Hairdressers Registration Repeal Bill 1997


Bill No.16

SynopsisThe purpose of this Bill is to repeal the Hairdressers Registration Act 1946 and to remove unnecessary regulation and financial burden on the hairdressing sector of small business. It also abolishes the Hairdressers Registration Board and establishes a hairdressing industry account at Treasury. The need to register hairdressers is considered to be no longer necessary as a number of broader legislative instruments (such as legislation relating to occupational health and safety, public health and fair trading) already regulate the operation of hairdressing salons. Residual funds, generated from past annual registration fees paid by hairdressers, will be placed in the account and returned to the industry through the provision of training and support for the industry.

StatusLegislative Council Committee of the Whole 05/27/1998
This Act comes into operation on a day fixed by Proclamation

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Progress

Legislative Assembly DateNote No.Related Documents
Introduced 03/27/1997  
First Reading 03/27/1997  
Second Reading 04/08/1997  
Second Reading Speech   
Second Reading Agreed 06/19/1997  
Third Reading 06/19/1997  


Legislative Council DateNote No.Related Documents
First Reading 06/24/1997  
Second Reading 06/24/1997  
Second Reading Speech   
Second Reading Agreed 09/16/1997  
Committee of the whole 05/27/1998  


Notes
1. The Bill was defeated on Clause 1.
2. Report deemed tabled 23/12/97