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The function of the ____ is to establish rules of safety, relating only to pressure integrity, governing the construction of boilers, pressure vessels, transport tanks, and nuclear components, and in-service inspection for pressure integrity of nuclear components and transport tanks, and to interpret these rules when questions arise regarding their intent.
Describe a typical CRN for a high pressure separator constructed in Newfoundland and registered for all Canadian provinces.
To obtain a CRN what are the minimum requirements. Select all that apply (3/5)
How long is a CRN approved for?
Six administrative documents that must be completed and filed with jurisdictional authorities in Canada for pressure equipment include: Select all that apply (6/7)
____ are created in Canada, because every province and territory has local governments referred to as municipalities. These municipalities are empowered to perform such governmental functions as the provincial and territorial legislation allows.
Subordinate legislation may be in the following forms: Select all that apply (3/5)
____ the act enables to be enacted by a body subordinate to the legislative body is referred to as subordinate legislation.
____ can be described as an act. The legislative body as a whole enacts primary legislation. For example, The Boiler and Pressure Vessels Act is the primary legislation which the legislative assembly has enacted.
Subordinate and primary legislation are the two principal types of ____ that are of concern to power engineers.
The two types of legislation that are of concern to power engineers are: Select all that apply (2/5)
____ or common law is created in the courts.
____ is the law derived from legislation.
Case precedent law or common law is created in the ____.
Statute law is the law derived from ____.
The two primary sources of ____ include courts and legislation.
The two primary sources of law include: Select all that apply (2/5)
While using the standard of care, the person’s omissions or acts are considered and compared against this mythical reasonable person who always acts ____.
While using ____, the person’s omissions or acts are considered and compared against this mythical reasonable person who always acts carefully and prudently.
____ is often referred to as the reasonable man principle as it is a definable standard of care or performance with another individual.
Standard of care can also be referred to as the ____ man principle.
Standard of care can be defined as ____.
The two types of ____ delegated by the governments are discretionary or mandatory in nature.
Powers that are mandatorily delegated are referred to as ____ imposed on the statutory delegate.
The two types of powers delegated by the governments are ____.
____ can also be referred to as executive functions.
____ (executive functions), are functions that involve the enforcement or application of the legislation (Audits).
____ that are delegated involve powers that are given to the courts by the federal, provincial and territorial governments.
____ that are delegated involve the power to enact subordinate legislation.
Which of the following three types of functions may governments delegate: Select all that apply (3/5)
Statutory delegates can use their ____ in the use of the delegated powers when duties are imposed on them by discretionary delegated powers.
____ have duties imposed on them by mandatory delegated powers.
Statutory delegates can use their discretion in the use of the delegated powers when duties are imposed on them by ____.
Statutory delegates have duties imposed on them by ____.
The difference between discretionary and mandatory powers can be explained as ____.
Statutory delegate can be defined as any entity that has ____.
____ can be described as actions taken by government bodies or corporations that exceed the scope of power given to them by laws or corporate charters.
Ultra vires can be defined as ____.
Examples of quasi-criminal laws that involve penal consequences with imprisonment and/or fine include: Select all that apply (4/5)
____ involves law relating to fines and/or imprisonment (penal consequences)
____ is concerned with the duties and rights in one’s connection with the state.
Civil law is commonly referred to as private law. It refers to the remedies and right in connection with: Select all that apply (3/5)
Civil law is commonly referred to as ____.
Constitutional law takes into consideration the power of the following: Select all that apply (3/5)
Administrative law can be defined as:
Quasi-criminal law can be defined as:
Criminal, Quasi-criminal, or Regulatory law can be defined as:
Civil law can be defined as:
Constitutional law can be defined as:
The four primary types of law that are of interest to power engineers include: Select all that apply (4/5)