(a) establish and maintain a Register of Construction Workers;
(b) examine, assess and verify the qualifications of applicants for registration or renewal of registration;
(c) receive and examine applications for registration or renewal of registration, and accept or reject those applications;
(d) collect from applicants for registration or renewal of registration, or for replacement registration cards, the prescribed fees in relation to the application and hand over to the Council the fees so collected;
(e) maintain a database of information relating to registered construction workers;
(f) collect the copy of record furnished to the Registrar under section 58(7)(b) and if directed to do so by the Council, either generally or in a particular case, provide to a public body the information contained in those records; and
(g) perform such other functions as are imposed on the Registrar under this Ordinance or any other enactment.
(2) The Council shall not direct the Registrar to provide to a public body any of the information referred to in subsection (1)(f) unless the information is¡X
(a) to be used in relation to the enforcement of any law; or
(b) in the form of a summary that is so framed as not to enable particulars relating to any particular registered construction worker to be ascertained from it.
(3) The Registrar may do all such things as are necessary for, or incidental or conducive to, the performance of the Registrar's functions and may exercise such powers as are conferred on the Registrar under this Ordinance or any other enactment.