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Building and Construction Industry (Portable Long Service Leave) Act 1991 – 1 July 2014

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Building and Construction Industry (Portable Long Service Leave) Act 1991 – 1 July 2014

Building and Construction Industry (Portable Long Service Leave) Regulation 2013 – 1 July 2014

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The Building and Construction Industry (Portable Long Service Leave) Authority is established to keep a register of workers and employers in the building and construction industry. The authority is to record against each worker, their days of service in the building and construction industry.

  • Sections 6, 9, 37, 42, 50, 52

A person may apply to the Building and Construction Industry (Portable Long Service Leave) Authority to become registered as a worker in the building and construction industry. Where the person has a long service leave entitlement, they may apply to the authority for their long service leave or their long service leave payment.

  • Sections 38, 52, 56, 57

An employer in the building and construction industry must register with the Building and Construction Industry (Portable Long Service) Leave Authority. Once registered, the employer is required to give to the authority, certificates of service for their workers. They must also notify the authority of building and construction work proposed to be carried out and pay a levy.

  • Sections 43, 47, 67, 70, 72, 74, 75, Regulations 4, 5, 6, Schedule 1
Reason for law

To provide for an equitable and efficient system of portability of long service leave in the building and construction industry. (Long title to Act)

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Building and Construction Industry (Portable Long Service Leave) Authority

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