. . . A health and safety committee must meet: a at least once every 3 months; and b at any reasonable time at the request of at least half of the members of the committee. . .
. . . Note: In some jurisdictions, an inspector may attend coronial inquests and examine witnesses. . .
General duties of persons in control of place of work, etc. . . Looking at the data since 1974 a little more closely, the total number of self-reported work-related illness, most notably musculoskeletal disorders, have also reduced. General Duties of Other Persons 16. Duty to notify of notifiable incidents. .
Usually, employees should be provided with their own personal equipment. . An employer is obliged to report any accident that results in an employee missing 3 consecutive days at work not including the day of the accident to the Health and Safety Authority. . . Withdrawal of an infringement notice. .
. . . If certain risks are present, including risks that cannot be recognised or avoided by the young person due to factors like lack of experience, the young person should not be employed. What are the penalties for breaches of health and safety legislation? Reporting the accident will help to safeguard social welfare and other rights that may arise as a result of an occupational accident. .
It is also an offence if you are made to fear immediate assault. . . An employer is usually entitled to assume that the employee can withstand the normal pressures of the job unless he knows of some particular problem or vulnerability. Worker to notify if ceases work. . .
Where the right may be exercised. . Power to seize evidence etc. The State Government may make rules prescribing the maximum weights which may be lifted, carried or moved by adult men, adult women, adolescents and children employed in factories or in any class or description of factories or in carrying on any specified process. It assesses compensation quickly but doesn't award costs for or against either party. Places used for residential purposes. .
. . It must be seen that a factory is kept clean and it is free from effluvia arising from any drain, privy or other nuisance. . . Formal irregularities or defects in notice. Interaction with Commonwealth criminal law.