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Schedule 1 Part I—Amendments; Part II sets out 1970 c.32 (NI) as amended by this Order

Article 28.

SCHEDULE 2 F1N.I.TRANSITIONAL EXEMPTION ORDERS FOR EDUCATIONAL ADMISSIONS

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F1certain functions transf. by SR 1999/481

1.  Any application for a transitional exemption order made by the responsible body in relation to an establishment falling within paragraph 1 or 5 of the table in Article 24 shall be made to the Department of Education and in relation to an establishment falling within paragraph 2 of that table shall be made to the Commission.N.I.

2.  An application under paragraph 1 shall specify the transitional period proposed by the responsible body to be provided for in the order, the stages by which within that period the body proposes to move to the position where Article 24( b) is complied with, and any other matters relevant to the terms and operation of the order applied for.N.I.

3.  The Department of Education on any application under paragraph 1 may make a transitional exemption order on such terms and conditions as it may think fit.N.I.

4.  The Commission on any application under paragraph 1 may if it thinks fit make a transitional exemption order, but shall not make such an order unless it is satisfied that the terms of the application are reasonable having regard to the nature of the premises at which the establishment is carried on, the accommodation, equipment and facilities available, and the financial resources of the responsible body.N.I.

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Schedule 3 rep. by 1998 c. 47

Article 56(4).

SCHEDULE 4N.I.STATUTORY PROVISIONS RELEVANT FOR PURPOSES OF ARTICLE 56

1.  The provisions of the Acts mentioned in the following table which are specified in the third column of the table:N.I.

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ChapterShort titleProvisions which are relevant statutory provisions
F2. . . F2. . . F2. . .
1906 c.14.The Alkali, & co. Works Regulation Act 1906.The whole Act.
1919 c.23The Anthrax Prevention Act 1919.The whole Act.
1920 c.65.The Employment of Women, Young Persons and Children Act 1920.The whole Act.
F2. . . F2. . . F2. . .
F3. . . F3. . . F3. . .
1936 c.22The Hours of Employment (Conventions) Act 1936.The whole Act.
1938 c.4.The Hydrogen Cyanide (Fumigation) Act (Northern Ireland) 1938.The whole Act.
1948 c.37.The Radioactive Substances Act 1948.Section 5(1)( a).
1954 c.5.The Agriculture (Poisonous Substances) Act (Northern Ireland) 1954F4.The whole Act.
1959 c.24.The Agriculture (Safety, Health and Welfare Provisions) Act (Northern Ireland) 1959.The whole Act.
1965 c.20.The Factories Act (Northern Ireland) 1965.The whole Act except section 135.
1966 c.26.The Office and Shop Premises Act (Northern Ireland) 1966.The whole Act.
1969 c.6.The Mines Act (Northern Ireland) 1969.The whole Act except section 129.
1970 c.10.The Explosives Act (Northern Ireland) 1970.Section 3.
[F3SI 1983/150 NI 4] [F3The Quarries (Northern Ireland) Order 1983.] [F3The whole Order except Article 11.]
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F31983 NI 4

F4SR 1981/94

2.  The provisions of any regulations, orders or other instruments of a legislative character made or having effect under any provision specified in that table.N.I.

F5[3.  The provisions of Part II of the Health and Safety at Work (Northern Ireland) Order 1978 [1978 NI 9] and of any health and safety regulations made under that Part.]N.I.

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F51978 NI 9

Article 81(1).

SCHEDULE 5N.I.TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS

Paras.1, 2 spent

3.  (1)  Until a date specified by order made by the Department of Health and Social Services the courses of training to be undergone by men as a condition of [F6 registration as midwives under the Nurses, Midwives and Health Visitors Act 1979] must be courses approved in writing by the Department of Health and Social Services for the purposes of this paragraph.N.I.

Sub‐paras. (2)(3) rep. by 1979 c. 36

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Paras.4, 5 spent

6.  (1)  Section 6 of the Equal Pay Act (Northern [1979 c.36] Ireland) 1970 (as amended by paragraph 3 of Schedule 1) shall apply as if the references to death or retirement in subsection (1A)( b) of that section included references to sums payable on marriage in pursuance of a contract of employment made before the making of this Order, or the commutation, at any time, of the right to such sums.N.I.

(2) In relation to service within section 1(9) of the said Act of 1970 (service of the Crown) for the reference in this paragraph to a contract of employment made before the making of this Order there shall be substituted a reference to terms of service entered into before the making of this Order.

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Schedule 6—Amendments

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Schedule 7—Repeals

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