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|B.C. Reg. 129/2005
|Deposited March 18, 2005
effective March 31, 2005
2 For the purpose of section 40 (1) (a) [monetary penalties] of the Act, the following provisions of the Act are prescribed:
(a) section 63 (b) [general prohibitions — regulated work];
(b) section 63 (c) [general prohibitions — regulated product];
(c) section 68 [alteration of regulated products];
(d) section 69 (2) (a) [use or possession of a regulated product];
(e) section 70 (1) [disposal of regulated products — certification mark];
(f) section 70 (2) [disposal of regulated products — unsafe operation].
3 Before a safety manager imposes a monetary penalty on a person, the safety manager must consider the following:
(a) previous enforcement actions under the Act for contraventions of a similar nature by the person;
(b) the extent of the harm, or of the degree of risk of harm, to others as a result of the contravention;
(c) whether the contravention was deliberate;
(d) whether the contravention was repeated or continuous;
(e) the length of time during which the contravention continued;
(f) any economic benefit derived by the person from the contravention.
[Provisions of the Safety Standards Act, S.B.C. 2003, c. 39, relevant to the enactment of this regulation: section 89]
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