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- S.I. No. 19/1995 - Maternity Protection (Health and Safety Leave Certification) Regulations, 1995.
- Introduction to the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 – special guide
By law it is required for employers, as well as people who are self-employed and people who are in control of a premises, to report specified incidents in the workplace. These can include a wide range of things such as dangerous occurrences when a serious accident was luckily avoided all the way to work related deaths. As an employer, it is a legal requirement to report all incidents, no matter how big or small, as well as ill health at work.
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Please only call our number if someone is at serious risk of harm or has been seriously injured, become seriously ill, or died as a result of work. For other notifications please complete our online forms at Notify WorkSafe. This quick reference guide summarises the key components of HSWA including the roles and responsibilities of PCBUs, officers, workers and others in managing workplace health and safety risks. It gives examples to explain certain concepts and directs readers to where they can find guidance on how to meet regulatory requirements. As this guide will be updated regularly, please check the WorkSafe website for the latest version.
Also known as the 'Management Regs', these came into effect in The main provisions here apply to display screen equipment DSE 'users', defined as workers who 'habitually' use a computer as a significant part of their normal work. This includes people who are regular users of DSE equipment, or rely on it as part of their job. The Manual Handling Operations Regulations The Regulations cover the right to annual leave and to have rest breaks, and they limit the length of the working week.
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S.I. No. 19/1995 - Maternity Protection (Health and Safety Leave Certification) Regulations, 1995.
These Regulations may be cited as the Maternity Protection Health and Safety Leave Certification Regulations, and shall come into operation on the 30th day of January, The Certificate which an employee is entitled to receive, on request of her employer, under section 18 2 of the Maternity Protection Act, shall be in the form set out in the Schedule to these Regulations "the Scheduled form" or in a form substantially to the like effect which contains—. Maternity Protection Act, Please complete either a — workplace risk or b nightwork risk. List risk s Name of medical registered practitioner As a result of the risk s identified above and, arising from Regulations on Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Pregnant Employees, etc.
Changes authorised by subpart 2 of Part 2 of the Legislation Act have been made in this official reprint. These regulations are administered by the Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment. Pursuant to section 21 of the Health and Safety in Employment Act , Her Excellency the Governor-General, acting by and with the advice and consent of the Executive Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Labour, hereby makes the following regulations. New Zealand Legislation. Home Advanced search Browse About this site.
Introduction to the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 – special guide
In summary, the Health and Safety at Work Act outlines the legal duties that employers have to protect the health, safety and welfare at work of all of their employees. This also extends to other people visiting the workplace premises such as temporary workers, casual workers, self-employed workers, clients, visitors and the general public. The Act provides the framework that allows the government to issue health and safety-related regulations, guidance to employers, and Approved Codes of Practice. These all set out in more detail the specific responsibilities pertaining to employers in different areas concerning health and safety, for example, working with hazardous chemicals, or working with display screens. The HSE also enforces the penalties which can be given should employers not meet their responsibilities.
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