A recent query on arranging health surveillance dealt with by the British Safety Council’s Information Service.
A) Under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, employers must appoint one or more ‘competent’ persons to help them meet their health and safety duties, including – where appropriate – the provision of health surveillance for employees. These experts can be appointed from the workforce, externally, or from a combination of both.
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