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The Workplace Safety and Health Act is a legislation relating to the safety, health and welfare of persons at work in a workplace. Find out about the Act, what it covers and the responsibilities of the various stakeholders.
About the WSH Act, key features and what it covers.
Duties of stakeholders, including employers, occupiers, manufacturers or suppliers, employees, and self-employed.
Maximum penalties for failure to comply with the WSH Act.
Hazardous substances defined under the WSH Act.
List of machinery and equipment covered under the WSH Act.
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