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  General Regulations AR 150/99

 

PART 8 - GENERAL

 

Use of stamps and seals issued to members

54(1) A stamp or seal issued to a professional member or licensee must at all times remain under that personís direct control and must be applied by the professional member or licensee or by a person acting under the professional memberís or licenseeís immediate and direct control to all final plans, specifications, reports or documents of a professional nature

(a) that were prepared by the professional member or licensee or under the professional memberís or licenseeís supervision and control, or (b) that were prepared by another person in circumstances where the professional member or licensee has thoroughly reviewed them and accepted professional responsibility for them.

(2) No person shall permit a stamp or seal to be physically located in a manner that would allow its use by a person other than the professional member or licensee to whom it was issued.

(3) When a stamp or seal is applied, the professional member or licensee to whom it was issued shall ensure that the stamp or seal is accompanied with that personís signature and the date on which the stamp or seal is applied.

(4) A stamp or seal may be applied to the cover page or final page of reports or documents in a manner that clearly indicates acceptance of professional responsibility for the reports or documents, without being applied to each page.

(5) A professional member or licensee shall not acquire a stamp or seal from any source other than the Registrar.

(6) A professional member or licensee shall only use a stamp or seal while that person is registered pursuant to this Regulation.

(7) Stamps and seals are the property of the Association and a person in possession of a stamp or seal shall surrender it to the Association on demand.

(8) A professional member or licensee may, with the approval of the Registrar, apply a computer generated facsimile of the stamp or seal if that person otherwise meets the requirements of the Act and this Regulation.

   
Association publications

55 The Association shall issue on a regular basis as directed by the Council the publications known as The Annual Report and The PEGG for the general information of members on the affairs of the Association and the professions generally.

 

   
Publications on professional services 56 The Association may publish, on an annual basis or as directed by the Council, for the information of members and the public, conditions of engagement and surveys of professional fees for particular types of professional engineering, geological and geophysical services.
   
Publications on professional services 57 The Association may publish a guide to the selection of professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists for consulting services to assist clients in the selection of professionally and legally qualified consultants and consulting firms.
   
Publications on professional services 58 The Association may publish guides that define for clients the scope of professional services to be expected from a consulting engineer, geologist or geophysicist.
   
Publications on professional services 59 The Association may issue, on an annual basis or as directed by the Council, publications for the purpose of promoting high standards of professional services and adequate remuneration for those services, and the maintenance and improvement of the competency of members.
   
Membership register 60 The Association may publish from time to time as directed by the Council, a register, in a format directed by the Council, of professional members, licensees, permit holders, joint firms and restricted practitioners.
   
Service of notices

61(1) If notice is required to be given to a person under the Act, this Regulation or the by-laws, the notice is sufficiently given if it is served personally or sent by prepaid mail to the person at the latest address provided to the Registrar by the person.

(2) If notice is served by mail in accordance with subsection (1), unless the contrary is proved, the service is presumed to be effected

(a) 7 days from the date of mailing if the document is mailed to an address in Alberta, or

(b) 14 days from the date of mailing if the document is mailed to an address outside Alberta.

   
Enforcement Review Committee

62(1) There is hereby established an Enforcement Review Committee consisting of not fewer than 9 professional members appointed by the Council, one of whom must be a member of the Council.

(2) The Council shall designate one member of the Committee as the chair.

(3) A member of the Committee may be appointed for a term of not more than 3 years and may be reappointed.

(4) A quorum of the Committee is the chair and 3 of its members.

(5) The chair may designate a member of the Committee as vice-chair, and the vice-chair may exercise all the powers of the chair in the absence of the chair.

(6) The Council may delegate to the Committee matters respecting the enforcement of compliance with Part 1 of the Act and this Regulation, subject to the directions of the Council.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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