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01 April 2005
01 April 2005
—(1) In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires —
“approved person” means a person registered for inspection of hoists and lifts under the Factories Act (Cap. 104);
“Certificate of Lift Maintenance and Testing” means the Certificate of Lift Maintenance and Testing set out in the First Schedule;
“home lift” means a lift, not being common property, installed in a private home solely for the use of its occupants;
“lift” means any permanent equipment installed in or attached to a building or structure worked by any power other than hand by which persons or goods are raised or lowered within a car or cage, or on a platform, in a substantially vertical direction and the movement of which is restricted by a guide or guides, and includes the supporting structure, machinery, equipment, gear and enclosures used in connection with the lift;
“lift contractor” means a contractor registered with the Building and Construction Authority to carry out installation and maintenance of lifts and of at least L2 or such other financial grade as the Commissioner may determine;
“SS CP 2:2000” means the Singapore Standard Code of Practice for the Installation, Operation and Maintenance of Electric Passenger and Goods Lifts and includes any subsequent amendment thereto.
(2) For the avoidance of doubt, a supplier of any lift, or an agent of such supplier, who has, under a contract for the sale or installation of a lift, retained the ownership of the lift pending any payment of the cost thereof or the giving of any other consideration shall not, for the purposes of these Regulations, be deemed to be an owner of the lift.
(3) For the purposes of these Regulations, any document or fee that is required by these Regulations to be lodged with the Commissioner shall be regarded as lodged only when it is actually received by the Commissioner.
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