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Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992

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An important Act with serious responsibilities and high penalties.      Know the law.

We will give you full access to the relevant Act of Parliament together with a number of tips necessary for you to have a full understanding of the law in this field of law.

This Act requires employers to identify and manage risks that arise within the workplace.

It is a good idea for employers to contact OSH (which is a section of the Labour Department) for a checklist for complying with the Act and for ensuring that their workplaces are safe.

OSH provides training resources for employers on its website at :

 

.  .  .  OSH Website

 

The Department of Labour also has a helpful part in its Website.  Have a browse through the direct link below :

 

.  .  .  Dept. of Labour Website

 

We provide you with a direct link to the Health and Safety in Employment Act . . . .

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