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What is a safety interface agreement?

A safety interface agreement is an agreement about managing risks to safety identified and assessed under this Division that includes provisions for—

        (a)     the implementation and maintenance of measures to manage those risks; and

        (b)     the evaluation, testing and, if appropriate, revision of those measures; and

        (c)     the respective roles and responsibilities of each party to the agreement in relation to those measures; and

S. 34A(d) amended by No. 23/2013 s. 42(a).

        (d)     the procedures by which each party to the agreement will exchange information about and monitor compliance with the obligations under the agreement; and

S. 34A(e) amended by No. 23/2013 s. 42(b).

        (e)     a process for keeping the agreement under review and its revision.

S. 34B (Heading) amended by No. 23/2013 s. 43(1).

S. 34B inserted by No. 69/2007 s. 61 (as amended by No. 19/2010 s. 46).

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