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OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT 2004 - SECT 103

Report to be given about entry

    (1)     An inspector who enters a place under Division 3 must give a report concerning the entry when, or as soon as practicable after, the inspector leaves the place to—

        (a)     the occupier or apparent occupier for the time being of the place; and

        (b)     if members of a designated work group work at the workplace, a health and safety representative for the designated work group.

    (2)     The report must be in writing and include—

        (a)     the time of the entry and departure; and

        (b)     the purpose of the entry; and

        (c)     a description of things done while at the place; and

        (d)     a summary of the inspector's observations while at the place; and

        (e)     the procedure for contacting the Authority and the inspector for further details of the entry; and

        (f)     the procedure for seeking review of any decision made by the inspector during the entry.

    (3)     If the inspector takes photographs or makes sketches or recordings under section 99(f), the report must also include a statement that—

        (a)     the photographs have been taken or sketches or recordings have been made; and

        (b)     they are or will be available for inspection at a specified place.

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