Responsibility for the safe operation of a company lies with management. However, management cannot oversee all work activities and monitoring duties itself, and so must rely on safety advisers to provide assistance with legal compliance. The obligation to appoint advisers depends on the type, size (e.g. handling and storage quantities) and environmental relevance of the plants being operated. As soon as it becomes known that a safety adviser is leaving a company or will be absent for a considerable period of time action must be taken. Experts in this area recommend that the situation be regularised no later ...
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