Carry out safety and health duties and keep proper records as per OSHA requirements.
(a) Carry out regular occupational safety and health audits to identify risks to safety and health.
(b) Assess the need for preventive measures to safeguard the safety and health of employees and any other person not in the employment of the employer.
(c) Advise the employer on practicable measures and appropriate techniques to be implemented to minimise any risk in any process in the undertaking of the employer.
(d) Design and implement appropriate training programmes to meet the requirements of OSHA and any other enactment dealing with occupational safety and health, and keep proper records thereof.
(e) Keep proper records as per OSHA requirements.
(f) Recommend to the employer appropriate occupational safety and health programmes, where the circumstances so justify.
(g) Develop effective communication systems on occupational safety and health between the employer and any employee.
(h) Inspect all places of work under at least once every month and record the findings in the register provided by the employer.
(i) Exercise adequate supervision to ensure the effective implementation of arrangements made, and preventive measures taken, by the employer; and
(j) enquire into –
(i) all complaints made by an employee;
(ii) occupational accidents and dangerous occurrences at any place of work and make a report thereon,
and recommend in writing any safety and health measures to be implemented by the employer.