Controlling Authority definition

Controlling Authority means the Minister administering the Tasmanian State Service Act 1984.
Controlling Authority means the Commissioner of Police.
Controlling Authority means an authority appointed by the appropriate Government under section 3;

Examples of Controlling Authority in a sentence

  • Where Alectra determines it is appropriate, Alectra will install padlocks approved by Alectra on all high voltage Devices located in the Substation, which do not already have padlocks installed, for which Alectra is designated as the Controlling Authority in Schedule 2.1.1 (A) to this Agreement.

  • To ensure continual safety of a Substation, control of isolating devices must be assigned to a specific Controlling Authority and this assignment must never change unless the changes are intended to be of a permanent nature.

More Definitions of Controlling Authority

Controlling Authority means the local authority in control of the Service as defined in the Fire Brigade Services Act, 1987;
Controlling Authority means either a chief fire officer, a municipal manager or their respective delegates as contemplated in sections 2 and 3 of this By-law;
Controlling Authority means the Minister for Public Sector Management.
Controlling Authority means the Controlling Authority appointed under sub-section (1) of section 3;
Controlling Authority means the Governing Council in relation to all the Academic Staff.
Controlling Authority means the Chairman of the Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority established under the provisions of the Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority Act 1987.