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SR 1988 No 266 Regulations as amended, taking into account amendments up to SR 1998 No. 114
Administered by: Finance
Start Date 27 May 1998
End Date 30 Sep 2005

SUPERANNUATION BENEFIT (INTERIM ARRANGEMENT) (CONTINUOUS SERVICE) REGULATIONS



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Superannuation Benefit (Interim Arrangement) (Continuous Service) Regulations

Statutory Rules 1988 No. 266 as amended
made under the
Superannuation (Productivity Benefit) Act 1988
This compilation was prepared on 21 May 2004
taking into account amendments up to SR 1998 No. 114
Prepared by the Office of Legislative Drafting,
Attorney-General's Department, Canberra

SUPERANNUATION BENEFIT (INTERIM ARRANGEMENT) (CONTINUOUS SERVICE) REGULATIONS
- REG 1
Citation [see Note 1]

These Regulations may be cited as the Superannuation Benefit (Interim Arrangement) (Continuous Service) Regulations.

SUPERANNUATION BENEFIT (INTERIM ARRANGEMENT) (CONTINUOUS SERVICE) REGULATIONS
- REG 2
Classes of persons for determining qualifying service

For the purposes of paragraph 5 (2) (b) of the Superannuation (Productivity Benefit) Act 1988, each of the following classes of persons is prescribed:

(a)
persons employed on a relief basis by Aboriginal Hostels Limited (a company incorporated in the Australian Capital Territory) including persons employed:

(i)
to perform the functions of hostel managers and assistant hostel managers;
(ii)
as nurses; and
(iii)
to perform duties in relation to catering, cleaning and security;
(b)
persons employed in the Department of the Arts, Sport, the Environment, Tourism and Territories, in connection with the administration of the Australian Capital Territory, as:

(i)
Administrative Services Officers Class 1 (Assistants and Attendants) at community facilities; or
(ii)
Community Service Order Officers;
(c)
persons employed by the Australian Capital Territory Health Authority on a casual on-call basis;

(d)
persons employed by the A.C.T. Institute of Technical and Further Education other than on a full-time basis;

(e)
persons employed by the Australian Capital Territory Schools Authority on a relief basis as:

(i)
teachers; or
(ii)
school assistants to perform clerical functions;
(f)
persons employed in the Attorney-General's Department:


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(i)
as Casual Court Reporting Typists;
(ii)
as Casual Reporters; or
(iii)
on a part-time basis as attendants in a court or tribunal;
(g)
persons engaged by the Statistician under the Statistics Regulations to conduct interviews and perform other related functions to assist the Statistician in the collection of statistical information;

(h)
persons employed by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation on a part-time basis under:

(i)
the ABC General Order 12/D/1, Clause 14 of Journalists (ABC News) Award 1984; or
(ii)
the ABC General Order 12/D/1, Clause 14 of Musicians (ABC) Award 1985;
(i)
persons employed by the Australian Institute of Criminology on a temporary basis to provide research assistance to a particular employee or employees;

(j)
persons employed by the Australian Institute of Family Studies as specialist assistants;

(k)
persons employed by the Australian Maritime College on a temporary basis to perform academic or general functions;

(l)
persons employed by the Australian National Railways Commission on a full-time basis to carry out track maintenance or train operations or both;

(m)
persons employed in the Australian Taxation Office:

(i)
on a seasonal basis as Administrative Services Officers (Class 1) to perform general clerical functions or data entry functions or both; or
(ii)
on a relief basis as tea attendants;
(n)
persons employed by the Australian Telecommunications Commission as manual assistants;

(o)
persons employed on a part-time, temporary or fixed-term basis in connection with the performance of the functions and duties, and the excercise of the powers, of the Australian Trade Commission;

(p)
persons employed by the Canberra Institute of the Arts on a part-time, semester-by-semester basis as teachers;

(q)
persons employed in the Department of Finance on a relief basis as tea attendants;

(r)
persons employed in the Department of Immigration, Local Government and Ethnic Affairs on a relief basis as telephone interpreters for the Telephone Interpreter Service;

(s)
persons employed in the Department of the House of Representatives during Parliamentary sittings:

(i)
as Parliamentary Officers (Administrative Service Officers, Class 1 or 2) to perform keyboard work;
(ii)
as Parliamentary Security Attendants; or
(iii)
as casual keyboard staff;
(t)
persons employed in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet during Parliamentary sittings to perform clerical and keyboard work for Parliamentary Liaison Officers;

(u)
persons employed in the Department of the Senate:

(i)
on a full-time or relief basis, during Parliamentary sittings, as Parliamentary Security Attendants, Grade 1; or
(ii)
on a full-time basis, during Parliament sittings, to assist Parliamentary committees;
(v)
persons employed in the Department of Transport and Communications on a relief basis:


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(i)
as seagoing ships' crew; or
(ii)
as lighthouse keepers;
(w)
persons employed by the Health Insurance Commission on a regular relief basis;

(x)
persons employed in the High Court of Australia:

(i)
while the Court is in session, as Court Reporting Typists; or
(ii)
as casual attendants;
(y)
persons appointed as Associate Commissioners of the Productivity Commission on a temporary, part-time basis;

(z)
persons employed in the Joint House Department:

(i)
during Parliamentary sittings as catering assistants or catering tradespersons; or
(ii)
on a part-time basis as guides;
(za)
persons employed by the Law Reform Commission on a part-time, relief basis as word processors;

(zb)
persons employed by the Special Broadcasting Service as:

(i)
editors, subtitlers or translators;
(ii)
Journalists, Grade A, B or A1;
(iii)
Broadcasters, Class 1, 2 or 3;
(iv)
Operational Officers, Grade 1, 2, 3 or 4;
(v)
Technical Officers, Grade 1 or 2;
(vi)
Senior Technical Officers, Grade 1, 2 or 3; or
(vii)
Administrative Service Officers;
(zc)
persons employed in the Office of the Supervising Scientist for the Alligator Rivers Region on a temporary basis to undertake routine laboratory, field and administrative duties;

(zd)
persons employed in the Department of Defence on a casual basis as:

(i)
bar attendants; or
(ii)
butchers; or
(iii)
catering attendants; or
(iv)
cleaners employed under the Naval Defence Act 1910; or
(v)
cleaners, general duties; or
(vi)
cooks; or
(vii)
head cooks; or
(viii)
gardeners; or
(ix)
gardener's labourers; or
(x)
labourers; or
(xi)
assistant printers; or
(xii)
security officers; or
(xiii)
storemen; or
(xiv)
stores assistants.

SUPERANNUATION BENEFIT (INTERIM ARRANGEMENT) (CONTINUOUS SERVICE) REGULATIONS
Notes to the Superannuation Benefit (Interim Arrangement) (Continuous Service) Regulations

Note 1

The Superannuation Benefit (Interim Arrangement) (Continuous Service) Regulations (in force under the Superannuation (Productivity Benefit) Act 1988) as shown in this compilation comprise Statutory Rules 1988 No. 266 amended as indicated in the Tables below.

Table of Statutory Rules


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Year and
number
Date of notification
in Gazette
Date of
commencement
Application, saving or
transitional provisions
1988 No. 266
4 Nov 1988
4 Nov 1988

1989 No. 181
6 July 1989
6 July 1989

1990 No. 43
27 Feb 1990
27 Feb 1990

1998 No. 114
27 May 1998
27 May 1998
R. 2 [see Table A]

Table of Amendments

ad. = added or inserted am. = amended rep. = repealed rs. = repealed and substituted
Provision affected
How affected
R. 2
am. 1989 No. 181; 1990 No. 43; 1998 No. 114

Table A

Table A Application, saving or transitional provisions
Statutory Rules 1998 No. 114

4 Application of amendment

4.1 The amendment made by subregulation 3.2 has effect from the commencement of the Productivity Commission Act 1998.