STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS, ETC. 53 1968 No. 1453 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING Made - - - 10th September 1968 Laid before Parliament 20th September 1968 Coming into Operation 23rd September 1968 The Secretary of State after approving proposals submitted by the Petroleum Industry Training Board for the imposition of a levy on employers in the petroleum industry and in exercise of her powers under section 4 of the Industrial Training Act 1964(a) and of all other powers enabling her in that behalf hereby makes the following Order :— Title and commencement 1. This Order may be cited as the Industrial Training Levy (Petroleum) Order 1968 and shall come into operation on 23rd September 1968. Interpretation 2.—(1) In this Order unless the context otherwise requires :— (a) "an appeal tribunal" means an industrial tribunal established under section 12 of the Industrial Training Act 1964; (b) "assessment" means an assessment of an employer to the levy; (c) "the Board" means the Petroleum Industry Training Board ; (d) "business" means any activities of industry or commerce; (e) "employer" means a person who is an employer in the petroleum industry at any time in the first levy period, but does not include a person in whose
Managerial Law – Emerald Publishing
Published: Oct 1, 1968
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