This does not mean that contracting entities must constantly look for risks, but they should at least inform contractors of precarious working practices or conditions. If there are several bondholders, it should be decided and documented who will be informed at the planning stage. The contractor may do so in the contract or the procuring entity may submit several communications per year. On forest land, the forest owner, the forestry company, the contractors working for the forestry company and the employer of the supervisor or foreman may be all persons who control that workplace. The fact that a number of persons have the same obligations under the law does not diminish the requirement for each person to fully comply with those obligations. Each person`s tasks will be different depending on the level of effective control of each person in the workplace. Before a health and safety official can issue a hazard statement, the representative must have attempted to discuss the hazard with the employer. If the employer refuses to discuss the matter or if the representative and the employer are unable to agree on how to resolve the health and safety issue, the representative may issue a hazard statement. Contractors must confirm that they have the relevant health and safety information of the person for whom they work, such as: the persons referred to in Section 15 include contractors or visitors to the workplace, the family of an employee, passers-by and all those who might be affected by the work. . .

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