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Long Title

Part I PRELIMINARY

Part II ESTABLISMENT, INCORPORATION AND CONSTITUTION OF BOARD

Part III FUNCTIONS AND POWERS OF BOARD

Part IV PROVISIONS RELATING TO STAFF

Part V FINANCIAL PROVISIONS

Part VI TRANSFER OF PROPERTY, ASSETS, LIABILITIES AND EMPLOYEES

Part VII MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

FIRST SCHEDULE Constitution and Proceedings of Board

SECOND SCHEDULE Financial Provisions

Legislative History

Comparative Table

 
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Standards, Productivity and Innovation Board Act
(CHAPTER 303A)

(Original Enactment: Act 1 of 1996)
(1996 REVISED EDITION)

REVISED EDITION 2002
(31st December 2002)
An Act to establish and incorporate the Standards, Productivity and Innovation Board, to provide for its functions and powers and for matters connected therewith.
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[1st April 1996]
PART I
PRELIMINARY
Short title
1.  This Act may be cited as the Standards, Productivity and Innovation Board Act.
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Interpretation
2.  In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires —
“Board” means the Standards, Productivity and Innovation Board established under section 3;
“certification mark” means a certification mark of the Board referred to in section 7(2)(i);
“Chairman” means the Chairman of the Board and includes any temporary Chairman of the Board;
“chief executive” means the chief executive of the Board appointed under section 12 and includes any person acting in that capacity;
“industry” includes any trade, manufacturing or service industry and other related activities;
“inspector” means an inspector appointed under section 9;
“licence” means a licence granted or renewed by the Board for the use of a certification mark;
“mark” includes any device, brand, heading, label, ticket, pictorial representation, name, signature, word, letter or numeral or any combination thereof;
“process” means any practice, system, procedure or activity in any industry, and includes any process for —
(a)
the design, manufacture, construction, installation, operation or maintenance of products, instruments, plant or equipment; and
(b)
the design, administration or operation of any system of quality management or testing;
“product” means any commodity, article or substance, artificial or natural or partly artificial or natural, or whether tangible or intangible, or whether raw or partly or wholly processed or manufactured, and includes any service;
“quality control” means a process, carried out at any time, including inspection, tests, record keeping or otherwise, to ascertain whether or to ensure that a product satisfies any standard applicable to it;
“quality management” includes the setting of quality objectives and quality control, organisation, delineation of responsibilities, training, control of documentation and management of rejects and complaints to achieve those quality objectives;
“registering authority” means any authority competent under any written law to register a company, firm or other body of persons, or a trade mark or design;
“Singapore Standard” means a standard referred to in section 7(2)(h);
“standard” means a code, definition, classification, specification or description of a product or process, as far as possible, by reference to its procedure, safety requirement, mode of manufacture, nature, material, quality, strength, purity, composition, quantity, dimensions, weight, grade, durability, origin, age or other characteristics or any combination of the same;
“trade mark” has the same meaning as in the Trade Marks Act (Cap. 332).
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