ENTERTAINMENT SPECIAL EFFECTS (GENERAL) REGULATION
L.N. 36 of 2001
Classification of discharge permits
(1) The Authority may classify discharge permits into Stream A and Stream B according to the types of entertainment programme as are specified in Schedule 1.
(2) The Authority may issue a discharge permit for a Stream A entertainment programme or a Stream B entertainment programme.
(3) The Authority may issue a discharge permit in respect of one act of discharge or a series of acts of discharge at a location specified in the permit.
(4) Notwithstanding section 4(4), a holder of any of the following licences-
(a) in respect of Stream A-
(i) Special Effects Operator Class I (Stream A);
(ii) Special Effects Operator Class II (Stream A);
(iii) Special Effects Operator (Stream A Short term); or
(b) in respect of Stream B-
(i) Special Effects Operator (Stream B);
(ii) Special Effects Operator (Stream B Short term),
may assist an operator-in-charge named in a discharge permit of the same stream and use any special effects materials not within the terms and conditions or the permitted scope of operation specified in his licence to the extent that the same are allowed to be used by the operator-in-charge within the terms and conditions of the discharge permit issued in respect of the occasion only if he is under the supervision of the operator-in-charge.