Select Committee on Delegated Powers and Regulatory Reform Eighteenth Report


RAILWAYS AND TRANSPORT SAFETY BILL

Table of Delegated Powers
1. Powers to make Statutory Instruments
ClauseType of SI Parliamentary procedure
Part 1 - Investigation of Railway Accidents
1(2) (Meaning of "railway" and "railway property") RegulationsAffirmative resolution - clause 13(3)
2(2) (Meaning of "railway accident" and "railway incident") RegulationsNegative resolution - clause 13(4)
6(1) (Annual report) RegulationsNegative resolution - clause 13(4)
9(1) and (4) (Investigation regulations) RegulationsNegative resolution - clause 13(4)
11(1) (Accident regulations) Regulations Negative resolution - clause 13(4)
Part 3 - British Transport Police
21(4) (Chief Constable) RegulationsNegative resolution - clause 73(5)
22(5) (Deputy Chief Constable) Regulations Negative resolution - clause 73(5)
23(5) (Assistant Chief Constable) RegulationsNegative resolution - clause 73(5)
33(1) (Compulsory police services agreement) OrderNegative resolution - clause 73(5)
39(5) (Regulations approval - staff associations) OrderNegative resolution - clause 73(5)
41(1) (Police regulations by Secretary of State) RegulationsNegative resolution - clause 73(5)
42(1) (Regulations: further appeal) RegulationsNegative resolution - clause 73(5)
43(1) (Equipment regulations) Regulations under s53 Police Act 1996 Not subject to Parliamentary control (Police Act 1996)
44(1) (Regulation of procedure and practice) Regulations under s53A Police Act 1996 First set affirmative resolution - s53A(9) Police Act 1996; subsequent regulations negative resolution - s53A(10) Police Act 1996
48(1) (Service outside Police Force) RegulationsNegative resolution - clause 73(5)
72(2) (Consequential, transitional and incidental provision) OrderIn most circumstances, affirmative resolution - clause 73(3)(a) and (b), otherwise negative resolution - clause 73(5)
Schedule 4, paragraph 1(2) OrderMust be laid before Parliament - clause 73(4)
Schedule 4, paragraph 24(2) OrderAffirmative resolution - clause 73(3)(c)
Part 4 - Shipping: Alcohol and Drugs
79(4) (Non-professionals) RegulationsAffirmative resolution - clause 87(4)
80(2) (Prescribed limit) RegulationsAffirmative resolution - clause 87(4)
82(2) (Specimens, &c.) RegulationsAffirmative resolution - clause 87(4)
83(3)(c) (Marine Official) OrderNegative resolution - clause 87(5)
Part 5 - Aviation: Alcohol and Drugs
92(4) (Prescribed limit) RegulationsAffirmative resolution - clause 98(2)
93(8) (Aviation functions) RegulationsAffirmative resolution - clause 98(2)
95(2) (Specimens, &c.) RegulationsAffirmative resolution - clause 98(2)
Part 6 - Miscellaneous
102(1) and Schedule 6 (Convention on International Carriage by Rail) RegulationsAffirmative resolution - clause 102(5)
104(1) (Railways safety levy) RegulationsNegative resolution - section 82(3) Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
105 (Listing approved railway security providers) RegulationsNegative resolution - proposed section 121A(6)(e) Railways Act 1993
107 (Seat Belts: delivery drivers) RegulationsAffirmative resolution - section 195(4) Road Traffic Act 1988
109(1) (Shipping legislation: application to structures, craft, &c.) OrderNegative resolution - clause 109(7)
110 (Listing approved marine security providers) RegulationsNegative resolution - proposed section 36A(6)(e) Aviation and Maritime Security Act 1990
Part 7 - General
117(1) (Commencement)
OrderNot subject to Parliamentary procedure
2. Other powers
ClauseType of instrument Parliamentary procedure
Part 1 - Rail Accidents
10(1) (Requirement to investigate) DirectionNot subject to Parliamentary procedure
Part 2 - British Transport Police
28(1) (Terms of Employment) Rules or principles Not subject to Parliamentary procedure
35(1), (2) (Police regulations: general) RegulationsNot subject to Parliamentary procedure
36(1) (Police regulations: special constables) RegulationsNot subject to Parliamentary procedure
37(1) (Police regulations: cadets) RegulationsNot subject to Parliamentary procedure
38(1) (British Transport Police Federation) RegulationsNot subject to Parliamentary procedure
40 (Police regulations: direction to Authority) DirectionNot subject to Parliamentary procedure
46(1) (Code of practice: Authority) Code of PracticeCode or revision must be laid before Parliament
47(1) (Code of practice: Chief Constable) Code of PracticeCode or revision to be laid before Parliament except in specified circumstances
50(1) (Policing objectives: Secretary of State) DirectionNot subject to Parliamentary procedure
52(1) (Performance targets) DirectionNot subject to Parliamentary procedure
53(1) (Performance directions) DirectionNot subject to Parliamentary procedure
55(5)(b) (Reports by Chief Constable) DirectionNot subject to Parliamentary procedure
57(1), (2) (Other reports to Secretary of State) DirectionNot subject to Parliamentary procedure
60(6) (Inquiry: supplemental) DirectionNot subject to Parliamentary procedure
61(4) (Public consultation) GuidanceNot subject to Parliamentary procedure
62(4) (Inspection) DirectionNot subject to Parliamentary procedure
64(1) (Remedial direction) DirectionDirection and report must be laid before Parliament
65(1) and (9) (Action plan) DirectionDirection and report must be laid before Parliament




 
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