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#102701 - 09/14/06 12:23 PM responsibilities of an EC
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I am tiring to find in either the safety regulations or safety act where it states the responsibility of Contractor to report Hazards.
This is for British Columbia.

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#102702 - 09/14/06 03:34 PM Re: responsibilities of an EC
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The BC Safety Standards Act, Part 10, Division 2, Rule 73(2), requires that you do not condone or acquiesces a code violation. Under some circumstances this might require reporting a hazard.

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