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Occupational Health and Safety Regulation 2001
Repealed version for 7 June 2011 to 31 December 2011 (accessed 21 October 2019 at 13:11)
144 Employer to provide information
(1) An employer must provide persons involved in the commissioning, installation, use and testing, and the de-commissioning, dismantling and disposal, of plant with all available information concerning health and safety about the plant.(2) An employer must ensure that all relevant information on emergency procedures relating to plant is displayed in a manner that can be readily observed by persons who may be exposed to risks arising from the operation of the plant.(3) An employer who contracts out the design of plant for use at work must ensure that the person who is engaged to design the plant is provided with all relevant information about matters relating to the plant that may affect health and safety.(4) An employer must ensure that persons involved in the commissioning, installation, use and testing, and the de-commissioning, dismantling and disposal, of an amusement device are provided with:(a) the log book for the amusement device in which details concerning erection, operation, maintenance and repair of the amusement device are recorded, and(b) the operating and maintenance manuals for the amusement device.(5) A reference in this clause to an employer extends to an owner of plant affecting public safety.Maximum penalty: Level 3.