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Employee Reporting of Hazards
"""What must I do if I spot a danger?

Any actual or possible health and safety risk should be reported right away to your supervisor. Waiting for an inspection team to arrive is not necessary. In reality, workers are required by health and safety laws to inform their supervisor of any concerns. Additionally, you can inform your union, health and safety committee, or representative of any threats to your health and safety. Workers are able to report dangerous situations or behaviors as soon as they become aware of them thanks to the rapid hazard reporting method. By using this method, dangers can be reported quickly and controlled without having to wait for the subsequent round of routine inspections. It is possible to report hazards verbally, electronically, or by filling out company-specific paperwork, which should be available at noticeboards or other obvious locations. If there is a formal procedure for reporting dangers, ask your supervisor, the health and safety committee, or a representative of that group. You can get more information from the government agency in charge of occupational health and safety in your area if your supervisor, health and safety committee or representative, and union fail to react to your danger report. However, it is advised to first try to address issues internally before calling a government agency. An illustration of a form for reporting hazards is shown below. Example of a Hazard Report Form Name: Location: Date: Equipment: An explanation of the risk: Corrective action that is advised: Signature: Remarks from the supervisor: Corrective steps were taken: Supervisor's signature: Date:"""
 

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