Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993 (Act No. 85 of 1993)
13. Duty to inform
Without derogating from any specific duty imposed on an employer by this Act, every employer shall—
|(a)||as far as is reasonably practicable, cause every employee to be made conversant with the hazards to his health and safety attached to any work which he has to perform, any article or substance which he has to produce, process, use, handle, store or transport and any plant or machinery which he is required or permitted to use, as well as with the precautionary measures which should be taken and observed with respect to those hazards;|
|(b)||inform the health & safety representatives concerned beforehand of inspections, investigations or formal inquiries of which he has been notified by an inspector, and of any application for exemption made by him in terms of section 40; and|
|(c)||inform a health and safety representative as soon as reasonably practicable of the occurrence of an incident in the workplace or section of the workplace for which such representative has been designated.|
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