With reference to the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999:
- Outline The Information That An Employer Must Provide To His Employees.
- Identify four classes of persons, other than his own employees, to whom an employer must provide health and safety information.
The information on health and safety matters that an employer must provide to his employees under the requirements of regulation 10 of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999. This includes Information on:
- The risks identified by risk assessment (and those notified to him by other employers sharing the same workplace);
- The preventive and protective measures that are in place;
- The organization’s emergency arrangements;
- Identity of competent persons nominated to implement the emergency procedures.
Classes of persons who could have been identified include:
- Other employers’ employees and self-employed workers working on the premises;
- The employer of those other employees and any employer sharing the same workplace;
- Temporary staff;
- Parents of child employees or those on work experience;
- Any employment business supplying the employer with temporary staff or contract labour.
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