post or
turntable that
(i) has one or more operator stations mounted on a frame
attached to a commercial truck chassis or trailer chassis,
(ii) typically retains a payload hauling capacity and has a
power source capable of powering the crane, and
(iii) is equipped with
(A) a boom that is capable of swinging, hoisting and
booming up and down and that has a lifting
capacity greater than 5 tons (4.5 tonnes) and equal
to or less than 65 tons (59 tonnes),
(B) a telescoping boom that has a lifting capacity
greater than 5 tons (4.5 tonnes) and equal to or less
than 65 tons (59 tonnes),
(C) an articulating boom possessing live lines that has
a lifting capacity greater than 5 tons (4.5 tonnes)
and equal to or less than 65 tons (59 tonnes), or
(D) an articulating boom without live lines that has a
lifting capacity greater than 8 tons (7.3 tonnes) and
equal to or less than 65 tons (59 tonnes);
(b) "crane and hoisting equipment" means a mobile crane, a
tower crane, a boom truck or a wellhead boom truck, but
does not include
(i) an overhead bridge-type crane,
(ii) a crane that is used exclusively for raising, lowering and
towing motor vehicles,
(iii) a crane that is mounted on a motor vehicle that is used
exclusively for firefighting,
(iv) a machine, commonly known as a side-boom or pipe
layer, that is used for pipeline work to lower pipes into a
trench,
(v) an aerial device that is commonly known as a personnel
lift or personnel hoist,
(vi) a mobile lifting device designed exclusively for use in
power line and electric utility services, such as digger
derricks and radial boom derricks used to auger holes
and to set utility poles and place associated equipment,
(vii) equipment designed exclusively to move earth,
(viii) a crane that
(A) is operated at a mine site,
(B) is used with a special attachment to move earth or
material, and
(C) meets the requirements of and is operated in
accordance with the Occupational Health and
Safety Act and the regulations under that Act,
(ix) an aerial material handling device with or without live
lines, or
(x) equipment designed exclusively for drilling or driving
piles and casings;
(c) "hydraulic mobile crane" means any device or structure that
(i) incorporates a hydraulic driven drum and cable or rope
used for raising, lowering or moving material,
(ii) is equipped with a telescoping boom capable of moving
in the vertical plane,
(iii) is mounted on a pedestal, base or chassis, either crawler,
trailer or wheel mounted, to provide mobility,
(iv) has a lifting capacity of 15 tons (13.6 tonnes) or greater,
and
(v) may incorporate a ring assembly or a strand jacking
system for hoisting;
(d) "lattice boom mobile crane" means any device or structure
that
(i) incorporates a friction or hydraulic driven drum and
cable or rope used for raising, lowering or moving
material,
(ii) is equipped with a lattice boom capable of moving in
the vertical plane,
(iii) is mounted on a pedestal, base or chassis, either crawler,
trailer or wheel mounted, to provide mobility, and
(iv) has a lifting capacity of 15 tons (13.6 tonnes) or greater;
(e) "lifting capacity" means the highest capacity at the shortest
lifting radius, as defined by the load chart installed on the
mobile crane, tower crane, boom truck or wellhead boom
truck;
(f) "mobile crane" means
(i) a hydraulic mobile crane or a lattice boom mobile crane,
and
(ii) a boom truck or a wellhead boom truck that has a lifting
capacity greater than 65 tons (59 tonnes);
(g) "routine maintenance" means the maintenance activities
recommended by the manufacturer for the crane or hoisting
equipment in question;
(h) "testing" means a procedure, used in the course of normal
operation only, to determine that the crane or hoisting
equipment in question is functioning, and does not include
routine maintenance or repair activities;
(i) "tower crane" means any mechanical device or structure that
(i) is designed to incorporate a power driven drum and
cable or rope and a vertical mast or tower and a jib,
(ii) is of the travelling, fixed, climbing or self-erecting type,
and
(iii) is used exclusively for raising, lowering or moving
material;
(j) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the operation, testing and routine maintenance of mobile
cranes, boom trucks and wellhead boom trucks but does not
include the installation or repair of crane and hoisting
equipment by persons other than the operators of crane and
hoisting equipment;
(k) "wellhead boom truck" means a boom truck that is used for
one or more of the following:
(i) wellhead pumping operations;
(ii) wireline operations;
(iii) perforating operations;
(iv) coiled tubing operations;
(v) snubbing operations;
(vi) the rig up and rig out of slant service rigs.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
mobile crane operator branch of the designated trade of crane and
hoisting equipment operator:
(a) operating, testing and performing routine maintenance of
mobile cranes, boom trucks, and wellhead boom trucks;
(b) using hand tools, power tools and specialized equipment
while maintaining and operating mobile cranes and related
equipment;
(c) recognizing and identifying malfunctions relating to mobile
cranes and related equipment or their operation and the
proper procedures to be applied when recognizing and
identifying such malfunctions;
(d) recognizing and identifying conditions that are potentially
hazardous to safe machine operation;
(e) interpreting and applying visual and audio communications;
(f) communicating with management, signallers and riggers
using visual and audio systems;
(g) inspecting and maintaining mobile cranes and related
equipment;
(h) performing rigging related to the designated trade;
(i) carrying out pre-lift planning and pre-lift tasks when
preparing for lifts;
(j) assembling mobile cranes and related equipment for lifts;
(k) disassembling mobile cranes for transport;
(l) performing the restricted activities of the boom truck
operator branch of the designated trade as set out in section
33;
(m) performing the restricted activities of the wellhead boom truck
operator branch of the designated trade as set out in section 39.
Classes of individuals
36 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the mobile crane operator branch of the designated
trade of crane and hoisting equipment operator:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in any of the
following:
(i) the branch of the designated trade;
(ii) the conventional mobile crane craft of the designated
trade granted before September 1, 2018;
(iii) the hydraulic mobile crane craft of the designated trade
granted before September 1, 2018;
(iv) the mobile crane branch of the designated trade granted
before September 1, 2018;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the branch of the
designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate or an endorsement in the branch of the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade if, during the time that
the individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect
of a farming and ranching operation, as described in section
1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety Code
(AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work and,
in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is a person
referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or (IV) of the
Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Crane and Hoisting Equipment Operator -
Tower Crane Operator Branch
Restricted activities
37(1) In this section,
(a) "boom truck" means a crane consisting of a rotating
superstructure operating machinery on a centre post or
turntable that
(i) has one or more operator stations mounted on a frame
attached to a commercial truck chassis or trailer chassis,
(ii) typically retains a payload hauling capacity and has a power
source capable of powering the crane, and
(iii) is equipped with
(A) a boom that is capable of swinging, hoisting and
booming up and down and that has a lifting
capacity greater than 5 tons (4.5 tonnes) and equal
to or less than 65 tons (59 tonnes),
(B) a telescoping boom that has a lifting capacity
greater than 5 tons (4.5 tonnes) and equal to or less
than 65 tons (59 tonnes),
(C) an articulating boom possessing live lines that has
a lifting capacity greater than 5 tons (4.5 tonnes)
and equal to or less than 65 tons (59 tonnes), or
(D) an articulating boom without live lines that has a
lifting capacity greater than 8 tons (7.3 tonnes) and
equal to or less than 65 tons (59 tonnes);
(b) "crane and hoisting equipment" means a mobile crane, a
tower crane, a boom truck or a wellhead boom truck, but
does not include
(i) an overhead bridge-type crane,
(ii) a crane that is used exclusively for raising, lowering and
towing motor vehicles,
(iii) a crane that is mounted on a motor vehicle that is used
exclusively for firefighting,
(iv) a machine, commonly known as a side-boom or pipe layer,
that is used for pipeline work to lower pipes into a trench,
(v) an aerial device that is commonly known as a personnel lift
or personnel hoist,
(vi) a mobile lifting device designed exclusively for use in
power line and electric utility services, such as digger
derricks and radial boom derricks used to auger holes and to
set utility poles and place associated equipment,
(vii) equipment designed exclusively to move earth,
(viii) a crane that
(A) is operated at a mine site,
(B) is used with a special attachment to move earth or
material, and
(C) meets the requirements of and is operated in
accordance with the Occupational Health and
Safety Act and the regulations under that Act,
(ix) an aerial material handling device with or without live lines,
or
(x) equipment designed exclusively for drilling or driving piles
and casings;
(c) "hydraulic mobile crane" means any device or structure that
(i) incorporates a hydraulic driven drum and cable or rope used
for raising, lowering or moving material,
(ii) is equipped with a telescoping boom capable of moving in
the vertical plane,
(iii) is mounted on a pedestal, base or chassis, either crawler,
trailer or wheel mounted, to provide mobility,
(iv) has a lifting capacity of 15 tons (13.6 tonnes) or greater, and
(v) may incorporate a ring assembly or a strand jacking system
for hoisting;
(d) "lattice boom mobile crane" means any device or structure
that
(i) incorporates a friction or hydraulic driven drum and cable or
rope used for raising, lowering or moving material,
(ii) is equipped with a lattice boom capable of moving in the
vertical plane,
(iii) is mounted on a pedestal, base or chassis, either crawler,
trailer or wheel mounted, to provide mobility, and
(iv) has a lifting capacity of 15 tons (13.6 tonnes) or greater;
(e) "lifting capacity" means the highest capacity at the shortest
lifting radius, as defined by the load chart installed on the
mobile crane, tower crane, boom truck or wellhead boom
truck;
(f) "mobile crane" means
(i) a hydraulic mobile crane or a lattice boom mobile crane, and
(ii) a boom truck or a wellhead boom truck that has a lifting
capacity greater than 65 tons (59 tonnes);
(g) "routine maintenance" means the maintenance activities
recommended by the manufacturer for the crane or hoisting
equipment in question;
(h) "testing" means a procedure, used in the course of normal
operation only, to determine that the crane or hoisting
equipment in question is functioning, and does not include
routine maintenance or repair activities;
(i) "tower crane" means any mechanical device or structure that
(i) is designed to incorporate a power driven drum and cable or
rope and a vertical mast or tower and a jib,
(ii) is of the travelling, fixed, climbing or self-erecting type, and
(iii) is used exclusively for raising, lowering or moving material;
(j) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the operation, testing and routine maintenance of tower
cranes but does not include the installation or repair of crane
and hoisting equipment by persons other than the operators
of crane and hoisting equipment;
(k) "wellhead boom truck" means a boom truck that is used for
one or more of the following:
(i) wellhead pumping operations;
(ii) wireline operations;
(iii) perforating operations;
(iv) coiled tubing operations;
(v) snubbing operations;
(vi) the rig up and rig out of slant service rigs.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
tower crane operator branch of the designated trade of crane and
hoisting equipment operator:
(a) operating, testing and performing routine maintenance of
tower cranes;
(b) using hand tools, power tools and specialized equipment
while maintaining and operating tower cranes and related
equipment;
(c) recognizing and identifying malfunctions relating to tower
cranes and related equipment or their operation and the
proper procedures to be applied when recognizing and
identifying such malfunctions;
(d) recognizing and identifying conditions that are potentially
hazardous to safe machine operation;
(e) interpreting and applying visual and audio communications;
(f) communicating with management, signallers and riggers
using visual and audio systems;
(g) inspecting and maintaining tower cranes and related
equipment to determine that the crane or hoisting equipment
in question is functioning, excluding routine maintenance or
repair activities;
(h) performing rigging related to the designated trade;
(i) carrying out pre-lift planning and pre-lift tasks when
preparing for lifts;
(j) assembling tower cranes and related equipment for lifts;
(k) disassembling tower cranes for transport.
Classes of individuals
38 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the tower crane operator branch of the designated trade
of crane and hoisting equipment operator:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in any of the
following:
(i) the branch of the designated trade;
(ii) the boom truck craft of the designated trade granted
before September 1, 2018;
(iii) the conventional mobile crane craft of the designated
trade granted before September 1, 2018;
(iv) the hydraulic mobile crane craft of the designated trade
granted before September 1, 2018;
(v) the mobile crane branch of the designated trade granted
before September 1, 2018;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the branch of the
designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate or an endorsement in the branch of the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade if, during the time that
the individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Crane and Hoisting Equipment Operator -
Wellhead Boom Truck Operator Branch
Restricted activities
39(1) In this section,
(a) "boom truck" means a crane consisting of a rotating
superstructure operating machinery on a centre post or
turntable that
(i) has one or more operator stations mounted on a frame
attached to a commercial truck chassis or trailer chassis,
(ii) typically retains a payload hauling capacity and has a
power source capable of powering the crane, and
(iii) is equipped with
(A) a boom that is capable of swinging, hoisting and
booming up and down and that has a lifting
capacity greater than 5 tons (4.5 tonnes) and equal
to or less than 65 tons (59 tonnes),
(B) a telescoping boom that has a lifting capacity
greater than 5 tons (4.5 tonnes) and equal to or less
than 65 tons (59 tonnes),
(C) an articulating boom possessing live lines that has
a lifting capacity greater than 5 tons (4.5 tonnes)
and equal to or less than 65 tons (59 tonnes), or
(D) an articulating boom without live lines that has a
lifting capacity greater than 8 tons (7.3 tonnes) and
equal to or less than 65 tons (59 tonnes);
(b) "crane and hoisting equipment" means a mobile crane, a
tower crane, a boom truck or a wellhead boom truck, but
does not include
(i) an overhead bridge-type crane,
(ii) a crane that is used exclusively for raising, lowering and
towing motor vehicles,
(iii) a crane that is mounted on a motor vehicle that is used
exclusively for firefighting,
(iv) a machine, commonly known as a side-boom or pipe
layer, that is used for pipeline work to lower pipes into a
trench,
(v) an aerial device that is commonly known as a personnel
lift or personnel hoist,
(vi) a mobile lifting device designed exclusively for use in
power line and electric utility services, such as digger
derricks and radial boom derricks used to auger holes
and to set utility poles and place associated equipment,
(vii) equipment designed exclusively to move earth,
(viii) a crane that
(A) is operated at a mine site,
(B) is used with a special attachment to move earth or
material, and
(C) meets the requirements of and is operated in
accordance with the Occupational Health and
Safety Act and the regulations under that Act,
(ix) an aerial material handling device with or without live
lines, or
(x) equipment designed exclusively for drilling or driving
piles and casings;
(c) "hydraulic mobile crane" means any device or structure that
(i) incorporates a hydraulic driven drum and cable or rope
used for raising, lowering or moving material,
(ii) is equipped with a telescoping boom capable of moving
in the vertical plane,
(iii) is mounted on a pedestal, base or chassis, either crawler,
trailer or wheel mounted, to provide mobility,
(iv) has a lifting capacity of 15 tons (13.6 tonnes) or greater,
and
(v) may incorporate a ring assembly or a strand jacking
system for hoisting;
(d) "lattice boom mobile crane" means any device or structure
that
(i) incorporates a friction or hydraulic driven drum and
cable or rope used for raising, lowering or moving
material,
(ii) is equipped with a lattice boom capable of moving in
the vertical plane,
(iii) is mounted on a pedestal, base or chassis, either crawler,
trailer or wheel mounted, to provide mobility, and
(iv) has a lifting capacity of 15 tons (13.6 tonnes) or greater;
(e) "lifting capacity" means the highest capacity at the shortest
lifting radius, as defined by the load chart installed on the
mobile crane, tower crane, boom truck or wellhead boom
truck;
(f) "mobile crane" means
(i) a hydraulic mobile crane or a lattice boom mobile crane,
and
(ii) a boom truck or a wellhead boom truck that has a lifting
capacity greater than 65 tons (59 tonnes);
(g) "routine maintenance" means the maintenance activities
recommended by the manufacturer for the crane or hoisting
equipment in question;
(h) "testing" means a procedure, used in the course of normal
operation only, to determine that the crane or hoisting
equipment in question is functioning, and does not include
routine maintenance or repair activities;
(i) "tower crane" means any mechanical device or structure that
(i) is designed to incorporate a power driven drum and
cable or rope and a vertical mast or tower and a jib,
(ii) is of the travelling, fixed, climbing or self-erecting type,
and
(iii) is used exclusively for raising, lowering or moving
material;
(j) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the operation, testing and routine maintenance of wellhead
boom trucks but does not include the installation or repair of
crane and hoisting equipment by persons other than the
operators of crane and hoisting equipment;
(k) "wellhead boom truck" means a boom truck that is used for
one or more of the following:
(i) wellhead pumping operations;
(ii) wireline operations;
(iii) perforating operations;
(iv) coiled tubing operations;
(v) snubbing operations;
(vi) the rig up and rig out of slant service rigs.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
wellhead boom truck operator branch of the designated trade of crane
and hoisting equipment operator:
(a) operating, testing and performing routine maintenance of
wellhead boom trucks;
(b) using hand tools, power tools and specialized equipment
while maintaining wellhead boom trucks and related
equipment;
(c) recognizing and identifying malfunctions relating to wellhead
boom trucks and related equipment and the proper
procedures to be applied when recognizing and identifying
such malfunctions;
(d) recognizing and identifying conditions that are potentially
hazardous to safe machine operation;
(e) interpreting and applying visual and audio communications;
(f) communicating with management, signallers and riggers
using visual and audio systems;
(g) inspecting and maintaining wellhead boom trucks and related
equipment to determine that the crane or hoisting equipment
in question is functioning, excluding routine maintenance or
repair activities;
(h) performing rigging related to the designated trade;
(i) carrying out pre-lift planning and pre-lift tasks when
preparing for lifts.
Classes of individuals
40 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the wellhead boom truck operator branch of the
designated trade of crane and hoisting equipment operator:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in any of the
following:
(i) the branch of the designated trade;
(ii) the boom truck operator branch of the designated trade;
(iii) the mobile crane operator branch of the designated
trade;
(iv) the boom truck craft of the designated trade granted
before September 1, 2018;
(v) the conventional mobile crane craft of the designated
trade granted before September 1, 2018;
(vi) the hydraulic mobile crane craft of the designated trade
granted before September 1, 2018;
(vii) the mobile crane branch of the designated trade granted
before September 1, 2018;
(viii) the wellhead boom truck craft of the designated trade
granted before September 1, 2018;
(b) subject to the original conditions set out in the identification
card, any individual who, on September 1, 2018, held an
identification card in respect of an approved training program
under the Boom Truck Operator Exception Regulation
(AR 87/2002);
(c) any individual who holds an endorsement in the mobile crane
operator branch of the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade or the mobile crane operator
branch or boom truck operator branch of the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade or the mobile crane operator branch or boom
truck operator branch of the designated trade if the
application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the
supervision of an individual who holds a trade certificate in
the branch of the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade or
the mobile crane operator branch or boom truck operator
branch of the designated trade if the application is subsisting
and, during the time that the application is subsisting, the
work of the individual in the branch of the designated trade is
carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade or the mobile
crane operator branch or boom truck operator branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade or the mobile crane
operator branch or boom truck operator branch of the
designated trade if, during the time that the individual is
registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under a mentor
and the same supervision and ratio requirements as those that
apply to an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training Programs
Regulation in the branch of the designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Electric Motor Systems Technician
Restricted Activities
41(1) In this section,
(a) "electrical machines, systems and equipment" means the
following:
(i) electrical measuring devices;
(ii) electrical machine components;
(iii) all types of electro-mechanical equipment whether or
not it is
(A) gear driven,
(B) belt driven, or
(C) direct coupled;
(iv) electrical switching circuits;
(v) electrical fans, blowers and pumps;
(vi) transformers;
(vii) single phase motors;
(viii) magnetic switches and control circuits;
(ix) phase converters;
(x) three phase motors, starters and controllers;
(xi) synchronous machines;
(xii) industrial electronic controls;
(xiii) electric welders;
(xiv) eddy current clutches, couplings and brakes;
(xv) inverter and vector drives;
(xvi) static and dynamic balancing;
(xvii) programmable controllers;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the repair,
installation, replacement, modification and testing of
electrical machines, systems and equipment.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of electric motor systems technician:
(a) installing electrical machines, systems and equipment;
(b) repairing, replacing, modifying and testing of electrical
machines, systems and equipment;
(c) testing, repairing and reconditioning electric machines,
motors and generators and AC and DC welders;
(d) modifying motors, including windings, electrical connections
and bearings;
(e) rigging and hoisting related to the designated trade;
(f) performing power measurement;
(g) reconditioning and repairing motor-generator sets;
(h) reconditioning and repairing transformers;
(i) reconditioning and repairing electrical control components;
(j) manufacturing, testing and repairing electrical control panels;
(k) disconnecting, servicing and reconnecting electrical fans,
blowers, pumps or electrical devices from existing consumer
power supplies;
(l) examining, testing and lubricating mechanical components of
motors and generators;
(m) examining, testing and checking the operation of electrical
components of motors, generators, transformers and control
equipment;
(n) determining the need, extent and type of repairs required and
preparing reports for time and costs estimations;
(o) examining, servicing and aligning or replacing couplings;
(p) performing predictive and preventative maintenance services;
(q) examining, servicing or replacing bearings, seals and gaskets;
(r) repairing or replacing stators and motor windings in AC and
DC motors and generators and welders;
(s) repairing, replacing or reconditioning commutators and slip
ring assemblies;
(t) assembling and testing motors and generators for correct
operation;
(u) examining and testing controls and indicating instruments to
determine the nature and extent of repairs required;
(v) repairing or replacing control components and indicating
instruments;
(w) performing minor tune-ups of gasoline engines used for
generator and welder drives;
(x) inspecting and testing to establish condition of transformers;
(y) removing transformer cores and coils from transformer
housings;
(z) repairing damaged insulators and insulating material in
respect of transformers;
(aa) repairing and replacing coil connections in respect of
transformers;
(bb) removing and rewinding primary windings and installing
primary windings;
(cc) removing and rewinding secondary windings and installing
secondary windings;
(dd) repairing or replacing tap changing switches;
(ee) checking and repairing transformer cores;
(ff) repairing transformer housings;
(gg) testing, removing and replacing transformer oil;
(hh) assembling transformers and placing in transformer housings;
(ii) inspecting and testing condition of control components,
including relays, solenoids, contactors and similar
components;
(jj) dismantling, repairing and rewinding components and
assembling and testing for correct operation;
(kk) interpreting and evaluating customers' requirements,
drawings and specifications;
(ll) preparing and laying out materials for and manufacturing and
assembling enclosures and panels;
(mm) determining locations of components and installing and
wiring the components in enclosures and panels;
(nn) testing control panels for correct operation according to
drawings and specifications;
(oo) inspecting control panels for damage and faulty components;
(pp) repairing and verifying certification of electrical equipment
and components used in hazardous locations;
(qq) painting and refinishing electrical apparatus.
Classes of individuals
42 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of electric motor systems technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual;
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Electrician
Restricted activities
43(1) In this section,
(a) "electrical system" means any type of residential,
commercial, institutional or industrial building or structural
electrical system and includes the following:
(i) fire alarm systems;
(ii) signal systems;
(iii) control systems;
(iv) lighting systems;
(v) heating and cooling systems;
(vi) systems providing power;
(vii) data systems;
(viii) communication systems;
(ix) fibre optic systems;
(x) lightning protection systems;
(xi) cathodic protection systems;
(xii) grounding and bonding systems;
(b) "external electrical circuit" means the components of an
impressed current cathodic protection system that are down
line of the rectifier;
(c) "impressed current cathodic protection system" means an
electrical system that reduces the corrosion of a metal surface
by making the metal surface into the cathode of an
electrochemical cell by means of direct current supplied by a
power source;
(d) "rectifier" means the component of an impressed current
cathodic protection system that starts with the input terminal
of the internal breaker and includes all wiring, connections
and components up to and including the output terminals and
the enclosure;
(e) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the installation,
alteration, repair, inspection, verification, commissioning,
maintenance and operation of electrical systems.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of electrician:
(a) interpreting electrical industry codes, including the CSA
Standard C22.1, Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1, Safety
Standard for Electrical Installations declared in force, as
amended or replaced from time to time, by the Electrical
Code Regulation (AR 209/2006);
(b) erecting, assembling, removing, repairing, replacing and
using scaffolding, handling devices, hoists, slings, ropes,
rigging equipment and related hardware;
(c) using hand tools, power tools, testing equipment and
specialty tools required by the designated trade;
(d) preparing holes and openings for conductors, cables,
raceways, boxes and fittings, fasteners and devices and
making panel backboards, box supports and similar items;
(e) selecting and specifying location and planning layout of
electrical systems, components and controls from drawings,
specifications, contract documents and related information;
(f) scheduling labour and material requirements for electrical
work;
(g) testing electrical and electronic equipment and components
for continuity, current, voltage and resistance;
(h) installing, repairing, examining, operating, removing,
replacing, altering, maintaining, connecting, testing,
energizing and cleaning the following:
(i) electric surface or flush mounted receptacles, junction,
outlet and device boxes and components;
(ii) feeder and distribution busways and busducts;
(iii) lighting fixtures and related electrical equipment and
components;
(iv) dry cell and storage batteries and storage battery
systems;
(v) consumer's service entrance distribution and metering
equipment for connection to overhead and underground
supply;
(vi) loadcentres, panelboards, fused switch and breaker
assemblies, switchboards, switchgear, protective relays,
associated circuitry and other devices for power
distribution;
(vii) power transformers, regulators, capacitors, phase
converters and reactors;
(viii) generator sets, including auto start and transfer systems
for standby use and synchronized systems and their
controls;
(ix) alternating current to direct current conversion devices
and power inverters for conversion of direct current to
alternating current;
(x) electrical appliances, electrical heating, solar heating,
ventilation and air conditioning units, components and
controls;
(xi) oil, gas, coal, electric or wood burner control systems,
or any combination of them, and associated wiring;
(xii) infra-red heating units and other types of infra-red units,
controls and components;
(xiii) fire alarm systems;
(xiv) security systems, intrusion alarms, access control, card
key lock systems or similar equipment;
(xv) clock systems, including self-correcting or synchronized
master-slave equipment and programmable time devices
for signals, energy management, lighting control and
similar installations;
(xvi) sound and visual communications systems;
(xvii) fibre optic systems and components;
(xviii) electronic devices, discrete devices, manual or
automatic devices, control devices, limit switches, pilot
or sensing devices, signal devices, circuits and
indication lamps, panels or similar equipment and
components;
(xix) relay, static logic or programmable control components
and systems;
(xx) servo-mechanisms and associated circuitry, robotic
systems and numerically controlled and computerized
numerically controlled systems;
(xxi) electric motors, generators, controls, other
electromechanical devices and auxiliary equipment;
(xxii) motor starters, motor speed controllers and braking
systems, direct current solid state drives, alternating
current adjustable frequency drives, magnetic drive
assemblies and controls;
(xxiii) recording instruments and metering instruments;
(xxiv) grid-connected solar photovoltaic systems, including
systems using storage;
(xxv) grid-isolated solar photovoltaic systems;
(i) installing, repairing, examining, removing, replacing,
altering, maintaining, terminating, splicing, connecting,
testing, energizing and cleaning the following:
(i) cable assemblies;
(ii) underground and overhead wiring installations;
(iii) high voltage conductors, cables, terminations and
insulation materials;
(iv) lighting fixtures and related electrical equipment and
components;
(v) dry cell and storage batteries and storage battery
systems;
(vi) electric heat tracing cable assemblies and controls;
(j) installing, repairing, examining, removing, replacing,
altering, maintaining, connecting, testing and cleaning the
following:
(i) raceway systems, including fittings;
(ii) mechanical supports and protection for electrical
systems;
(iii) grounding and bonding systems;
(k) terminating and splicing the following:
(i) feeder and distribution busways and busducts;
(ii) fibre optic systems and components;
(l) terminating the following:
(i) electric surface or flush mounted receptacles, junction,
outlet and device boxes and components;
(ii) lighting fixtures and related electrical equipment and
components;
(iii) dry cell and storage batteries and storage battery
systems;
(iv) consumer's service entrance distribution and metering
equipment for connection to overhead and underground
supply;
(v) loadcentres, panelboards, fused switch and breaker
assemblies, switchboards, switchgear, protective relays,
associated circuitry and other devices for power
distribution;
(m) programming and calibrating the following:
(i) generator sets, including auto start and transfer systems
for standby use and synchronized systems and their
controls;
(ii) relay, static logic or programmable control components
and systems;
(iii) servo-mechanisms and associated circuitry, robotic
systems and numerically controlled and computerized
numerically controlled systems;
(n) calibrating the following:
(i) loadcentres, panelboards, fused switch and breaker
assemblies, switchboards, switchgear, protective relays,
associated circuitry and other devices for power
distribution;
(ii) electrical heating, solar heating, ventilation and air
conditioning units, components and controls;
(iii) oil, gas, coal, electric or wood burner control systems,
or any combination of them, and associated wiring;
(iv) electric motors, generators, controls, other
electromechanical devices and auxiliary equipment;
(v) motor starters, motor speed controllers and braking
systems, direct current solid state drives, alternating
current adjustable frequency drives, magnetic drive
assemblies and controls;
(vi) recording instruments;
(o) lubricating the following:
(i) loadcentres, panelboards, fused switch and breaker
assemblies, switchboards, switchgear, protective relays,
associated circuitry and other devices for power
distribution;
(ii) generator sets, including auto start and transfer systems
for standby use and synchronized systems and their
controls;
(iii) electric motors, generators, controls, other
electromechanical devices and auxiliary equipment.
(3) For greater certainty, the following activities are not restricted
activities within the designated trade of electrician:
(a) installing, commissioning, monitoring, evaluating,
maintaining, repairing and decommissioning the external
electrical circuit portion of an impressed current cathodic
protection system;
(b) troubleshooting and replacing components of a rectifier that
is not installed.
Classes of individuals
44(1) In this section,
(a) "Canadian Electrical Code" means the CSA Standard C22.1,
Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1, Safety Standard for
Electrical Installations declared in force, as amended or
replaced from time to time, by the Electrical Code
Regulation (AR 209/2006);
(b) "disconnecting means" means a disconnecting means as
defined in the Canadian Electrical Code;
(c) "impressed current cathodic protection system" means an
electrical system, as defined in section 43, that reduces the
corrosion of a metal surface by making the metal surface into
the cathode of an electrochemical cell by means of direct
current supplied by a power source;
(d) "installed" means a state of being physically connected to a
power source;
(e) "locked out and tagged out" means a state in which the
power source has been securely de energized in accordance
with industry practice;
(f) "rectifier" means the component of an impressed current
cathodic protection system that starts with the input terminal
of the internal breaker and includes all wiring, connections
and components up to and including the output terminals and
the enclosure;
(g) "VAC" means volts of alternating current.
(2) Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of electrician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity;
(m) any individual who is performing the following restricted
activities in respect of the installation, commissioning,
maintenance and repair on impressed current cathodic
protection systems if the individual holds a trade certificate
in the designated trade of cathodic protection technician:
(i) with respect to a rectifier that is installed,
(A) taking output readings and making output
adjustments,
(B) connecting and disconnecting the output
terminations of the rectifier,
(C) troubleshooting,
(D) installing and removing current interrupters,
(E) measuring input voltage
(I) if the rectifier has a disconnecting means
installed in compliance with the Canadian
Electrical Code, up to a maximum of
600 VAC, and
(II) in any other case, up to a maximum of 240
VAC,
and
(F) performing commissioning;
(ii) with respect to a rectifier that is locked out and tagged
out, replacing rectifier components and performing
decommissioning checks.
(3) For greater certainty, only the classes of individuals set out in
subsection (2)(a) to (l) may install or uninstall the power source wiring
to a rectifier.
Elevator Constructor
Restricted activities
45(1) In this section,
(a) "elevator system" includes the following:
(i) electric elevators;
(ii) hydraulic elevators;
(iii) escalators;
(iv) workers' passenger hoists or lifts;
(v) dumbwaiters;
(vi) hand operated elevators;
(vii) parking garage elevators;
(viii) moving walkways;
(ix) stagelifts;
(x) lifts for persons with physical disabilities;
(xi) residential elevators;
(xii) elevator entrances;
(xiii) elevator doors and door operating equipment;
(xiv) electrical wiring and conduits from controllers to
(A) signals,
(B) operating circuits, and
(C) remote panels or signals;
(xv) fireman service;
(xvi) signal, lighting and control systems;
(xvii) piping relative to hydraulic elevators;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the following:
(i) the installation, removal, alteration, repair, modification
and maintenance of elevator systems and
(A) motors, drives and motor controllers, and
(B) emergency power systems and security systems
associated with elevator systems;
(ii) the operation of temporary and incomplete elevator
systems;
(iii) the testing of elevator systems.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of elevator constructor:
(a) installing, removing, altering, repairing, modifying and
maintaining elevator systems and
(i) motors, drives and motor controllers, and
(ii) emergency power systems and security systems
associated with elevator systems;
(b) operating temporary and incomplete elevator systems;
(c) testing elevator systems;
(d) using hand tools, power tools, testing equipment and
specialty tools required by the designated trade;
(e) applying elevator, electrical and mechanical theory to the
carrying out of the restricted activities set out in this section;
(f) drawing, pulling, terminating and testing of conductors or
cables into controller or panel systems pertaining to elevators
or escalators;
(g) installing and laying out hoistways, raceways, conduits, cable
trays or troughs, wireways and fittings in elevator systems;
(h) installing, troubleshooting, testing and laying out controllers
and remote panels in elevator systems;
(i) interpreting electrical and mechanical drawings and prints;
(j) interpreting safety codes for elevators, escalators,
dumbwaiters, moving walks and freight platform lifts;
(k) coordinating elevator work with other construction trades;
(l) installing all rail guides, beams, sheaves, templates, overhead
work and all material used for mounting elevator systems in
the machine room or below the machine room;
(m) installing scaffolding for the erection of elevator systems;
(n) installing and assembling elevator cabs and panels;
(o) welding, drilling and rigging;
(p) handling and hoisting elevator and escalator material.
Classes of individuals
46 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of elevator constructor:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(c) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(k) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Floorcovering Installer
Restricted activities
47(1) In this section,
(a) "floorcovering" means resilient floorcoverings, carpets and
cushion and other types of underlayments and includes the
following:
(i) linoleum;
(ii) inlaid sheet vinyls;
(iii) roto vinyls;
(iv) tiles;
(v) solid polyvinyl chloride;
(vi) prefinished hardwood flooring;
(vii) laminate flooring;
(viii) accessories used in respect of floorcoverings;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the preparation
of floors and the lay out, fitting, installation, service,
maintenance and repair of floorcoverings and accessories.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of floorcovering installer:
(a) preparing of floors;
(b) laying out, fitting and installing floorcoverings and
accessories;
(c) servicing, maintaining and repairing floorcoverings and
accessories;
(d) using detailed drawings, blueprints and other specifications;
(e) using hand tools and power tools to perform the restricted
activities set out in this section;
(f) using shop equipment, including air tools, floor grinders,
sanders, polishers, table saws, miter saws, power stretchers
and explosive actuated tools;
(g) conducting moisture tests;
(h) using any new innovative technological changes in the
designated trade that relate to materials or methods of
construction.
Classes of individuals
48 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of floorcovering installer:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the Administrator
under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Gasfitter - Gasfitter (Class A) Branch
Restricted activities
49(1) In this section,
(a) "A gas system" means any kind of residential, commercial or
industrial gas system, including any gas appliance regardless
of the BTU rating of the gas appliance, and the associated
piping, fittings, air supply and venting, and includes the
following:
(i) low and high pressure natural gas supply systems;
(ii) low and high pressure propane gas supply systems;
(iii) gas fired appliances and equipment;
(iv) natural draft ventilation systems;
(v) power assisted ventilation systems;
(vi) propane and natural gas dispensing systems;
(vii) propane bulk storage systems;
(b) "B gas system" means any kind of residential, commercial or
industrial gas system, including any gas appliance that does
not exceed a rating of 400 000 BTUs, and the associated
piping, fittings, air supply and venting, and includes the
following:
(i) low and high pressure natural gas supply systems;
(ii) low and high pressure propane gas supply systems;
(iii) gas fired appliances and equipment;
(iv) natural draft ventilation systems;
(v) power assisted ventilation systems;
(vi) propane and natural gas dispensing systems;
(vii) propane bulk storage systems;
(c) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the fabrication, installation, alteration, adjustment,
maintenance, repair and replacement of A gas systems and B
gas systems.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
gasfitter (class A) branch of the designated trade of gasfitter:
(a) fabricating and installing A and B gas systems;
(b) altering, adjusting and maintaining A and B gas systems;
(c) repairing and replacing A and B gas systems;
(d) determining, from prints and specifications, matters
concerning location, size and material required in respect of
A and B gas systems;
(e) compiling material breakdown and takeoff;
(f) identifying and using tools and special equipment that are
used to carry out restricted activities in the designated trade;
(g) applying codes to installation and maintenance requirements;
(h) rigging equipment and piping components;
(i) installing and maintaining appliances, controls, equipment,
piping and hangers;
(j) examining and testing gas systems.
Classes of individuals
50 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the gasfitter (class A) branch of the designated trade of
gasfitter:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the branch of the
designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate or an endorsement in the branch of the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade if, during the time that
the individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Gasfitter - Gasfitter (Class B) Branch
Restricted activities
51(1) In this section,
(a) "B gas system" means any kind of residential, commercial or
industrial gas system, including any gas appliance that does
not exceed a rating of 400 000 BTUs, and the associated
piping, fittings, air supply and venting, and includes the
following:
(i) low and high pressure natural gas supply systems;
(ii) low and high pressure propane gas supply systems;
(iii) gas fired appliances and equipment;
(iv) natural draft ventilation systems;
(v) power assisted ventilation systems;
(vi) propane and natural gas dispensing systems;
(vii) propane bulk storage systems;
(b) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the fabrication, installation, alteration, adjustment,
maintenance, repair and replacement of B gas systems.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
gasfitter (class B) branch of the designated trade of gasfitter:
(a) fabricating and installing B gas systems;
(b) altering, adjusting and maintaining B gas systems;
(c) repairing and replacing B gas systems;
(d) determining, from prints and specifications, matters
concerning location, size and material required in respect of
B gas systems;
(e) coupling material breakdown and takeoff;
(f) identifying and using tools and special equipment that are
used to carry out restricted activities in the designated trade;
(g) applying codes to installation and maintenance requirements;
(h) rigging equipment and piping components;
(i) installing and maintaining appliances, controls, equipment,
piping and hangers;
(j) examining and testing gas systems.
Classes of individuals
52 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the gasfitter (class B) branch of the designated trade of
gasfitter:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade or the gasfitter (class A) branch of the
designated trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the branch of the
designated trade or the gasfitter (class A) branch of the
designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade, the gasfitter (class A) branch
of the designated trade, the designated trade of plumber or
the designated trade of sheet metal worker;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade or the gasfitter (class A) branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate or an endorsement in the branch of the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade,
the gasfitter (class A) branch of the designated trade, the
designated trade of plumber or the designated trade of sheet
metal worker if the application is subsisting and, during the
time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the same conditions as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade, the gasfitter
(class A) branch of the designated trade, the designated trade
of plumber or the designated trade of sheet metal worker;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade or the gasfitter (class A)
branch of the designated trade if, during the time that the
individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Glazier
Restricted activities
53(1) In this section,
(a) "glass" means any type of commercial, residential,
decorative or auto glass or related material and includes
(i) curtain walls,
(ii) skylites and sloped glazing,
(iii) frames and doors,
(iv) automatic doors,
(v) manual doors, and
(vi) mirrors;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the following:
(i) the glazing, setting, attachment, installation and removal
of all types of glass on buildings, fixtures and other
uses;
(ii) the installation, fitting, fabrication and attachment of
architectural metals or related products for all types of
buildings;
(iii) the cutting, preparation, fabrication or any other
handling of glass for buildings, fixtures and other uses.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of glazier:
(a) diagnosing problems and making repairs related to glazing;
(b) carrying out damaged lite removal procedures and installing
and sealing new components;
(c) storing and handling glass;
(d) preparing and fabricating glass to specifications;
(e) selecting, cutting and fitting glass;
(f) cutting, etching and installing mirrors;
(g) installing glass into window frames;
(h) installing and renovating residential windows, tub enclosures,
shower doors and related products;
(i) interpreting drawings and specifications;
(j) preparing, fabricating, installing and maintaining aluminum
and glass doors, windows, storefronts, screens and associated
hardware;
(k) fabricating and installing curtain walls;
(l) fabricating and installing skylites, sloped glazing, barrel
vaults, solariums and other support structures;
(m) preparing and installing building envelope materials and
sealants;
(n) installing structural glass, balustrades, handrails and smoke
baffles;
(o) installing and maintaining automatic and revolving doors;
(p) operating hand and power operated equipment that is used in
the designated trade.
Classes of individuals
54 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of glazier:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Hairstylist - Barber Branch
Restricted activities
55(1) In this section,
(a) "hair" means the hair on a human head and includes
(i) beards,
(ii) mustaches,
(iii) wigs, and
(iv) hairpieces;
(b) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the cutting, shaving and trimming of hair.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
barber branch of the designated trade of hairstylist:
(a) cutting, shaving and trimming of hair;
(b) using hand and power-operated equipment in respect of hair;
(c) testing and analyzing the hair and scalp for treatment;
(d) using hand manipulation in respect of scalp treatments.
Classes of individuals
56 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the barber branch of the designated trade of hairstylist:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade or the hairstylist branch of the
designated trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the hairstylist
branch of the designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade or the hairstylist branch of the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade or the hairstylist branch of the designated
trade if the application is subsisting and, during the time that
the application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the
supervision of an individual who holds a trade certificate in
the branch of the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade or
the hairstylist branch of the designated trade if the
application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade or the
hairstylist branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade or the hairstylist branch
of the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under a mentor
and the same supervision and ratio requirements as those that
apply to an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training Programs
Regulation in the branch of the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Hairstylist - Hairstylist Branch
Restricted activities
57(1) In this section,
(a) "hair" means the hair on a human head and includes
(i) beards,
(ii) mustaches,
(iii) wigs, and
(iv) hairpieces;
(b) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the following:
(i) the cutting, shaving and trimming of hair;
(ii) the waving, curling and straightening of hair;
(iii) altering the natural colour of hair;
(iv) the styling of hair;
(v) facial and scalp treatment and massage;
(vi) the servicing of wigs and hairpieces.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
hairstylist branch of the designated trade of hairstylist:
(a) cutting, shaving and trimming of hair;
(b) waving, curling and straightening of hair;
(c) altering the natural colour of hair;
(d) styling of hair;
(e) performing facial and scalp treatment and massage;
(f) servicing of wigs and hairpieces;
(g) using hand and power-operated equipment in respect of hair;
(h) using rinses, tints, bleaches, heat and chemicals in respect of
hair;
(i) testing and analyzing the hair and scalp for treatment;
(j) using hand manipulation in respect of scalp treatments;
(k) applying make-up.
Classes of individuals
58 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the hairstylist branch of the designated trade of
hairstylist:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the branch of the
designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate or an endorsement in the branch of the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under section
12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on successful
completion, will result in a document recognized by order of
the Board under section 14(2) (c) of the Act as being the
equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the
branch of the designated trade if, during the time that the
individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the Registrar
under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the branch of the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the Administrator
under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Heavy Equipment Technician - Heavy Duty
Equipment Mechanic (Off Road) Branch
Restricted activities
59(1) In this section,
(a) "off-road equipment" means industrial vehicles, engines,
equipment and attachments;
(b) "on-road equipment" means on-highway truck and transport
vehicles designed primarily for commercial use or for
hauling bulk goods;
(c) "transport trailer" means a commercial transport device
connected to or moved by on-road or off-road equipment and
does not include
(i) transport trailer bodies, or
(ii) mobile refrigeration and heating equipment as defined
in section 123;
(d) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the maintenance, component replacement, diagnosis and
repair of off-road equipment and transport trailers.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
heavy duty equipment mechanic (off road) branch of the designated
trade of heavy equipment technician:
(a) maintaining, replacing components, diagnosing problems and
repairing off-road equipment and transport trailers;
(b) selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining various shop
equipment and tools;
(c) retrieving and inputting applicable information using
service-related computer software programs;
(d) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing internal
combustion engines and engine auxiliary systems and
accessories;
(e) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing power
trains, clutches, fluid drives, transmissions, transfer drives,
drive lines, differentials, final drives and steering clutches
and axles;
(f) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing electrical
system components and circuits;
(g) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing hydraulic
and hydrostatic systems and components;
(h) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing air systems
and components;
(i) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing steering,
braking and suspension systems and components;
(j) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing frames,
chassis, supporting structures, wheels, undercarriages, cabs
and accessories, heating and air conditioning systems,
canopies and protective structures;
(k) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing
attachments, ground engaging and working tools, booms,
structural members, cables, hooks and slings;
(l) with respect to preventive maintenance, operational safety
and equipment economy,
(i) identifying and evaluating equipment failures and
malfunctions relating to machine maintenance,
(ii) identifying unsafe operating practices, and
(iii) communicating
(A) advice on maintenance to be performed,
(B) maintenance safety precautions,
(C) correct procedures for equipment inspections,
operation, towing, loading, hauling, parking and
storage, and
(D) the importance of the use of proper fuel, lubricants,
coolants, filters and similar items and providing
advice in respect of those matters.
Classes of individuals
60 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the heavy duty equipment mechanic (off road) branch
of the designated trade of heavy equipment technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade or the heavy equipment technician
branch of the designated trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the branch of the
designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade or the heavy equipment
technician branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade or the heavy equipment technician branch of
the designated trade if the application is subsisting and,
during the time that the application is subsisting, the work of
the individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried
out under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate or an endorsement in the branch of the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade or
the heavy equipment technician branch of the designated
trade if the application is subsisting and, during the time that
the application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade or the heavy
equipment technician branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade or the heavy equipment
technician branch of the designated trade if, during the time
that the individual is registered in the program, the work of
the individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried
out under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect
of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Heavy Equipment Technician -
Heavy Equipment Technician Branch
Restricted activities
61(1) In this section,
(a) "off-road equipment" means industrial vehicles, engines,
equipment and attachments;
(b) "on-road equipment" means on-highway truck and transport
vehicles designed primarily for commercial use or for
hauling bulk goods;
(c) "transport trailer" means a commercial transport device
connected to or moved by on-road or off-road equipment and
does not include
(i) transport trailer bodies, or
(ii) mobile refrigeration and heating equipment as defined
in section 123;
(d) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the maintenance, component replacement, diagnosis and
repair of off-road equipment, on-road equipment and
transport trailers.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
heavy equipment technician branch of the designated trade of heavy
equipment technician:
(a) maintaining, diagnosing problems and repairing off-road
equipment, on-road equipment and transport trailers;
(b) replacing components on off-road equipment, on-road
equipment and transport trailers;
(c) selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining various shop
equipment and tools;
(d) retrieving and inputting applicable information using
service-related computer software programs;
(e) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing internal
combustion engines and engine auxiliary systems and
accessories;
(f) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing power
trains, clutches, fluid drives, transmissions, transfer drives,
drive lines, differentials, final drives and steering clutches
and axles;
(g) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing electrical
system components and circuits;
(h) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing hydraulic
and hydrostatic systems and components;
(i) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing air systems
and components;
(j) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing steering,
braking and suspension systems and components;
(k) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing frames,
chassis, supporting structures, wheels, undercarriages, cabs
and accessories, heating and air conditioning systems,
canopies and protective structures;
(l) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing
attachments, ground engaging and working tools, booms,
structural members, cables, hooks and slings;
(m) with respect to preventive maintenance, operational safety
and equipment economy,
(i) identifying and evaluating equipment failures and
malfunctions relating to machine maintenance,
(ii) identifying unsafe operating practices, and
(iii) communicating
(A) advice on maintenance to be performed,
(B) maintenance safety precautions,
(C) correct procedures for equipment inspections,
operation, towing, loading, hauling, parking and
storage, and
(D) the importance of the use of proper fuel, lubricants,
coolants, filters and similar items and providing
advice in respect of those matters.
Classes of individuals
62 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the heavy equipment technician branch of the
designated trade of heavy equipment technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade;
(b) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(c) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate in the branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade if, during the time that
the individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(k) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Heavy Equipment Technician -
Transport Trailer Mechanic Branch
Restricted activities
63(1) In this section,
(a) "off-road equipment" means industrial vehicles, engines,
equipment and attachments;
(b) "on-road equipment" means on-highway truck and transport
vehicles designed primarily for commercial use or for
hauling bulk goods;
(c) "transport trailer" means a commercial transport device
connected to or moved by on-road or off-road equipment and
does not include
(i) transport trailer bodies, or
(ii) mobile refrigeration and heating equipment as defined
in section 123;
(d) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the maintenance, component replacement, diagnosis and
repair of transport trailers.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
transport trailer mechanic branch of the designated trade of heavy
equipment technician:
(a) maintaining, diagnosing problems and repairing transport
trailers;
(b) replacing components on transport trailers;
(c) retrieving and inputting applicable information using
service-related computer software programs;
(d) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing
(i) suspensions, undercarriages and frames,
(ii) braking systems,
(iii) trailer couplers and hitches,
(iv) landing gear,
(v) electrical systems, and
(vi) hydraulic systems.
Classes of individuals
64 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the transport trailer mechanic branch of the designated
trade of heavy equipment technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in any branch of
the designated trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the truck and
transport mechanic branch or the heavy duty equipment
mechanic (off road) branch of the designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in
any branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in any branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate in the branch of the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in any branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in any branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in any branch of the designated trade if, during the time that
the individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Heavy Equipment Technician -
Truck and Transport Mechanic Branch
Restricted activities
65(1) In this section,
(a) "off-road equipment" means industrial vehicles, engines,
equipment and attachments;
(b) "on-road equipment" means on-highway truck and transport
vehicles designed primarily for commercial use or for
hauling bulk goods;
(c) "transport trailer" means a commercial transport device
connected to or moved by on-road or off-road equipment and
does not include
(i) transport trailer bodies, or
(ii) mobile refrigeration and heating equipment as defined
in section 123;
(d) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the maintenance, component replacement, diagnosis and
repair of on-road equipment and transport trailers.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
truck and transport mechanic branch of the designated trade of heavy
equipment technician:
(a) maintaining, diagnosing problems and repairing on-road
equipment and transport trailers;
(b) replacing components on-road equipment and transport
trailers;
(c) selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining various shop
equipment and tools;
(d) retrieving and inputting applicable information using
service-related computer software programs;
(e) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing internal
combustion engines and engine auxiliary systems and
accessories;
(f) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing power
trains, clutches, fluid drives, transmissions, transfer drives,
drive lines, differentials, final drives and steering clutches
and axles;
(g) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing electrical
system components and circuits;
(h) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing hydraulic
systems and components;
(i) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing air systems
and components;
(j) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing steering,
braking and suspension systems and components;
(k) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing frames,
chassis, supporting structures and components;
(l) inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing
attachments and working tools, structural members, cables,
hooks and slings;
(m) with respect to preventive maintenance, operational safety
and equipment economy,
(i) identifying and evaluating equipment failures and
malfunctions relating to machine maintenance,
(ii) identifying unsafe operating practices, and
(iii) communicating
(A) advice on maintenance to be performed,
(B) maintenance safety precautions,
(C) correct procedures for equipment inspections,
operation, towing, loading, hauling, parking and
storage, and
(D) the importance of the use of proper fuel, lubricants,
coolants, filters and similar items and providing
advice in respect of those matters.
Classes of individuals
66 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the truck and transport mechanic branch of the
designated trade of heavy equipment technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade or the heavy equipment technician
branch of the designated trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the branch of the
designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade or the heavy equipment
technician branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade or the heavy equipment technician branch of
the designated trade if the application is subsisting and,
during the time that the application is subsisting, the work of
the individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried
out under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate or an endorsement in the branch of the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade or
the heavy equipment technician branch of the designated
trade if the application is subsisting and, during the time that
the application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade or the heavy
equipment technician branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade or the heavy equipment
technician branch of the designated trade if, during the time
that the individual is registered in the program, the work of
the individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried
out under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Industrial Mechanic (Millwright)
Restricted activities
67(1) In this section,
(a) "stationary rotating equipment" means any type of plant,
industrial machinery or mechanical equipment and includes
the following:
(i) stationary and industrial engines;
(ii) steam and gas turbines;
(iii) pumps;
(iv) heat exchangers;
(v) conveyor systems;
(vi) gears and speed changers;
(vii) mining equipment;
(viii) logging equipment;
(ix) compressors;
(x) fluid power systems;
(xi) air blowers and vacuum pumps and fans;
(xii) gas and air dryers;
(xiii) refrigeration;
(xiv) power transmissions;
(xv) couplings and clutches;
(xvi) prime movers;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the following:
(i) the installation, maintenance, repair, removal and
replacement of stationary rotating equipment;
(ii) the diagnosis of problems relating to stationary rotating
equipment.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of industrial mechanic (millwright):
(a) installing, maintaining, repairing, removing and replacing
stationary rotating equipment;
(b) dismantling, assembling and repairing parts and components
in stationary rotating equipment;
(c) removing and installing electric motors, excluding the
electrical disconnecting or hookup of electric motors;
(d) diagnosing problems relating to stationary rotating
equipment;
(e) fitting, aligning and testing parts and components in
stationary rotating equipment;
(f) condition monitoring, vibration analysis and laser alignment
of stationary rotating equipment;
(g) fitting bearings, aligning gears and shafts, attaching motors
and connecting couplings and belts in relation to stationary
rotating equipment;
(h) using hand, power and other tools of the designated trade
while working on stationary rotating equipment;
(i) interpreting drawings and plans and laying out and
developing projects according to specifications;
(j) using precision instruments to measure, assemble and fit
complex plant or industrial machinery or other related
equipment;
(k) setting up and operating standard machine tools, including
saws, drill presses, lathes and milling machines, and their
attachments, to facilitate the efficient completion of the
assembly and repair of stationary rotating equipment;
(l) using measuring and testing instruments and devices in
relation to stationary rotating equipment;
(m) using rigging equipment in relation to stationary rotating
equipment;
(n) heating and cutting with oxyfuel equipment;
(o) tack welding with welding equipment.
Classes of individuals
68 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of industrial mechanic
(millwright):
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Instrumentation and Control Technician
Restricted activities
69(1) In this section,
(a) "instrument" means any type of industrial, commercial or
domestic instrumentation and includes the following:
(i) temperature, pressure, flow, analytical and level
indicators, recorders, controllers and sensors;
(ii) density indicators and sensors;
(iii) weight indicators and sensors;
(iv) viscosity and consistency indicators and sensors;
(v) pH indicators and sensors;
(vi) oxidation reduction potential indicators and sensors;
(vii) oxygen analysis equipment;
(viii) gas analyzers;
(ix) turbidity and smoke density analyzers;
(x) moisture and humidity sensing and indicating systems;
(xi) electrical conductivity sensing and indicating systems;
(xii) sensors and indicators for measurement of speed,
position, proximity and time;
(xiii) gas and liquid chromatographs;
(xiv) spectrophotometer analyzers;
(xv) spectrometers;
(xvi) pneumatic, fluidic, robotic, fibre-optic, hydraulic and
electronic control devices and systems;
(xvii) pneumatic, fluidic, robotic, fibre-optic, hydraulic and
electronic transmitters;
(xviii) pneumatic, fluidic, robotic, fibre-optic, hydraulic and
electronic transducers;
(xix) pneumatic, fluidic, robotic, fibre-optic, hydraulic and
electronic recorders;
(xx) digital to analog and analog to digital converters;
(xxi) data acquisition systems, telemetric systems,
supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA)
systems, programmable logic controller systems and
distributed control and display systems;
(xxii) monitoring devices and alarm systems;
(xxiii) valve positioners;
(xxiv) electrical and pneumatic valve actuators;
(xxv) control valves and final control elements;
(xxvi) vibration sensing systems;
(xxvii) ultra-violet and infra-red fire detection systems;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the installation,
calibration, testing and maintenance of instruments.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of the
designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated trade of
instrumentation and control technician:
(a) installing, calibrating, testing and maintaining the following:
(i) process measurement sensing and indicating systems;
(ii) analytical instrumentation;
(iii) signal conversion and transmission devices;
(iv) data acquisition and display systems;
(v) monitoring devices and alarm systems;
(vi) control devices and systems;
(vii) final control elements;
(b) installing, servicing, calibrating and maintaining equipment
for calibration, reference or comparison standards;
(c) installing, inspecting, testing, disconnecting and connecting
electrical wiring to instrument installations;
(d) maintaining, installing and testing air distribution systems;
(e) installing, inspecting, testing, servicing and removing
instruments;
(f) installing and removing pneumatic tubing, process tubing and
piping;
(g) using hand tools, power tools, testing equipment and
specialty tools required by the designated trade;
(h) incorporating modifications to systems and components;
(i) applying knowledge and understanding of operating
processes and their interrelationship with instrumentation.
Classes of individuals
70 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of instrumentation and control
technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Insulator (Heat and Frost)
Restricted activities
71(1) In this section,
(a) "insulation items" means the following:
(i) insulation materials, reinforcing fabrics, metal lath and
hexagonal wire;
(ii) adhesives and fasteners;
(iii) finishing materials;
(iv) metal claddings, canvas, PVC, pit wrap, paint, finishing
cement and other similar over insulation applications
not referred to in subclauses (i) to (iii);
(v) noise control materials;
(vi) firestopping and fireproofing materials;
(vii) utilidors;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the following:
(i) the installation, service, maintenance, repair and
removal of insulation items;
(ii) the abatement and removal of asbestos.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of insulator (heat and frost):
(a) installing, servicing, maintaining, repairing and removing
insulation items;
(b) abating and removing asbestos;
(c) using detailed drawings, blueprints and other specifications;
(d) using all related standards, safety regulations and building
codes and regulations;
(e) working with insulation items and related equipment;
(f) using hand tools, power tools, shop equipment and stud
welding equipment;
(g) cleaning up and removing insulation items;
(h) assembling, erecting, installing and removing insulation
materials and handling devices, scaffolds, ropes and slings;
(i) estimating, preparing, scheduling and worksite planning;
(j) handling, laying out, preparing, fabricating and assembling
insulation items and all protective coatings and coverings;
(k) using new technology relating to the restricted activities set
out in this section.
Classes of individuals
72 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of insulator (heat and frost):
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Ironworker - Ironworker (Generalist) Branch
Restricted activities
73(1) In this section,
(a) "Alberta Building Code" means the National Building Code -
2019 Alberta Edition declared in force, as amended or replaced
from time to time, by the Building Code Regulation
(AR 31/2015);
(b) "concrete reinforcement" means metal, steel or synthetic
strands, wires, mesh, fabric, bars or sheets, placed into
concrete structures for the purpose of reinforcing,
pre-tensioning or post-tensioning of concrete structures;
(c) "metal building systems" means buildings that
(i) are non-residential, prefabricated metal structures, not
more than 2 storeys, that meet Alberta Building Code
requirements for certification by the Canadian
Standards Association,
(ii) are constructed of an interior load-bearing framework
and an outer non-load-bearing cladding, and
(iii) are erected, assembled and installed in accordance with
the manufacturer's instructions without modification to
the manufacturer's specifications,
but does not include Quonsets or other frameless metal
buildings;
(d) "reinforced concrete" means concrete that is cast in place or
precast and is reinforced with concrete reinforcement
materials;
(e) "storey" has the meaning assigned to it in the Alberta
Building Code;
(f) "structures" means the following:
(i) curtain walls;
(ii) bridges, including abutments, decks, girders, piers and
permanent guard rails;
(iii) metal building systems;
(iv) buildings that are engineered and constructed of metal,
steel or reinforced concrete, other than buildings
constructed using insulated concrete forms;
(g) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the following:
(i) the field fabrication, assembly, erection and
disassembly of structures, other than the demolition of
structures;
(ii) the service, maintenance and repair of structures;
(iii) the field fabrication and erection of structural,
miscellaneous and ornamental metal work;
(iv) the placement of precast or prestressed concrete and
concrete reinforcement materials.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
ironworker (generalist) branch of the designated trade of ironworker:
(a) fabricating, assembling, erecting and disassembling
structures in the field;
(b) servicing, maintaining and repairing structures;
(c) fabricating and erecting structural, miscellaneous and
ornamental metal work in the field;
(d) placing precast or prestressed concrete;
(e) placing concrete reinforcement materials;
(f) erecting concrete reinforcement materials;
(g) attaching concrete reinforcement materials;
(h) performing post-tensioning;
(i) performing prestressing;
(j) assembling, erecting and disassembling metal building
systems;
(k) using detailed drawings, blueprints and other specifications;
(l) using hand tools, power tools and shop equipment, including
transits, levels, explosive actuated tools, post drills, radial
drills, angle rolls, punches, shears, brakes and presses;
(m) using, setting up or assembling rigging equipment, including
wire rope, block and tackle, cranes, derricks, hoisting
equipment, swing stages, aerial platforms and scaffolds;
(n) using oxyfuel cutting and arc tack welding equipment in heat
straightening, cutting and joining metals;
(o) using new technology in relation to the restricted activities
set out in this section;
(p) placing mechanical equipment and components;
(q) using and maintaining fall protection systems.
Classes of individuals
74 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the ironworker (generalist) branch of the designated
trade of ironworker:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in any of the
following:
(i) the branch of the designated trade;
(ii) the ironworker branch of the designated trade granted
before September 1, 2017;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the branch of the
designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade if, during the time that
the individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(g) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(j) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Ironworker - Ironworker (Metal
Building Systems Erector) Branch
Restricted activities
75(1) In this section,
(a) "Alberta Building Code" means the National Building Code -
2019 Alberta Edition declared in force, as amended or
replaced from time to time, by the Building Code Regulation
(AR 31/2015);
(b) "metal building systems" means buildings that
(i) are non-residential, prefabricated metal structures, not
more than 2 storeys, that meet Alberta Building Code
requirements for certification by the Canadian
Standards Association,
(ii) are constructed of an interior load-bearing framework
and an outer non-load-bearing cladding, and
(iii) are erected, assembled and installed in accordance with
the manufacturer's instructions without modification to
the manufacturer's specifications,
but does not include Quonsets or other frameless metal
buildings;
(c) "reinforced concrete" means concrete that is cast in place or
precast and is reinforced with concrete reinforcement
materials;
(d) "storey" has the meaning assigned to it in the Alberta
Building Code;
(e) "structures" means the following:
(i) curtain walls;
(ii) bridges, including abutments, decks, girders, piers and
permanent guard rails;
(iii) metal building systems;
(iv) buildings that are engineered and constructed of metal,
steel or reinforced concrete, other than buildings
constructed using insulated concrete forms;
(f) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the assembly, erection and disassembly of metal building
systems.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
ironworker (metal building systems erector) branch of the designated
trade of ironworker:
(a) assembling metal building systems;
(b) erecting metal building systems;
(c) disassembling metal building systems;
(d) using detailed drawings, blueprints and other specifications;
(e) using hand tools, power tools and shop equipment, including
transits, levels and explosive actuated tools;
(f) using, setting up or assembling rigging equipment, including
wire rope, block and tackle, cranes, derricks, hoisting
equipment, swing stages, aerial platforms and scaffolds;
(g) using oxyfuel cutting and arc tack welding equipment in heat
straightening, cutting and joining metals;
(h) using new technology in relation to the restricted activities
set out in this section;
(i) using and maintaining fall protection systems.
Classes of individuals
76 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the ironworker (metal building systems erector) branch
of the designated trade of ironworker:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in any of the
following:
(i) the branch of the designated trade;
(ii) the ironworker (generalist) branch of the designated
trade;
(iii) the ironworker (structural/ornamental) branch of the
designated trade;
(iv) the ironworker branch of the designated trade granted
before September 1, 2017;
(v) the metal building systems erector branch of the
designated trade granted before September 1, 2017;
(vi) the structural/ornamental branch of the designated trade
granted before September 1, 2017;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the ironworker
(generalist) branch or the ironworker (structural/ornamental)
branch of the designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade or the ironworker (generalist)
branch or ironworker (structural/ornamental) branch of the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade or the ironworker (structural/ornamental)
branch of the designated trade if the application is subsisting
and, during the time that the application is subsisting, the
work of the individual in the branch of the designated trade is
carried out under the supervision of an individual who holds
a trade certificate in the branch of the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade or
the ironworker (generalist) branch or ironworker
(structural/ornamental) branch of the designated trade if the
application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade or the
ironworker (structural/ornamental) branch of the designated
trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade or the ironworker
(generalist) branch or ironworker (structural/ornamental)
branch of the designated trade if, during the time that the
individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Ironworker - Ironworker
(Reinforcing) Branch
Restricted activities
77(1) In this section,
(a) "Alberta Building Code" means the National Building
Code - 2019 Alberta Edition declared in force, as amended or
replaced from time to time, by the Building Code Regulation
(AR 31/2015);
(b) "concrete reinforcement" means metal, steel or synthetic
strands, wires, mesh, fabric, bars or sheets, placed into
concrete structures for the purpose of reinforcing,
pre-tensioning or post-tensioning of concrete structures;
(c) "metal building systems" means buildings that
(i) are non-residential, prefabricated metal structures, not
more than 2 storeys, that meet Alberta Building Code
requirements for certification by the Canadian
Standards Association,
(ii) are constructed of an interior load-bearing framework
and an outer non-load-bearing cladding, and
(iii) are erected, assembled and installed in accordance with
the manufacturer's instructions without modification to
the manufacturer's specifications,
but does not include Quonsets or other frameless metal
buildings;
(d) "reinforced concrete" means concrete that is cast in place or
precast and is reinforced with concrete reinforcement
materials;
(e) "storey" has the meaning assigned to it in the Alberta Building
Code;
(f) "structures" means the following:
(i) curtain walls;
(ii) bridges, including abutments, decks, girders, piers and
permanent guard rails;
(iii) metal building systems;
(iv) buildings that are engineered and constructed of metal,
steel or reinforced concrete, other than buildings
constructed using insulated concrete forms;
(g) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the erection, placement, attachment, prestressing and post-
tensioning of concrete reinforcement materials.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
ironworker (reinforcing) branch of the designated trade of ironworker:
(a) erecting concrete reinforcement materials;
(b) placing concrete reinforcement materials;
(c) attaching concrete reinforcement materials;
(d) performing post-tensioning;
(e) performing prestressing;
(f) using detailed drawings, blueprints and other specifications;
(g) using hand tools, power tools and shop equipment, including
transits, levels and explosive actuated tools;
(h) using, setting up and assembling rigging equipment,
including wire rope, block and tackle, cranes, derricks,
hoisting equipment, swing stages, aerial platforms and
scaffolds;
(i) using oxyfuel cutting and arc tack welding equipment in heat
straightening, cutting and joining metals;
(j) using new technology in relation to the restricted activities
set out in this section;
(k) using and maintaining fall protection systems.
Classes of individuals
78 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the ironworker (reinforcing) branch of the designated
trade of ironworker:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in any of the
following:
(i) the branch of the designated trade;
(ii) the ironworker (generalist) branch of the designated
trade;
(iii) the ironworker branch of the designated trade granted
before September 1, 2017;
(iv) the reinforcing branch of the designated trade granted
before September 1, 2017;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the branch of the
designated trade or the ironworker (generalist) branch of the
designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade or the ironworker (generalist)
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate or an endorsement in the branch of the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade or
the ironworker (generalist) branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade or the ironworker
(generalist) branch of the designated trade if, during the time
that the individual is registered in the program, the work of
the individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried
out under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Ironworker - Ironworker
(Structural/Ornamental) Branch
Restricted activities
79(1) In this section,
(a) "Alberta Building Code" means the National Building
Code - 2019 Alberta Edition declared in force, as amended or
replaced from time to time, by the Building Code Regulation
(AR 31/2015);
(b) "metal building systems" means buildings that
(i) are non-residential, prefabricated metal structures, not
more than 2 storeys, that meet Alberta Building Code
requirements for certification by the Canadian
Standards Association,
(ii) are constructed of an interior load-bearing framework
and an outer non-load-bearing cladding, and
(iii) are erected, assembled and installed in accordance with
the manufacturer's instructions without modification to
the manufacturer's specifications,
but does not include Quonsets or other frameless metal
buildings;
(c) "reinforced concrete" means concrete that is cast in place or
precast and is reinforced with concrete reinforcement
materials;
(d) "storey" has the meaning assigned to it in the Alberta
Building Code;
(e) "structures" means the following:
(i) curtain walls;
(ii) bridges, including abutments, decks, girders, piers and
permanent guard rails;
(iii) metal building systems;
(iv) buildings that are engineered and constructed of metal,
steel or reinforced concrete, other than buildings
constructed using insulated concrete forms;
(f) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the following:
(i) the field fabrication, assembly, erection and
disassembly of structures, other than the demolition of
structures;
(ii) the service, maintenance and repair of structures;
(iii) the field fabrication and erection of structural,
miscellaneous and ornamental metal work;
(iv) the erection and placement of precast or prestressed
concrete structures.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
ironworker (structural/ornamental) branch of the designated trade of
ironworker:
(a) fabricating, assembling, erecting and disassembling of
structures in the field;
(b) servicing, maintaining and repairing of structures;
(c) fabricating and erecting structural, miscellaneous and
ornamental metal work in the field;
(d) erecting and placing precast or prestressed concrete
structures;
(e) using detailed drawings, blueprints and other specifications;
(f) using hand tools, power tools and shop equipment, including
transits, levels, explosive actuated tools, post drills, radial
drills, angle rolls, punches, shears, brakes and presses;
(g) using, setting up or assembling rigging equipment, including
wire rope, block and tackle, cranes, derricks, hoisting
equipment, swing stages, aerial platforms and scaffolds;
(h) using oxyfuel cutting and arc tack welding equipment in heat
straightening, cutting and joining metals;
(i) using new technology in relation to the restricted activities
set out in this section;
(j) placing mechanical equipment and components;
(k) using and maintaining fall protection systems.
Classes of individuals
80 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the ironworker (structural/ornamental) branch of the
designated trade of ironworker:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in any of the
following:
(i) the branch of the designated trade;
(ii) the ironworker (generalist) branch of the designated
trade;
(iii) the ironworker branch of the designated trade granted
before September 1, 2017;
(iv) the structural/ornamental branch of the designated trade
granted before September 1, 2017;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the branch of the
designated trade or the ironworker (generalist) branch of the
designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade or the ironworker (generalist)
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate or an endorsement in the branch of the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade or
the ironworker (generalist) branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade or the ironworker
(generalist) branch of the designated trade if, during the time
that the individual is registered in the program, the work of
the individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried
out under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Landscape Horticulturist
Restricted activities
81(1) In this section, "undertakings of the designated trade" means
the sale, growth, installation and maintenance of plant or related
materials and includes the following:
(a) landscape construction;
(b) landscape maintenance;
(c) the operation of greenhouses, nurseries and garden centres;
(d) arboriculture;
(e) tree moving;
(f) the sale, growth, installation and maintenance of turf grasses;
(g) designing, installing and maintaining irrigation systems.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of landscape horticulturist:
(a) selling, growing, installing and maintaining plant or related
materials;
(b) applying principles of landscape design and construction;
(c) constructing and installing landscape planters, walks and
other accessories of various materials;
(d) handling orders of plant and related materials;
(e) operating and servicing the tools and machinery used in the
designated trade;
(f) applying the principles governing the following:
(i) the operation of greenhouses, nurseries and garden
centres;
(ii) sod production;
(iii) interior and exterior landscape maintenance;
(iv) plant production;
(v) the use of soils;
(vi) the use of plant nutrients;
(vii) the use of pesticides;
(viii) the control of plant diseases and pests;
(ix) tree care;
(g) applying knowledge respecting botany and plant
identification.
Classes of individuals
82 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of landscape horticulturist:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Lather (Interior Systems Mechanic)
Restricted activities
83(1) In this section,
(a) "lather interior systems" means any type of framework for
gypsum materials in buildings and includes the following:
(i) light gauge steel stud framing;
(ii) load bearing steel stud wall and floor systems;
(iii) unitized wall systems;
(iv) demountable partitions;
(v) suspended drywall ceilings;
(vi) component ceilings;
(vii) metal linear ceilings;
(viii) specialized systems;
(ix) drywall;
(x) metal lath;
(xi) radiation shielding;
(xii) access floor systems;
(xiii) membrane coatings;
(xiv) thermal and acoustical systems;
(xv) air and vapour barriers;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the following:
(i) the assembly and installation of lather interior systems;
(ii) the cutting, shaping, bending, fastening and spot
welding of metal components to build support bases for
plaster, cement, fireproofing, radiation or soundproofing
materials;
(iii) the cutting, shaping, aligning and securing of
components in lather interior systems for gypsum or
other products;
(iv) the construction of various types of walls and ceilings or
other related structures and the application of exterior
and interior trim of metal and other materials.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of lather (interior systems mechanic):
(a) assembling and installing lather interior systems;
(b) cutting, shaping, bending, fastening and spot welding metal
components to build support bases for plaster, cement,
fireproofing, radiation or soundproofing materials;
(c) cutting, shaping, aligning and securing components in lather
interior systems for gypsum or other products;
(d) constructing various types of walls and ceilings or other
related structures and applying exterior and interior trim of
metal and other materials;
(e) diagnosing and repairing any problems relating to the lather
interior systems;
(f) using all hand and power operated equipment required by the
designated trade;
(g) using blueprints, shop drawings and specifications;
(h) applying gypsum lath, metal lath and stucco wire;
(i) cutting, preparing, fastening, spot welding, fabricating or
other handling of all lath materials.
Classes of individuals
84 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of lather (interior systems
mechanic):
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Locksmith
Restricted activities
85(1) In this section,
(a) "locking device" means any mechanical or electrical device
that provides a physical or psychological barrier preventing,
delaying or inhibiting unauthorized entry;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the following:
(i) the installation, replacement, rebuilding, rearrangement,
repair or adjustment of locking devices or safes and
their components;
(ii) the making of keys by impression, code or other means
involving specialized knowledge of locking devices or
safes;
(iii) the circumvention of locking devices by means other
than the use of a key or combination.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of locksmith:
(a) handling orders for locks, safes and related equipment;
(b) operating and servicing the tools and equipment used in the
designated trade;
(c) installing, replacing, rebuilding, rearranging, repairing and
adjusting locking devices or safes, components and related
equipment;
(d) making keys by impression, code or other means;
(e) circumventing locking devices by means other than use of
key or combination;
(f) identifying the operation of locking devices and safes;
(g) identifying and applying the principles of locking devices;
(h) identifying and applying the principles of safes and related
equipment;
(i) applying in-depth knowledge of codes and specifications;
(j) applying knowledge of master keying;
(k) using any new innovative technological changes in the
designated trade that relate to materials or methods of
construction.
Classes of individuals
86 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of locksmith:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Machinist
Restricted activities
87(1) In this section,
(a) "parts" means any type of industrial or mass production
parts;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the following:
(i) the set up or operation of metal removing machine tools
to manufacture metals and other materials into precise
shapes and sizes;
(ii) the production of parts using mass production methods;
(iii) the making and repair of parts, tools and machines made
from metal, plastic or other materials.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of machinist:
(a) setting up or operating metal removing machine tools to
manufacture metals and other materials into precise shapes
and sizes;
(b) producing parts using mass production methods;
(c) making and repairing parts, tools and machines made from
metal, plastic or other material;
(d) setting up and operating standard machine tools used in
machine shops, including the following:
(i) saws;
(ii) drill presses;
(iii) lathes;
(iv) milling machines;
(v) grinding machines;
(vi) boring mills;
(vii) shapers;
(viii) attachments and accessories to any item referred to in
subclauses (i) to (vii);
(ix) computerized numerical control (CNC) machine tools;
(e) interpreting technical drawings, charts, specification
measurement and layout drawings and samples;
(f) reading and interpreting the information and specifications
presented on drawings and sketches, in respect of physical
shape, size, material, heat treatment, finish, hardness and
other pertinent data;
(g) verifying dimensions with precision measuring instruments;
(h) forging, heat treating, cutting and joining metals;
(i) setting up and operating machine tools and supporting
equipment, including oxyfuel welding, cutting and brazing
equipment and electric arc welding equipment.
Classes of individuals
88 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of machinist:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Metal Fabricator (Fitter)
Restricted activities
89(1) In this section,
(a) "Alberta Building Code" means the National Building
Code - 2019 Alberta Edition declared in force, as amended or
replaced from time to time, by the Building Code Regulation
(AR 31/2015);
(b) "structures" means the following:
(i) metal railings, ladders and platforms;
(ii) metal conventional and spiral stairs;
(iii) welded or bolted beams and columns;
(iv) girders, trusses and built-up sections;
(v) pressure vessels, multipurpose holding tanks and
containers;
(vi) structural metal or miscellaneous metal components that
are subject to the Alberta Building Code;
(c) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the following:
(i) the fabrication, layout and assembly of structures;
(ii) revisions to structures.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of metal fabricator (fitter):
(a) fabricating structures;
(b) laying out and assembling structures;
(c) revising structures;
(d) using detailed drawings, blueprints and other specifications;
(e) using layout and fitting hand tools and air and electric
powered tools;
(f) using shop equipment, including overhead cranes, fork lifts,
drilling and threading equipment, grinders, power saws,
angle rolls, plate rolls, punches, shears, press brakes, power
benders, ironworkers and presses;
(g) using, setting up and assembling rigging equipment,
including wire rope, synthetic slings, block and tackle,
hoisting equipment and scaffolds;
(h) using oxyfuel cutting and arc tack welding equipment in heat
straightening, cutting and joining metals;
(i) using new technology that is related to the designated trade.
Classes of individuals
90 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of metal fabricator (fitter):
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Motorcycle Mechanic
Restricted activities
91(1) In this section,
(a) "motorcycle" means a multi-wheeled motor vehicle equipped
with
(i) astride seating for one or more persons, and
(ii) handlebar controls,
but does not include a moped as defined in the Use of
Highway and Rules of the Road Regulation (AR 304/2002);
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the repair and
maintenance of motorcycles.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of motorcycle mechanic:
(a) repairing and maintaining the following:
(i) internal combustion engines and components;
(ii) transmissions and power trains;
(iii) fuel systems;
(iv) exhaust systems;
(v) electrical and electronic systems;
(vi) vehicle management systems;
(vii) wheels and tires;
(viii) chassis;
(ix) suspension components;
(x) steering systems;
(xi) braking systems;
(xii) sidecar attachments;
(xiii) accessories that affect weight distribution and handling;
(b) selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining various hand and
power tools, measuring tools, testing equipment and shop
equipment;
(c) selecting, installing and removing fasteners, tubing, piping,
couplings, fittings, hoses, electrical wiring and connectors;
(d) selecting, installing, inspecting, adjusting and removing
bearings, bushings and seals, belts, sheaves, pulleys, chains
and sprockets;
(e) selecting proper fuels, lubricants, coolants, sealants,
adhesives, plastics and plastic metals for intended
application;
(f) accessing job-related information from service publications,
records, shop controls and other materials and
communicating the findings to the proper source;
(g) retrieving and inputting applicable information using service
related computer software programs;
(h) inspecting, monitoring the performance of and operating
machinery and equipment;
(i) assembling, testing, igniting and adjusting oxyfuel cutting
and heating equipment and performing minor cutting and
heating repairs;
(j) assembling new motorcycles according to manufacturers'
specifications;
(k) performing pre-delivery inspections as per manufacturers'
specifications;
(l) inspecting, replacing and servicing wheels and components;
(m) inspecting, changing and servicing tires;
(n) inspecting, testing, repairing, replacing and adjusting
components of mechanical braking systems;
(o) inspecting, testing, repairing, replacing, rebuilding,
overhauling and adjusting components of hydraulic braking
systems;
(p) inspecting and testing 2- and 4-cycle engines and
components before and after using a variety of hand and
power tools and measuring and testing equipment;
(q) inspecting, testing and repairing components of the
following:
(i) liquid cooling systems;
(ii) air induction systems;
(iii) cooling, filter or screening systems;
(iv) engine lubrication systems;
(v) engine fuel systems;
(vi) electric starter circuits;
(r) inspecting, adjusting and replacing engine ignition
components;
(s) inspecting and replacing elements of engine exhaust systems;
(t) dismantling, repairing, replacing and reassembling damaged
or worn components of cylinder heads;
(u) dismantling, cleaning, inspecting, rebuilding and
reassembling various types of cylinder block assemblies;
(v) inspecting, testing and replacing storage batteries;
(w) testing, rebuilding, adjusting and replacing components of
electrical charging systems;
(x) testing, overhauling, adjusting and replacing components of
lighting, warning and safety electrical systems;
(y) inspecting, adjusting, repairing and replacing
(i) clutches and components,
(ii) kickstart systems and components, and
(iii) primary drives, including simplex, duplex, triplex, hyvo
chains and cush drives;
(z) inspecting, adjusting and replacing
(i) final drive components, including chains, belts, shaft
drives and universal joints, and
(ii) frames and suspension components, including forks,
swing arms, and shock absorber units;
(aa) installing, adjusting and testing sidecars and components;
(bb) installing, adjusting and testing accessories and components
that affect weight distribution and handling.
Classes of individuals
92 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of motorcycle mechanic:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Natural Gas Compression Technician
Restricted activities
93(1) In this section,
(a) "compression" means the act of decreasing the volume and
increasing the pressure of gas by mechanical means;
(b) "compressor" means a mechanical device used in the natural
gas industry that increases the pressure of gas;
(c) "natural gas compression" refers to the means and methods
used to facilitate the delivery of natural gas from the well
head to the end user via a series of specific separation,
treatment, injection, disposal and compression processes;
(d) "natural gas compression equipment" means any type of
fixed or stationary equipment used to gather, store and
transmit natural gas and includes the following:
(i) stationary and reciprocating internal combustion
engines;
(ii) motors;
(iii) compressors;
(iv) pumps;
(v) power generators;
(vi) mixers and agitators;
(vii) coolers, chillers and heat exchangers;
(viii) separator systems;
(ix) dehydration systems;
(x) air and gas dryers;
(xi) processing systems, including sweetening, treating and
fractionation;
(xii) artificial lift systems, including pump jacks and
submersible pumps;
(xiii) valves and valve controls;
(xiv) equipment protection and monitoring systems;
(xv) local panel controls;
(xvi) low voltage electrical control loops;
(xvii) electronic processor and control loops;
(xviii) instrumentation control loops;
(xix) gearboxes;
(xx) clutches;
(xxi) drive systems;
(xxii) turbines;
(e) "optimizing" means adjusting systems affecting the
performance and efficiency of natural gas compression
equipment;
(f) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the installation,
commissioning, maintenance and repair of natural gas
compression equipment.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of natural gas compression technician:
(a) reading and interpreting drawings, schematics, related
technical information and materials lists;
(b) performing the assembly, installation, inspection,
maintenance, repair and overhaul of natural gas compression
equipment, including the following:
(i) complete ignition analysis, fuel, air, exhaust and engine
management systems testing, fault diagnoses and repair;
(ii) complete reciprocating and rotating machinery analysis
to determine equipment condition, prediction of failure,
corrective and preventive measures and equipment
performance to design intent;
(iii) performing visual walk-around inspections to determine
the external conditions and obvious operational or
safety issues that need to be addressed;
(c) using a variety of electrical, mechanical and specialty
diagnostic test equipment to diagnose problems and adjust
engine systems;
(d) providing preventive and corrective field mechanical services
on gas compression, processing and production equipment on
site at client locations;
(e) troubleshooting and diagnosing mechanical and general
electronic control problems and all levels of compressor
system failure;
(f) repairing and rebuilding natural gas equipment;
(g) inspecting malfunctioning or damaged equipment to
determine the nature and scope of the problem using applied
failure analysis principles;
(h) performing combusted gas emissions measurement and
extrapolating findings to correction requirement;
(i) assessing technical reports to determine operation problems,
future design improvements and production improvements
and providing recommendations for improved service and
operation procedures;
(j) rigging and hoisting using correct lifting procedures;
(k) heating and cutting with oxyfuel equipment;
(l) tack welding with electric arc welding equipment;
(m) evaluating and optimizing the performance of natural gas
compression equipment in respect of how the equipment is
used and the conditions under which it operates;
(n) performing reliability analysis;
(o) performing risk assessments and applying learnings;
(p) identifying and developing maintenance strategies based on
reliability centred maintenance, condition-based
maintenance, and preventive maintenance concepts;
(q) adhering to regulations and standards related to natural gas
compression systems to ensure the safety of all workers, the
environment and equipment.
Classes of individuals
94 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of natural gas compression
technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Outdoor Power Equipment Technician -
Power Equipment Branch
Restricted activities
95(1) In this section,
(a) "marine equipment" means
(i) boats and trailers,
(ii) jet drives in boats and personal water craft,
(iii) outboard motors,
(iv) inboard-outboard engines, and
(v) stern drives;
(b) "power equipment" means equipment, other than marine
equipment or recreational equipment, that in the designated
trade of outdoor power equipment technician is commonly
known as outdoor power equipment or turf equipment and
includes the following:
(i) aerators;
(ii) air compressors;
(iii) chippers and shredders;
(iv) compaction equipment;
(v) generators;
(vi) lawn and garden tractors;
(vii) lift equipment;
(viii) pressure washers;
(ix) pumps;
(x) mowers;
(xi) chain saws;
(xii) seeders;
(xiii) sprayers;
(xiv) tillers;
(xv) trimmers;
(xvi) snow removal equipment;
(xvii) golf carts;
(xviii) utility vehicles specifically designed for use on or with
respect to turf;
(c) "recreational equipment" means vehicles, including trailers
designed for the transportation of the vehicles, that are not
defined as power equipment in this section and that in the
designated trade of outdoor power equipment technician are
commonly known as
(i) snowmobiles,
(ii) marine equipment, and
(iii) outdoor recreational multi-wheeled utility vehicles that
are not required to be registered under the Traffic Safety
Act unless they are operated on a highway, but not
including
(A) a motorcycle as defined in section 91, or
(B) any vehicle referred to in section 59(1)(a) or (b),
61(1)(a) or (b), 63(1)(a) or (b) or 65(1)(a) or (b);
(d) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the diagnosis and repair of power equipment.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
power equipment branch of the designated trade of outdoor power
equipment technician:
(a) diagnosing and repairing power equipment;
(b) selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining various hand and
power tools, shop equipment, measuring tools and testing
equipment;
(c) retrieving and inputting applicable information using various
media, including service-related computer software
programs;
(d) selecting, installing or removing fasteners, tubing, piping,
couplings, fittings, hoses, electrical wiring and connectors;
(e) selecting, installing, inspecting, adjusting and removing
bearings, bushings, seals, belts, sheaves, pulleys, chains and
sprockets;
(f) selecting proper fuels, lubricants, coolants, sealants,
adhesives, plastics and plastic metals for intended
application;
(g) inspecting, monitoring performance of and operating
machinery and equipment;
(h) assembling, testing, igniting and adjusting oxyfuel cutting
and heating equipment and performing minor cutting and
heating repairs;
(i) repairing, maintaining and inspecting the following:
(i) cutting systems and components;
(ii) trailer couplers and hitches on unlicensed, off-road
trailers, with respect to the following:
(A) coupling units;
(B) fasteners, plungers, sliding fifth wheel plungers
and control mechanisms and sliding racks;
(C) air release cylinder lines, hoses and fittings;
(D) fifth wheel saddles, bushings and pins, fifth wheel
mounting components and fifth wheel
compensators and components;
(E) king pins and upper coupler assemblies and
turntables;
(F) rubber bushed hitch eyes, safety chains, cables and
attachments, draw bars and attachments, pintle
hooks and ball hitches;
(iii) body units, with respect to structural integrity, including
the following:
(A) aluminum, steel and stainless steel components of
body units;
(B) doors, including door seals and rollers, tracks and
hardware;
(C) loose fasteners;
(j) with respect to internal combustion 2- and 4-cycle engines
that use gasoline, diesel or alternative fuels, and engine
auxiliary systems and accessories,
(i) inspecting and testing the following:
(A) engines and engine components and engine
systems in and out of chassis, before and after
service or repair;
(B) engine lubrication systems;
(C) engine liquid cooling systems;
(D) engine air cooling systems and air filtering or
screening systems;
(E) engine intake and exhaust systems;
(F) fuel systems;
(G) engine control systems,
(ii) diagnosing engine problems,
(iii) diagnosing malfunctions,
(iv) repairing or replacing components,
(v) analyzing parts for failure and determining the causes of
the failure, and
(vi) removing and installing engines;
(k) with respect to power trains, clutches, fluid drives,
transmissions, transfer drives, drive lines, differentials, final
drives and steering clutches and axles,
(i) inspecting, testing and adjusting the following:
(A) clutches;
(B) fluid drives, fluid couplings, torque converters,
hydraulic retarders and other connecting units;
(C) manual transmissions;
(D) variable speed transmissions, high-low speed units,
reverse units and hydrostatic transmissions and
their control systems;
(E) transfer drives;
(F) drive shafts, u-joints, belt, chain and gear drives,
mechanical winch drives, power take-offs and
other drive lines;
(G) front and rear differentials and axles;
(H) steering clutches;
(I) final drives,
(ii) diagnosing malfunctions and irregular operation and
performance,
(iii) removing and installing the following:
(A) complete components;
(B) complete transmissions;
(C) complete gear box drives;
(D) complete assemblies,
(iv) removing, inspecting, overhauling, repairing and
replacing the following:
(A) assemblies and their parts;
(B) transmission parts and components;
(C) transmission control systems and components,
and
(v) analyzing the failure of parts and determining the causes
of failures and the reusability of parts;
(l) with respect to electrical systems and circuits, batteries,
charging, starting, lighting and accessories systems, spark
ignition systems, electronic systems and circuits, electronic
monitoring systems and electronic control systems,
(i) inspecting, testing, adjusting and replacing the
following:
(A) storage batteries;
(B) components and circuits,
(ii) diagnosing performance,
(iii) isolating defects within the system or in another part of
the machine, and
(iv) analyzing failures and determining the causes of
failures;
(m) with respect to hydraulic and hydrostatic systems, open and
closed centre hydraulic systems, open and closed loop
hydrostatic systems and control systems,
(i) inspecting, testing and adjusting the following:
(A) open and closed centre main hydraulic working
systems;
(B) open and closed hydrostatic drive and propel
systems;
(C) hydraulic control systems,
(ii) diagnosing malfunctions,
(iii) removing and installing components as a unit,
(iv) testing, overhauling, repairing and replacing parts and
components, and
(v) analyzing the failure of parts and determining the causes
of failures and the reusability of parts;
(n) with respect to pneumatic systems and air supply and
generating systems,
(i) inspecting, testing and adjusting air systems,
(ii) diagnosing malfunctions,
(iii) removing and installing components as a unit,
(iv) testing, overhauling, repairing and replacing parts and
components, and
(v) analyzing the failure of parts and determining the causes
of failures and reusability of parts;
(o) with respect to steering, braking and suspension systems,
(i) inspecting, testing and adjusting the following:
(A) manual steering systems;
(B) manual braking systems and brake foundation
assemblies;
(C) hydraulic steering and braking systems;
(D) electrical braking systems;
(E) suspension systems,
(ii) diagnosing malfunctions,
(iii) removing and installing components as a unit,
(iv) removing, testing, overhauling, repairing, replacing and
installing parts and components, and
(v) analyzing the failure of parts and determining the causes
of failures and the reusability of parts;
(p) with respect to frames, chassis, supporting structures, wheels
and tracked undercarriages, cabs, heating systems, canopies
and protective structures,
(i) inspecting, measuring, removing and installing the
following:
(A) frames, chassis, supporting structures and
components of equipment and machinery;
(B) wheels, rims and tires;
(C) tracked undercarriages, components and parts;
(D) cabs, canopies and protective structures,
(ii) repairing and replacing the following:
(A) frames, chassis, supporting structures and
components of equipment and machinery;
(B) wheels, rims and tires;
(C) tracked undercarriages, components and parts,
(iii) adjusting and aligning frames, chassis, supporting
structures and components of equipment and machinery,
(iv) adjusting and aligning wheels where applicable and
tracked undercarriages, components and parts,
(v) adjusting, aligning and repairing assemblies,
(vi) inspecting and testing heating systems,
(vii) diagnosing and isolating problems and determining
causes, and
(viii) replacing components and making repairs;
(q) with respect to attachments, ground engaging and working
tools, booms, structural members, cables, hooks and slings,
(i) inspecting, adjusting, aligning, removing, installing,
repairing and replacing equipment attachments and
components,
(ii) inspecting and measuring booms, arms, masts and
structural members for signs of misalignment, cracking,
loose bolts, metal fatigue and overloading,
(iii) analyzing failures and determining causes and
correcting where applicable or recommending speciality
repair or welding, and
(iv) inspecting, removing, installing and replacing
equipment cables, hooks and slings;
(r) with respect to preventive maintenance, operational safety
and equipment economy,
(i) identifying and evaluating equipment failures and
malfunctions relating to machine maintenance,
(ii) identifying unsafe operating practices, and
(iii) communicating the following:
(A) advice on maintenance to be performed;
(B) maintenance safety precautions;
(C) correct procedures for equipment inspections,
operations, towing, loading, hauling, parking and
storage;
(D) the importance of the use of proper fuel, lubricants,
coolants, filters and similar items and providing
advice in respect of those matters.
Classes of individuals
96 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the power equipment branch of the designated trade of
outdoor power equipment technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade;
(b) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
branch of the designated trade but who, in the opinion of the
individual's employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in
performing the restricted activity expected of an individual
who holds a trade certificate in the branch of the designated
trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate in the branch of the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade if, during the time that
the individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Outdoor Power Equipment Technician -
Recreational Equipment Branch
Restricted activities
97(1) In this section,
(a) "marine equipment" means
(i) boats and trailers,
(ii) jet drives in boats and personal water craft,
(iii) outboard motors,
(iv) inboard-outboard engines, and
(v) stern drives;
(b) "power equipment" means equipment, other than marine
equipment or recreational equipment, that in the designated
trade of outdoor power equipment technician is commonly
known as outdoor power equipment or turf equipment and
includes the following:
(i) aerators;
(ii) air compressors;
(iii) chippers and shredders;
(iv) compaction equipment;
(v) generators;
(vi) lawn and garden tractors;
(vii) lift equipment;
(viii) pressure washers;
(ix) pumps;
(x) mowers;
(xi) chain saws;
(xii) seeders;
(xiii) sprayers;
(xiv) tillers;
(xv) trimmers;
(xvi) snow removal equipment;
(xvii) golf carts;
(xviii) utility vehicles specifically designed for use on or with
respect to turf;
(c) "recreational equipment" means vehicles, including trailers
designed for the transportation of the vehicles, that are not
defined as power equipment in this section and that in the
designated trade of outdoor power equipment technician are
commonly known as
(i) snowmobiles,
(ii) marine equipment, and
(iii) outdoor recreational multi-wheeled utility vehicles that
are not required to be registered under the Traffic Safety
Act unless they are operated on a highway, but not
including
(A) a motorcycle as defined in section 91, or
(B) any vehicle referred to in section 59(1)(a) or (b),
61(1)(a) or (b), 63(1)(a) or (b) or 65(1)(a) or (b);
(d) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the diagnosis and repair of recreational equipment.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
recreational equipment branch of the designated trade of outdoor
power equipment technician:
(a) diagnosing and repairing recreational equipment;
(b) selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining various hand and
power tools, shop equipment, measuring tools and testing
equipment;
(c) retrieving and inputting applicable information using various
media, including service-related computer software
programs;
(d) selecting, installing or removing fasteners, tubing, piping,
couplings, fittings, hoses, electrical wiring and connectors;
(e) selecting, installing, inspecting, adjusting and removing
bearings, bushings, seals, belts, sheaves, pulleys, chains and
sprockets;
(f) selecting proper fuels, lubricants, coolants, sealants,
adhesives, plastics and plastic metals for intended
application;
(g) inspecting, monitoring performance of and operating
machinery and equipment;
(h) assembling, testing, igniting and adjusting oxyfuel cutting
and heating equipment and performing minor cutting and
heating repairs;
(i) with respect to internal combustion 2- and 4-cycle engines
that use gasoline, diesel or alternative fuels, and engine
auxiliary systems and accessories,
(i) inspecting and testing the following:
(A) engines, engine components and engine systems in
and out of chassis, before and after service or
repair;
(B) engine lubrication systems;
(C) engine liquid cooling systems;
(D) engine air cooling systems and air filtering or
screening systems;
(E) engine intake and exhaust systems;
(F) fuel systems;
(G) engine control systems,
(ii) diagnosing engine problems,
(iii) diagnosing malfunctions,
(iv) repairing or replacing components,
(v) analyzing parts for failure and determining the causes of
the failure, and
(vi) removing and installing engines;
(j) with respect to power trains, clutches, fluid drives,
transmissions, transfer drives, drive lines, differentials, final
drives, axles, stern drives, lower units and inboard jet drive
motors,
(i) inspecting, testing and adjusting the following:
(A) clutches;
(B) fluid drives, fluid couplings, torque converters,
hydraulic retarders and other connecting units;
(C) manual transmissions;
(D) power shift transmissions, high-low speed units,
reverse units and automatic transmissions and their
control systems;
(E) transfer drives;
(F) drive shafts, u-joints, belt, chain and gear drives,
mechanical winch drives, power take-offs and
other drive lines;
(G) front and rear differentials and axles, stern drives,
lower units and inboard and jet drive motors,
(ii) diagnosing malfunctions and irregular operation and
performance,
(iii) removing and installing the following:
(A) complete components;
(B) complete transmissions;
(C) complete gear box drives;
(D) complete assemblies,
(iv) removing, inspecting, overhauling, repairing and
replacing the following:
(A) assemblies and their parts;
(B) transmission parts and components;
(C) transmission control systems and components,
and
(v) analyzing the failure of parts and determining the causes
of failures and the reusability of parts;
(k) with respect to electrical systems and circuits, batteries,
charging, starting, lighting and accessories systems, spark
ignition systems, electronic systems and circuits, electronic
monitoring systems and electronic control systems,
(i) inspecting, testing, adjusting and replacing the
following:
(A) storage batteries;
(B) components and circuits,
(ii) diagnosing performance,
(iii) isolating defects within the system or in another part of
the machine, and
(iv) analyzing failures and determining the causes of
failures;
(l) with respect to hydraulic and hydrostatic systems, open and
closed centre hydraulic systems, open and closed loop
hydrostatic systems and control systems,
(i) inspecting, testing and adjusting,
(ii) diagnosing malfunctions,
(iii) removing and installing components as a unit,
(iv) testing, overhauling, repairing and replacing parts and
components, and
(v) analyzing the failure of parts and determining the causes
of failures and the reusability of parts;
(m) with respect to pneumatic systems and air supply and
generating systems,
(i) inspecting, testing and adjusting air systems,
(ii) diagnosing malfunctions,
(iii) removing and installing components as a unit,
(iv) testing, overhauling, repairing and replacing parts and
components, and
(v) analyzing the failure of parts and determining the causes
of failures and reusability of parts;
(n) with respect to steering, braking and suspension systems,
inspecting, testing and adjusting the following:
(i) manual steering systems;
(ii) manual braking systems and brake foundation
assemblies;
(iii) hydraulic steering and braking systems;
(iv) electrical braking systems;
(v) suspension systems;
(o) with respect to frames, chassis, supporting structures and
components,
(i) inspecting, repairing and replacing wheels, rims and
tires,
(ii) adjusting and aligning frames, chassis, supporting
structures and components,
(iii) adjusting and aligning wheels where applicable,
(iv) adjusting, aligning and repairing assemblies,
(v) inspecting and testing heating systems,
(vi) diagnosing and isolating problems and determining
causes, and
(vii) replacing components and making repairs;
(p) with respect to attachments and working tools, structural
members, cables, hooks and slings,
(i) inspecting, adjusting, aligning, removing, installing,
repairing and replacing vehicle attachments and
components,
(ii) inspecting and measuring structural members for signs
of misalignment, cracking, loose bolts, metal fatigue
and overloading,
(iii) analyzing failures and determining causes and
correcting where applicable or recommending speciality
repair or welding, and
(iv) inspecting, removing, installing and replacing
equipment cables, hooks and slings;
(q) with respect to preventive maintenance, operational safety
and vehicle economy,
(i) identifying and evaluating component failures and
malfunctions relating to vehicles,
(ii) identifying unsafe operating practices, and
(iii) communicating the following:
(A) advice on maintenance to be performed;
(B) maintenance safety precautions;
(C) correct procedures for vehicle inspections,
operations, towing, loading, hauling, parking and
storage;
(D) the importance of the use of proper fuel, lubricants,
coolants, filters and similar items and providing
advice in respect of those matters.
Classes of individuals
98 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the recreational equipment branch of the designated
trade of outdoor power equipment technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade;
(b) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
branch of the designated trade but who, in the opinion of the
individual's employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in
performing the restricted activity expected of an individual
who holds a trade certificate in the branch of the designated
trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate in the branch of the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade if, during the time that
the individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Painter and Decorator
Restricted activities
99(1) In this section,
(a) "finishing materials" means any type of residential,
commercial and industrial finishing or coating materials and
includes the following:
(i) paints, stains, varnishes and other liquid finishes;
(ii) paper, natural and synthetic fibre wall coverings;
(iii) special finishes;
(iv) fire proof and fire retardant coatings;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the preparation
of surfaces to receive finishing materials and the application
of finishing materials.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of painter and decorator:
(a) using detailed drawings, blueprints and other specifications;
(b) taping and crack filling drywall surfaces;
(c) applying opaque and transparent liquid coatings by brush,
roller, spray or dipping to interior and exterior surfaces of
wood, metal, brick, concrete, plaster, stucco and stone;
(d) applying wall coverings consisting of paper and natural or
synthetic fibre to surfaces in buildings and other structures;
(e) removing existing coatings of paper, fabrics, paints and
varnishes to repair and prepare undersurfaces for refinishing;
(f) transposing super graphics;
(g) finishing surfaces using abrasive blasting or other mechanical
methods for decorative or protective purposes;
(h) diagnosing problems related to finishing materials;
(i) using, setting up and assembling rigging equipment,
including wire rope, block and tackle, hoisting equipment
and portable and suspension scaffolding;
(j) using and maintaining hand tools, power equipment and
precision-built machinery;
(k) handling hazardous materials;
(l) using new technology related to the restricted activities set
out in this section.
Classes of individuals
100 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a
restricted activity within the designated trade of painter and decorator:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Parts Technician - Materials Technician Branch
Restricted activities
101(1) In this section,
(a) "commodities" includes any product, substance or organism
pertaining to the following:
(i) consumer services or products;
(ii) agricultural services or products;
(iii) transportation services or products;
(iv) natural resource products;
(v) manufacturing products;
(vi) services or products for all levels of government;
(b) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the stock handling, inventory control, storing, securing,
identifying, cataloguing, ordering, shipping, transporting,
receiving, inspecting, pricing, purchasing, issuing, marketing
and selling of commodities.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
materials technician branch of the designated trade of parts technician:
(a) assessing customer requirements and providing the
commodities necessary for service, repair or replacement;
(b) using electronic and non-electronic location systems,
identification systems, communication systems and business
procedures for the purpose of managing inventory and
addressing customer needs;
(c) selling and distributing commodities;
(d) selecting, operating and basic maintenance of hand tools and
material handling equipment;
(e) wrapping, packaging, labelling and strapping commodities;
(f) planning, maintaining and updating display areas;
(g) operating and managing tool cribs.
Classes of individuals
102 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a
restricted activity within the materials technician branch of the
designated trade of parts technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade;
(b) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
branch of the designated trade but who, in the opinion of the
individual's employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in
performing the restricted activity expected of an individual
who holds a trade certificate in the branch of the designated
trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate in the branch of the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade if, during the time that
the individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Parts Technician - Parts Technician Branch
Restricted activities
103(1) In this section,
(a) "parts" means any part, assembly or accessory pertaining to
the following:
(i) automobiles and trucks;
(ii) aviation;
(iii) electronics;
(iv) heavy duty vehicles and equipment;
(v) agricultural equipment;
(vi) industrial equipment;
(vii) military equipment;
(viii) motorcycles;
(ix) outdoor power equipment;
(x) recreational vehicles and equipment;
(xi) marine equipment;
(xii) turf equipment;
(xiii) appliances;
(b) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the stock handling, inventory control, storing, securing,
identifying, cataloguing, ordering, shipping, transporting,
receiving, inspecting, pricing, purchasing, issuing, marketing
and selling of parts.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
parts technician branch of the designated trade of parts technician:
(a) assessing customer requirements and providing the parts
necessary for service, repair or replacement;
(b) using electronic and non-electronic location systems,
identification systems, communication systems and business
procedures for the purpose of managing inventory and
addressing customer needs;
(c) selling and distributing parts;
(d) selecting, operating and basic maintenance of hand tools and
material handling equipment;
(e) wrapping, packaging, labelling and strapping parts;
(f) planning, maintaining and updating display areas;
(g) operating and managing tool cribs.
Classes of individuals
104 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a
restricted activity within the parts technician branch of the designated
trade of parts technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the branch of the
designated trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
branch of the designated trade but who, in the opinion of the
individual's employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in
performing the restricted activity expected of an individual
who holds a trade certificate in the branch of the designated
trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate or an endorsement in the branch of the designated
trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade if, during the time that
the individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Plumber
Restricted activities
105(1) In this section,
(a) "plumbing" means any kind of residential, commercial,
institutional or industrial piping systems, including fixtures
and fittings, and includes the following:
(i) below ground storm and sanitary systems;
(ii) above ground storm and sanitary systems;
(iii) underground public water supply systems;
(iv) water distribution systems;
(v) fixtures, appliances and trim;
(vi) water supply systems;
(vii) hydronic systems;
(viii) irrigation systems;
(ix) compressed gas, medical gas, air and vacuum systems;
(x) water treatment devices;
(xi) fire protection systems other than commercial sprinkler
systems;
(xii) ornamental water systems;
(xiii) fuel gas systems and appliances;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the fabrication,
installation, alteration, maintenance and repair of plumbing.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of plumber:
(a) fabricating, installing, altering, maintaining and repairing
plumbing;
(b) determining location, size and material required from prints
and specifications;
(c) compiling material breakdown and takeoff;
(d) using tools and special equipment;
(e) applying codes to installation requirements;
(f) rigging equipment and piping components;
(g) designing, installing and maintaining hydronic systems;
(h) examining, installing, fabricating, testing, maintaining and
replacing
(i) water treatment equipment, piping and controls,
(ii) drain, waste and vent piping systems,
(iii) private and public water supply systems,
(iv) water distribution systems,
(v) plumbing fixtures, appliances and trim,
(vi) rain water leaders, and
(vii) supports and hangers;
(i) ensuring that all installations, fixtures, equipment and
hydronic and water treatment systems
(i) are properly sized, aligned, supported and graded,
(ii) meet the requirements of the appropriate codes and
permits,
(iii) meet the environmental protection requirements, and
(iv) meet the requirements as specified by the manufacturer
of the fixtures, equipment and systems;
(j) maintaining and servicing private sewage systems.
Classes of individuals
106 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a
restricted activity within the designated trade of plumber:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Power System Electrician
Restricted activities
107(1) In this section,
(a) "power system" means any type of public or private
electrical high voltage generation, transmission or
distribution system and includes the following:
(i) power system electrical equipment;
(ii) power system metering apparatus;
(iii) power system protection apparatus;
(iv) power system control apparatus;
(v) transportation control systems;
(vi) electrical transportation systems;
(vii) grounding and bonding systems;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the installation,
construction, maintenance, repair, monitoring and operation
of power systems.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of power system electrician:
(a) installing and constructing power systems;
(b) maintaining and repairing power systems;
(c) monitoring power systems;
(d) operating power systems;
(e) using tools, power tools, testing equipment, computers and
specialty tools required by the designated trade;
(f) installing, troubleshooting, maintaining and commissioning
public or private power system equipment and apparatus;
(g) interpreting and applying the provisions of the Safety Codes
Act and the regulations under that Act for the purposes of
carrying out the restricted activities set out in this section;
(h) interpreting electrical drawings and prints.
Classes of individuals
108 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a
restricted activity within the designated trade of power system
electrician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Powerline Technician
Restricted activities
109(1) In this section,
(a) "power line electrical transmission and distribution systems"
includes the following:
(i) overhead and underground transmission and distribution
systems;
(ii) poles;
(iii) towers;
(iv) transformers;
(v) switching equipment;
(vi) capacitors;
(vii) protective devices;
(viii) metering equipment;
(ix) voltage regulators;
(x) portable generation systems;
(xi) street lighting equipment;
(xii) light rail transit and trolley systems;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the installation,
construction, maintenance and repair of power line electrical
transmission and distribution systems.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of powerline technician:
(a) installing, constructing, maintaining and repairing power line
electrical transmission and distribution systems;
(b) using test equipment and specialty tools required by the
designated trade;
(c) operating vehicles and equipment related to the designated
trade;
(d) operating mobile lifting devices used in power line and
electric utility services to auger holes and to set utility poles
and place associated equipment;
(e) giving directions respecting and supervising the placement of
overhead and underground transmission and distribution
lines;
(f) inspecting, testing, disassembling, assembling, framing,
erecting and setting poles, anchors, towers and associated
equipment;
(g) loading and offloading equipment, materials and supplies in
overhead and underground systems;
(h) installing, sagging, deadending, connecting, splicing,
terminating, inspecting, testing, maintaining, repairing and
locating overhead and underground primary and secondary
conductors and cables;
(i) installing, testing and maintaining the following:
(i) transformers in overhead and underground systems;
(ii) voltage regulators in overhead and underground
systems;
(iii) capacitors and switching equipment;
(iv) isolating and protective devices on overhead and
underground systems;
(v) street lighting equipment;
(vi) traffic signal systems;
(vii) related metering equipment;
(viii) light rail transit and trolley systems;
(ix) precast vaults, pads, bases and duct work;
(j) performing live line maintenance techniques;
(k) operating, testing and re-fusing overhead and underground
isolating and protective devices;
(l) interpreting and applying regulations and standards related to
power line electrical transmission and distribution systems.
Classes of individuals
110 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a
restricted activity within the designated trade of powerline technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Recreation Vehicle Service Technician
Restricted activities
111(1) In this section,
(a) "recreation vehicle" means any type of live-in recreation
vehicle that is designed for travel, and includes the following:
(i) travel trailers;
(ii) truck campers;
(iii) fifth wheel trailers;
(iv) motor homes and conversions;
(v) fold down camping trailers;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means
(i) the diagnosis of problems relating to recreational
vehicles, and
(ii) the installation, service, maintenance, repair, removal,
replacement and modification of parts, components,
accessories, appliances and systems designed for
recreational vehicles,
but does not include the following:
(iii) the service, maintenance, repair or overhaul of the
engine or power train of a motor vehicle;
(iv) the installation, removal or replacement of parts and
components on the engine or power train of a motor
vehicle;
(v) the diagnosis of problems relating to the engine or
power train of a motor vehicle.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of recreation vehicle service technician:
(a) diagnosing problems relating to recreation vehicles;
(b) installing, servicing, maintaining, repairing, removing,
replacing and modifying parts, components, accessories,
appliances and systems designed for recreation vehicles;
(c) using hand tools, power tools, specialty tools and equipment
while working on recreation vehicles;
(d) using electrical, electronic and other measuring and testing
devices while working on recreation vehicles;
(e) installing, removing, modifying or repairing electrical wiring
and components in recreation vehicles;
(f) installing, removing, modifying or repairing hoses and piping
in recreation vehicles;
(g) diagnosing, installing, maintaining and servicing towing
systems in recreation vehicles;
(h) diagnosing, installing, maintaining and servicing chassis,
frames, suspension and mechanical components and systems
in recreation vehicles;
(i) repairing, modifying or replacing materials used in or in
relation to recreation vehicles;
(j) diagnosing, maintaining, modifying and installing gas and
liquid components and systems used in recreation vehicles.
Classes of individuals
112 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a
restricted activity within the designated trade of recreation vehicle
service technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic
Restricted activities
113(1) In this section,
(a) "refrigeration and air conditioning system" means any type of
primary or secondary refrigeration and air conditioning system,
other than the duct work and sheet metal items associated with
the system, and includes the following:
(i) piping;
(ii) compressor assemblies;
(iii) condenser and cooling tower assemblies;
(iv) evaporator assemblies and defrost systems;
(v) system controls and control valves;
(vi) air handling, distribution equipment and make up air
and exhaust systems;
(vii) heat recovery and indoor air quality systems;
(viii) circulating pump assemblies;
(ix) geo-thermal and heat pump systems;
(x) packaged and central air conditioning systems;
(xi) pre-fabricated walk in coolers, freezers and
environmental panels;
(xii) system accessories and ancillary components;
(xiii) monitoring and control and detection systems that are
part of or used in respect of refrigeration and air
conditioning systems;
(xiv) commercial and industrial refrigeration process
equipment and control systems;
(xv) specialized food service equipment;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the installation,
maintenance, service, alteration, repair and decommission of
refrigeration and air conditioning systems.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic:
(a) installing, maintaining and servicing refrigeration and air
conditioning systems;
(b) altering, repairing and decommissioning refrigeration and air
conditioning systems;
(c) removing refrigerants from refrigeration and air conditioning
systems;
(d) installing, removing, recycling, storing and disposing of
primary and secondary refrigerants;
(e) transporting, handling and using refrigerants and other
dangerous goods;
(f) using electrical and other measuring and testing devices in
relation to refrigeration and air conditioning systems;
(g) carrying out soldering, brazing, welding and various other
pipe joining techniques on or in relation to refrigeration and
air conditioning systems;
(h) maintaining and making electrical repairs to existing
equipment from the breaker or disconnect switch as follows:
(i) changing controls, contactors, motors and compressors;
(ii) repairing burnt or broken wires;
(iii) making minor upgrades of controls to existing
refrigeration and air conditioning systems;
(i) maintaining and repairing refrigeration and air conditioning
units, appliances and accessories designed for the utilization
of natural or propane gas as a fuel for heating or cooling that
do not exceed 400 000 BTU (117 kW) input;
(j) using tools specific to the designated trade, hand tools and
power tools while working on refrigeration and air
conditioning systems.
Classes of individuals
114 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of refrigeration and air conditioning
mechanic:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the Administrator
under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Roofer
Restricted activities
115(1) In this section,
(a) "roof" means any type of residential, commercial or
industrial roof that is built up or shingled or that is coated
with a plastic membrane, and includes the following:
(i) roof decks;
(ii) roof structures;
(iii) foundations;
(iv) control and expansion joints;
(v) copings and parapets;
(vi) eaves;
(vii) curbs;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the following:
(i) the preparation, application, service, insulation and
replacement of roofs;
(ii) the damp-proofing and waterproofing of roofs and
coolers;
(iii) the installation of roof tiles that are made of clay,
concrete, steel, fiberglass, cement fibre or similar
material;
(iv) the installation of rigid pre-formed sheet roofing
systems that are made of metal, vinyl or fiberglass.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of roofer:
(a) preparing, applying, servicing, insulating and replacing roofs;
(b) damp-proofing and waterproofing roofs and coolers;
(c) installing on roofs tiles that are made from clay, concrete,
steel, fibreglass, cement fibre or similar material;
(d) installing rigid pre-formed sheet roofing systems that are
made of metal, vinyl or fiberglass;
(e) removing existing roof;
(f) preparing and repairing roof deck surfaces;
(g) installing and repairing vapour barriers and insulation,
whether flat or tapered;
(h) applying conventional and invented built-up roofing systems
hot and cold process materials;
(i) installing single-ply sheet membrane roofing systems;
(j) applying shingles to new and existing buildings, including
asphalt, fibreglass, metal, wood, SBS modified, slate and
cement fibre shingles;
(k) diagnosing and repairing any problem relating to roofs;
(l) using all hand and power operated equipment used to carry
out the restricted activities set out in this section;
(m) working with roofing materials;
(n) preparing, servicing and applying waterproofing materials;
(o) interpreting blueprints and shop drawings;
(p) laying out and developing projects according to blueprints
and shop drawing specifications;
(q) calculating roofing materials and quantities of roofing
materials;
(r) storing and handling roofing materials and equipment.
Classes of individuals
116 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a
restricted activity within the designated trade of roofer:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the Administrator
under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Sheet Metal Worker
Restricted activities
117(1) In this section,
(a) "heating system" means a system for heating and circulating
air inside a building using a gas fired appliance;
(b) "sheet metal items" means the following:
(i) square or round duct lines and fittings;
(ii) sheet metal containers;
(iii) sheet metal roofs, roof flashings and accessories;
(iv) sheet metal lagging;
(v) all other custom fabricated objects constructed from
sheet metal;
(c) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the following:
(i) the lay out, preparation, fabrication, assembly and
installation of sheet metal items;
(ii) the fabrication, installation, service, maintenance and
upgrade of
(A) fume and dust exhaust systems for residential,
commercial and industrial sites,
(B) heating systems, ventilation systems and venting
systems for residential, commercial and industrial
sites,
(C) air conditioning systems of up to 5 tons total
capacity per system for residential sites, and
(D) equipment associated with the undertakings
referred to in paragraphs (A) to (C);
(d) "ventilation system" means a system for exchanging air
inside a building with fresh outside air and circulating air
within a building;
(e) "venting system" means a system for exhausting combustion
gases to the outside of a building and supplying air for
combustion by heating systems.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of sheet metal worker:
(a) laying out, preparing, fabricating, assembling and installing
sheet metal items;
(b) fabricating, installing, servicing, maintaining and upgrading
the following:
(i) fume and dust exhaust systems for residential,
commercial and industrial sites;
(ii) heating systems, ventilation systems and venting
systems for residential, commercial and industrial sites;
(iii) air conditioning systems of up to 5 tons total capacity
per system for residential sites;
(iv) equipment associated with fabricating, installing,
servicing, maintaining and upgrading any of the systems
listed in subclauses (i) to (iii);
(c) using sheet metal pattern development methods and
standards;
(d) using various types of sheet metal materials;
(e) assembling and installing equipment, materials and system
components on the job site;
(f) laying out, preparing, assembling and installing venting
systems and pre-fabricated components of venting systems;
(g) installing, maintaining and repairing the following:
(i) furnaces;
(ii) heat pumps;
(iii) unit heaters;
(iv) combination rooftop units;
(v) make-up air units;
(vi) heat recovery and indoor air quality systems;
(vii) heating systems;
(viii) ventilation systems;
(ix) air conditioning systems of up to 5 tons total capacity
per system;
(x) appliances;
(xi) accessories to any item listed in subclauses (i) to (x) and
equipment similar to any item listed in subclauses (i) to
(x) or used for sheet metal work;
(h) carrying out the following servicing on electrical components
of heating systems, ventilation systems and air conditioning
systems, along with the associated connection and
disconnection of de-energized electrical supply circuits of the
systems:
(i) servicing or changing controls, contactors and motors;
(ii) repairing burnt or broken wires;
(iii) making minor upgrades of controls to existing heating
systems, ventilation systems and air conditioning
systems;
(i) using sheet metal welding equipment in heat straightening,
cutting and joining metals;
(j) using sheet metal shop equipment, including rotary, bench
and floor machines;
(k) assembling, erecting, installing and removing material and
personnel handling devices, scaffolds, ropes and slings;
(l) using hand tools, power tools, transits, levels and explosive
actuated tools;
(m) using detailed drawings, blueprints and other specifications;
(n) estimating, job planning, preparing and scheduling;
(o) applying new innovative technological changes in the
designated trade, including materials and methods of
construction.
Classes of individuals
118 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a
restricted activity within the designated trade of sheet metal worker:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Sprinkler Systems Installer
Restricted activities
119(1) In this section,
(a) "sprinkler system" means any kind of residential, commercial
or industrial sprinkler system and includes the following:
(i) automatic fire suppression systems;
(ii) automatic detection suppression systems;
(iii) stand pipe and hose systems;
(iv) fire protection water supply systems, including
underground mains;
(v) fire pumps and controls;
(vi) fire extinguishers;
(vii) fire hydrants and related equipment;
(viii) fire stopping materials;
(ix) piping, controls and fittings that are part of or ancillary
to a sprinkler system;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the fabrication,
installation, alteration, adjustment, maintenance and repair of
sprinkler systems.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of the
designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated trade of
sprinkler systems installer:
(a) fabricating, installing, altering, adjusting, maintaining and
repairing sprinkler systems, including the following:
(i) wet sprinkler systems;
(ii) dry sprinkler systems;
(iii) preaction and deluge systems;
(iv) foam systems;
(v) CO2 and other gas extinguishing systems;
(vi) dry chemical systems;
(vii) exposure protection systems;
(b) determining location, size and material required from prints
and specifications;
(c) compiling material breakdown and takeoff;
(d) identifying and using tools and special equipment that are
used to carry out the restricted activities set out in this
section;
(e) erecting and using steel scaffolding, power-operated
scaffolding and swing stages;
(f) applying codes to installation, inspection and maintenance
requirements;
(g) rigging equipment and piping components;
(h) installing and maintaining appliances, controls, equipment,
piping and hangers;
(i) examining, inspecting and testing sprinkler systems.
Classes of individuals
120 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a
restricted activity within the designated trade of sprinkler systems
installer:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(d) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(f) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the Administrator
under section 13 of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(l) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(m) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Steamfitter-Pipefitter
Restricted activities
121(1) In this section,
(a) "piping system" means any type of commercial or industrial
piping system and includes the following:
(i) hot liquid systems;
(ii) high and low pressure steam systems;
(iii) boilers and controls for boilers;
(iv) control and indicating devices systems;
(v) heating and cooling systems;
(vi) heat exchanger systems;
(vii) process systems;
(viii) power plant systems;
(ix) compressed gas systems;
(x) vacuum, pneumatic and hydraulic systems;
(xi) fire protection systems other than sprinkler systems;
(xii) flue gas systems;
(xiii) water treatment systems;
(xiv) fuel systems;
(xv) medical gas systems;
(b) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the fabrication,
installation, alteration, maintenance and repair of piping
systems.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of steamfitter-pipefitter:
(a) fabricating, installing, altering, maintaining and repairing
piping systems;
(b) determining location, size and material required;
(c) producing fabrication and layout drawings from prints and
specifications;
(d) compiling material breakdown and takeoff;
(e) identifying and using tools and special equipment that are
used to carry out the restricted activities set out in this
section;
(f) applying codes to installation requirements;
(g) rigging, hoisting and lifting equipment and piping
components;
(h) installing, maintaining, servicing and troubleshooting boilers
and controls;
(i) installing, maintaining and servicing heat exchange
equipment and controls;
(j) cutting, preparing, aligning and assembling piping;
(k) installing, maintaining and servicing pumps, valves and
related equipment;
(l) installing, maintaining and servicing components in heating,
ventilation and air conditioning systems;
(m) fabricating and installing pipe supports, hangers and
equipment supports.
Classes of individuals
122 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a
restricted activity within the designated trade of steamfitter-pipefitter:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the designated
trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate or an endorsement in
the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the designated trade if, during the time that the individual
is registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the Administrator
under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Transport Refrigeration Technician
Restricted activities
123(1) In this section,
(a) "auxiliary power units" include mobile generator systems
and other alternative power supplies, the main purpose of
which is to support mobile refrigeration and heating
equipment;
(b) "mobile equipment" includes trucks, trailers and specialized
shipping containers with heating and air conditioning
systems;
(c) "mobile refrigeration and heating equipment" means any
type of primary or secondary refrigeration system used to
supply optimal environmental conditions for transportation of
goods by mobile equipment, including the following
components:
(i) piping;
(ii) compressor assemblies;
(iii) condenser assemblies;
(iv) evaporator assemblies;
(v) system controls and control valves;
(vi) air handling and distribution equipment;
(vii) humidifier assemblies;
(viii) air cleaner assemblies;
(ix) system accessories and ancillary components;
(x) equipment used to monitor and control refrigeration
systems and detect malfunctions in refrigeration
systems;
(xi) auxiliary heaters;
(xii) mechanical generating systems;
(xiii) electrical and hybrid power supply systems;
(xiv) diesel engines and related systems;
(d) "undertakings of the designated trade" means the installation,
maintenance, service, alteration and repair of mobile
refrigeration and heating equipment and auxiliary power
units.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the designated trade, are restricted activities within the designated
trade of transport refrigeration technician:
(a) installing, maintaining, servicing, altering and repairing
(i) mobile refrigeration and heating equipment, and
(ii) auxiliary power units;
(b) using hand tools, power tools and specialized tools and
equipment while working on mobile refrigeration and heating
equipment;
(c) using mechanical, electrical, electronic and other measuring
and testing devices in relation to mobile refrigeration and
heating equipment;
(d) carrying out soldering, brazing and welding on or in relation
to mobile refrigeration and heating equipment;
(e) maintaining and making electrical repairs to existing mobile
refrigeration and heating equipment and auxiliary power
units from the breaker or disconnect switch as follows:
(i) repairing burnt, broken or damaged wires and
connections;
(ii) making upgrades to controls of existing mobile
refrigeration and heating equipment;
(f) installing, maintaining and repairing natural gas and propane
gas auxiliary heating units as well as hybrid control systems;
(g) installing, maintaining and repairing engines and
compressors;
(h) installing, removing, recycling, storing and disposing of
primary and secondary refrigerants;
(i) transporting, handling and using refrigerants and other
dangerous goods related to mobile refrigeration and heating
systems.
Classes of individuals
124 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a restricted
activity within the designated trade of transport refrigeration technician:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
designated trade but who, in the opinion of the individual's
employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in performing
the restricted activity expected of an individual who holds a
trade certificate in the designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under the supervision of an
individual who holds a trade certificate in the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the designated trade if the application
is subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the designated trade
is carried out under the same conditions as those that apply to
an apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under section
12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on successful
completion, will result in a document recognized by order of
the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as being the
equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the
designated trade if, during the time that the individual is
registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
designated trade is carried out under a mentor and the same
supervision and ratio requirements as those that apply to an
apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education
and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the designated
trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the Administrator
under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the designated trade that is the same as a restricted activity
within another designated trade or branch of a designated
trade and for which the same training is provided in both the
designated trade and the other designated trade or branch of a
designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Water Well Driller - Earth
Loop Technician Branch
Restricted activities
125(1) In this section,
(a) "earth loop" means any part, assembly or accessory pertaining
to ground source heat exchange systems comprised of piping
that is placed into the earth in a series of closed loops and
transports fluid for the purpose of heating and cooling
residential homes or commercial buildings or both;
(b) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the designing, drilling, construction, installation, grouting,
servicing, reconditioning and decommissioning of earth
loops.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
earth loop technician branch of the designated trade of water well
driller:
(a) drilling bore fields and holes and constructing horizontal
trenches;
(b) designing, drilling, constructing and installing earth loops;
(c) grouting bore fields and holes;
(d) servicing, reconditioning and decommissioning of earth
loops;
(e) completing earth loop records and reports as required by the
Government of Alberta and the ground source heat exchange
industry;
(f) operating the tools of the designated trade;
(g) operating and maintaining equipment and drilling systems for
drilling earth loops;
(h) heating and cutting metal using the appropriate equipment;
(i) identifying and applying the standards and regulations
governing the ground source heat exchange industry;
(j) identifying and describing geological formations;
(k) monitoring and managing natural gas in the drilling and
completion of earth loop bore fields and holes;
(l) monitoring groundwater.
Classes of individuals
126 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a
restricted activity within the earth loop technician branch of the
designated trade of water well driller:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade;
(b) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
branch of the designated trade but who, in the opinion of the
individual's employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in
performing the restricted activity expected of an individual
who holds a trade certificate in the branch of the designated
trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate in the branch of the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade if, during the time that
the individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Water Well Driller - Water
Well Driller Branch
Restricted activities
127(1) In this section,
(a) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the following:
(i) the designing, drilling, construction, development,
servicing, disinfecting, sanitation, reconditioning and
decommissioning of water wells;
(ii) the repairing, servicing, installing and disinfecting of
water well pumps and systems;
(b) "water well" means a hole or shaft sunk into the earth by
means of a mobile rotary, boring or cable tool drilling rig to
provide access to a water source for residential, commercial
or industrial purposes or any combination of those purposes.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
water well driller branch of the designated trade of water well driller:
(a) designing, drilling, constructing, developing, servicing,
disinfecting, sanitizing, reconditioning and decommissioning
water wells;
(b) repairing, servicing, installing and disinfecting water well
pumps and systems;
(c) completing a bore hole into a finished productive water well;
(d) completing and grouting a bore hole;
(e) completing water well records and reports as required by the
Government of Alberta and the groundwater industry;
(f) operating the tools of the designated trade;
(g) operating and maintaining equipment and drilling systems for
drilling water wells;
(h) heating and cutting metal using the appropriate equipment;
(i) connecting and installing electrical connections to water
pumps;
(j) identifying and applying the standards and regulations
governing the groundwater industry;
(k) identifying and describing geological formations;
(l) exploring for groundwater;
(m) recognizing groundwater flow;
(n) interpreting chemical content of groundwater;
(o) monitoring and managing natural gas in the drilling and
completion of water wells;
(p) monitoring groundwater.
Classes of individuals
128 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a
restricted activity within the water well driller branch of the designated
trade of water well driller:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade;
(b) any individual who does not hold a trade certificate in the
branch of the designated trade but who, in the opinion of the
individual's employer, possesses the skills and knowledge in
performing the restricted activity expected of an individual
who holds a trade certificate in the branch of the designated
trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate in the branch of the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade if, during the time that
the individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Welder - Welder Branch
Restricted activities
129(1) In this section,
(a) "component" means any object that consists of ferrous or
non-ferrous metal and includes the following objects that are
made of or that consist of ferrous or non-ferrous metal:
(i) structures;
(ii) pipe;
(iii) vessels;
(iv) containers;
(b) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the fabrication, service, maintenance and repair of
components.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
welder branch of the designated trade of welder:
(a) fabricating components;
(b) servicing, maintaining and repairing components;
(c) setting up oxyfuel accessories using recommended
installation procedures;
(d) cutting, shaping and fitting steel using oxyfuel processes;
(e) cleaning and inspecting cut surfaces;
(f) fusion welding using manual oxyfuel processes;
(g) brazing and braze welding using oxyfuel processes;
(h) applying surfacing materials using oxyfuel processes;
(i) joining metals using soldering processes;
(j) setting up and welding using shielded metal arc, gas metal
arc, flux core arc, submerged arc and gas tungsten arc
welding processes;
(k) cutting and gouging using electric arc welding processes;
(l) welding and cutting using plasma arc processes;
(m) setting up equipment and welding using resistance welding
processes;
(n) identifying metals and performing preparation and assembly
tasks prior to welding;
(o) performing supplementary and disassembly procedures;
(p) using hand tools, power tools and shop equipment;
(q) using new innovative technological changes in the designated
trade with respect to
(i) materials or method of construction, and
(ii) the carrying out of the restricted activities set out in this
section.
Classes of individuals
130 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a
restricted activity within the welder branch of the designated trade of
welder:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the branch of the
designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade if the application is subsisting and, during
the time that the application is subsisting, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under the supervision of an individual who holds a trade
certificate or an endorsement in the branch of the designated
trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade if
the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the same
conditions as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade if, during the time that
the individual is registered in the program, the work of the
individual in the branch of the designated trade is carried out
under a mentor and the same supervision and ratio
requirements as those that apply to an apprentice with an
apprenticeship education agreement approved by the
Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and Industry
Training Programs Regulation in the branch of the
designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.
Welder - Wire Process Operator Branch
Restricted activities
131(1) In this section,
(a) "component" means any object that consists of ferrous or
non-ferrous metal and includes the following objects that are
made of or that consist of ferrous or non-ferrous metal:
(i) structures;
(ii) pipe;
(iii) vessels;
(iv) containers;
(b) "undertakings of the branch of the designated trade" means
the fabrication, service, maintenance and repair of
components using processes other than shielded metal arc
and gas tungsten arc processes.
(2) The following activities, when performed within undertakings of
the branch of the designated trade, are restricted activities within the
wire process operator branch of the designated trade of welder:
(a) fabricating components using processes other than shielded
metal arc and gas tungsten arc processes;
(b) servicing, maintaining and repairing components using
processes other than shielded metal arc and gas tungsten arc
processes;
(c) cutting steel using oxyfuel processes;
(d) cleaning and inspecting cut surfaces;
(e) setting up and welding using gas metal arc, flux core arc and
submerged arc welding processes;
(f) cutting and gouging using electric arc welding processes;
(g) welding and cutting using plasma arc processes;
(h) setting up equipment and welding using resistance welding
processes;
(i) identifying metals and performing preparation and assembly
tasks prior to welding;
(j) using new innovative technological changes in the designated
trade with respect to
(i) materials or method of construction, and
(ii) the carrying out of the restricted activities set out in this
section.
Classes of individuals
132 Only the following classes of individuals may perform a
restricted activity within the wire process operator branch of the
designated trade of welder:
(a) any individual who holds a trade certificate in the branch of
the designated trade or the welder branch of the designated
trade;
(b) any individual who holds an endorsement in the welder
branch of the designated trade;
(c) any apprentice with an apprenticeship education agreement
approved by the Registrar under the Apprenticeship
Education and Industry Training Programs Regulation in the
branch of the designated trade or the welder branch of the
designated trade;
(d) any individual who has filed an application for issuance of an
Alberta Journeyperson Certificate in the branch of the
designated trade or the welder branch of the designated trade
if the application is subsisting and, during the time that the
application is subsisting, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under the
supervision of an individual who holds a trade certificate in
the branch of the designated trade;
(e) any individual who has filed an application for approval by
the Registrar under the Apprenticeship Education and
Industry Training Programs Regulation of an apprenticeship
education agreement in the branch of the designated trade or
the welder branch of the designated trade if the application is
subsisting and, during the time that the application is
subsisting, the work of the individual in the branch of the
designated trade is carried out under the same conditions as
those that apply to an apprentice with an apprenticeship
education agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training Programs
Regulation in the branch of the designated trade;
(f) any individual who is registered in a student work training
program in the branch of the designated trade or the welder
branch of the designated trade;
(g) any individual who is registered in an education or training
program that is recognized by the Administrator under
section 12(d)(iii) of this Regulation as a program that, on
successful completion, will result in a document recognized
by order of the Board under section 14(2)(c) of the Act as
being the equivalent of an Alberta Journeyperson Certificate
in the branch of the designated trade or the welder branch of
the designated trade if, during the time that the individual is
registered in the program, the work of the individual in the
branch of the designated trade is carried out under a mentor
and the same supervision and ratio requirements as those that
apply to an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training Programs
Regulation in the branch of the designated trade;
(h) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with an authorization granted by the
Administrator under section 13 of this Regulation;
(i) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
accordance with section 14(2) or (3) of this Regulation;
(j) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of any property that the individual
(i) owns,
(ii) has possession of or control over, and
(iii) intends only for personal and not-for-profit use by the
individual;
(k) any individual who is performing the restricted activity in
respect of a farming and ranching operation, as described in
section 1.1(1) and (2) of the Occupational Health and Safety
Code (AR 191/2021), if the individual
(i) is not paid wages, as defined in the Employment
Standards Code, for the performance of farming or
ranching work, or
(ii) is paid wages, as defined in the Employment Standards
Code, for the performance of farming or ranching work
and, in respect of the farming and ranching operation, is
a person referred to in section 1(cc)(i)(B)(I), (II), (III) or
(IV) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act;
(l) any individual who is performing a restricted activity within
the branch of the designated trade that is the same as a
restricted activity within another designated trade or branch
of a designated trade and for which the same training is
provided in both the branch of the designated trade and the
other designated trade or branch of a designated trade if
(i) the individual holds a trade certificate or, if applicable,
an endorsement in the other designated trade or branch
of a designated trade, or
(ii) the individual
(A) is an apprentice with an apprenticeship education
agreement approved by the Registrar under the
Apprenticeship Education and Industry Training
Programs Regulation in the other designated trade
or branch of a designated trade, and
(B) has completed the training in respect of the
restricted activity.