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Mine Health and Safety Chart

HOR 59


R 228.14

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(Laminated 1 x A1 sheet)

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 84cm x 59cm x 0.1cm

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None in tube

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0.122 kg


  • Objects of act
  • Employer to insure safety
  • Chief executive officer charged with certain functions
  • Employer must appoint manager
  • Employer to maintain healthy and safe mine environment
  • Employer to ensure adequate supply of health and safety equipment
  • Employer to staff mine with due regard to health and safety
  • Employer must establish health and safety policy
  • Codes of practice
  • Employer to provide health and safety training
  • Employer to assess and respond to risk
  • Employer to conduct occupational hygiene measurements
  • Employer to establish system of medical surveillance
  • Record of hazardous work
  • Record of medical surveillance
  • Annual medical reports
  • Exit certificates
  • Cost of examination
  • Employees right to information
  • Employee may dispute finding of unfitness to perform work
  • Manufacturers and suppliers duty for health and safety
  • Employees duty for health and safety
  • Employees right to leave dangerous working place
  • Employees not to pay for safety measures
  • Heath and safety representatives and committees
  • Negotiations and consultations before appointment of Representatives
  • Designation of working places
  • Qualifications of Representatives
  • Election and appointment of Representatives
  • Rights and powers of Representatives
  • Duty to compensate and assist representatives
  • Duty to inform representative
  • Establishment of health and safety committees
  • Committee procedures
  • Rights and powers of health and safety committee
  • Duty to support committee
  • Disclosure of information chief inspector of mines
  • Inspectors powers
  • Inspector may be accompanied
  • Duty to assist inspector and answer questions
  • Duty to produce documents required by inspector
  • Inspectors power to deal with dangerous conditions
  • Inspectors power to order compliance
  • Inspectors powers to recommend fine
  • Principal inspector of mines may impose fine
  • Instructions to be posted at mine
  • Right to appeal inspectors decision
  • Initiating investigations
  • Chief inspector of mines may designate assistant in investigation
  • Duty to answer questions during investigation
  • Enhancing effectiveness of investigation
  • Reports on investigation
  • Initiating queries
  • Investigation may be converted to inquiry
  • Chief inspector of mines may designate assistant in enquiry
  • Inquiry to be public
  • Right to participate in inquiry
  • Powers of person presiding at inquiry
  • Duty of persons summoned or instructed
  • Inquiry records and reports
  • Chief inspector of mines may order further inquiry
  • Inquiry and inquest my be conducted jointly
  • Exemption from all or pat of this act
  • No discrimination against employees who exercise rights
  • Safety equipment not to be interfered with
  • Juvenile employment underground  prohibited
  • Negligent act or omission
  • Criminal liability
  • Breach of confidence
  • Hindering administration of this act
  • Falsifying documents
  • Failure to attend when summoned
  • Failure to comply with this act
  • Penalties
  • Magistrates court has jurisdiction to impose penalties

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