(2) Notices that set out the details of the emergency procedures must be posted in conspicuous places that are accessible to every employee in the work place.
Training and Instruction
94. Every employee must be trained and instructed in
(a) the procedures to be followed by an employee in the event of an emergency; and
(b) the location, use and operation of fire protection equipment and emergency equipment provided by the employer.
95. (1) A visual inspection of every vessel must be carried out by a qualified person at least once every six months and must include an inspection of all fire escapes, exits and stairways and fire protection equipment on board the vessel in order to ensure that they are in serviceable condition and ready for use at all times.
(2) A record of each inspection must be dated and signed by the person who carried out the inspection and kept by the employer on board the vessel for a period of two years after the day on which it is signed.
Violence Prevention in the Work Place
96. The employer must carry out its obligations under this Division in consultation with and with the participation of the policy committee or, if there is no policy committee, the work place committee or the health and safety representative.
Work Place Violence Prevention Policy
97. The employer must develop and post at a conspicuous place accessible to all employees a work place violence prevention policy setting out, among other things, the following obligations of the employer:
(a) to provide a safe, healthy and violence-free work place;
(b) to dedicate sufficient attention, resources and time to address factors that contribute to work place violence including, but not limited to, bullying, teasing, and abusive and other aggressive behaviour and to prevent and protect against it;
(c) to communicate to its employees information in its possession about factors contributing to work place violence; and
(d) to assist employees who have been exposed to work place violence.
Identification of Factors that Contribute to Work Place Violence
98. The employer must identify all factors that contribute to work place violence, by taking into account, at a minimum, the following:
(a) its experience in dealing with those factors and with work place violence;
(b) the experience of other employers in dealing with those factors and with violence in similar work places;
(c) the location and circumstances in which the work activities take place;
(d) the employees’ reports of work place violence or the risk of work place violence;
(e) its investigation of work place violence or the risk of work place violence; and
(f) the measures that are already in place to prevent and protect against work place violence.
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