(1) For the purpose of exercising a power under this Act or the regulations, an inspector may seek the assistance of any person.
(2) If the power being exercised involves entry to a workplace, the person assisting must be allowed access to that workplace by—
(a) the occupier or apparent occupier for the time being of the workplace; or
(b) the employer who has the management and control of the workplace.
Penalty: 60 penalty units for a natural person;
300 penalty units for a body corporate.
(3) If an inspector uses the assistance of an interpreter—
(a) any enquiry or request made by the interpreter on the inspector's behalf is taken to have been made by the inspector; and
(b) any answer given to the interpreter is taken to have been given to the inspector.