Unit A

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Define section 2 of HSWA
S2(1) General Duties of Employer, S2(2) Specified Duties of Employer, S2(3) H&S Policy
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Define 3 specified duties as set out in section 2(2) of HSWA
Provision & Maintenance of a Safe Workplace, Information Instruction Training Supervision, Safe Systems of Work
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Define section 3 of HSWA
Duties to persons other than Employees
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Define section 4 of HSWA
Duties of persons concerned with premises
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Define section 6 of HSWA
Designers, Manufacturers, Importers & Suppliers
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Define section 6(4) & 6(5) of HSWA
Substances
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Define section 7 of HSWA
Employees Duties
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Define section 8 of HSWA
Interference & Misuse
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Define section 9 of HSWA
No cost to Employees
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Define 4 requirements of Employers under the Management of H&S at Work Regulations 1999
Suitable & Sufficient Risk Assessment, Health Surveillance where appropriate, Apply the Principles of Prevention & Have access to competent H&S Assistance
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Define Regulation 21 of the Management of H&S at Work Regulations 1999
An Employer cannot escape liability for the commission of an offence by pleading that his Employee or Competent Person appointed by him is responsible
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Define Section 36 of HSWA
Offences Due to Fault of Other Persons & Application of Section 36 to the Crown
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Define Section 36 of HSWA where it states Offences due to fault of other persons
Where the commission by a company of any offence is due to the act of a safety professional, the safety professional shall be guilty of the offence.
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Define Section 36 of HSWA where it states Application of Section 36 to the Crown
Section 48 of HSWA states that sections 21-25 (Notices) & 33-42 (Offences & Prosecutions) do not apply to the crown
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Define Section 37 of HSWA
Offences by Body Corporate
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Define Section 37 of HSWA where it states Offences by Body Corporate
Senior Members of Management may be individually liable for breaches of the Law. A successful prosecution would require the prosecution to prove consent, connivance or neglect of the individual director etc.
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Define the meaning Consent, Connivance & Neglect
Consent (Agreement), Connivance (Indirect Agreement, Turning a Blind Eye), Neglect (Not doing what should have been done)
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Define 3 specified duties as set out in section 2(2) of HSWA

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Provision & Maintenance of a Safe Workplace, Information Instruction Training Supervision, Safe Systems of Work

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Define section 3 of HSWA

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Card 4

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Define section 4 of HSWA

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Card 5

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Define section 6 of HSWA

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