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24. RESPONSIBILITIES OF DIFFERENT WORKPLACE PARTIES FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 110 Supplier The supplier should know hazards and risk factors concerning the work. He should be able to identify dangers and risks that could be caused to other parties and he should inform about them. The supplier is responsible for: the orientation of employees to the work the competence of employees machinery and work equipment, personal protective equipment to meet the requirements statutory initial and periodic inspections of equipment, machines and devices proper use of equipment, machines and devices the handling, storage and marking of dangerous substances following the safety instructions at the shared workplace The supplier should hand over the information received from the client to his employees and suppliers. Top management The definition for top management here is the director of the unit and line managers and supervisors that are directly responsible to the director. Activities: Approving of occupational safety plan Approving of action plans Implementation of general occupational safety assignment General monitoring (action plans) Securing the means to accomplish the plans Responsibility and duties: Responsible to secure the means to accomplish occupational safety policy according to laws and regulations Responsible to pay attention and to reserve financial and human resource for occupational safety and environmental protection when managing the unit To ensure that personnel under him are aware of laws and regulations concerning occupational safety and health and environmental protection and that they have necessary means to act according to the description of their duties


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