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Health surveillance, emergency procedures, information and training


  • Employers must ensure that employees are provided with appropriate health surveillance, depending on the risks to their health and safety identified by risk assessment. (See Health surveillance)
  • Employers must establish, and where necessary give effect to, procedures for any worker to follow if situations presenting serious and imminent danger arise. (See Emergency procedures)
  • Employers must provide employees with comprehensible and relevant information on specific health and safety matters. (See Safety information)
  • Employers are required to provide adequate health and safety training. (See Safety training)