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24. RESPONSIBILITIES OF DIFFERENT WORKPLACE PARTIES FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 112 Supervisors Supervisors are the employer’s representatives that closely direct and monitor the employees’ work and assign work to the employees. Activities: Obligation to oversee implementation Obligation to provide direct supervision and training of workers Evaluates physical and mental resources when assigning work Responsibility and duties: Responsible to orientate the worker to the work and working environment Responsible to ensure that the employee has received all personal protective equipment and that the PPE is in good condition Responsible that the employee has been trained in necessary safety regulations and has been encouraged to follow these regulations To be an example in following the safety regulations and to be sure the employees are following these regulations. To make sure that the working conditions, equipment, and tools are in safe working condition before and during performance of a work task To inform his superior about needed safety measures that are outside of his field of responsibility Planner Responsible that plans for work comply with safe working requirements so that work Planner here is the person who participates in planning of the working environment, workspaces, production and working methods, and tools. Activities: Takes the occupational safety standards and regulations and recommendations into consideration as needed when planning work Gets definition in applying directives from specialists or occupational safety authorities Responsibility and duties: Responsible to consider all applicable occupational safety norms in plans. Responsible that plans for work comply with safe working requirements so that work does not endanger the workers’ physical or mental health.


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