Where a licence holder1 receives or obtains information which gives him reasonable grounds to believe that a worker2 is unsuitable for the position with a labour user3 for which the worker is being supplied4 or which does not give such reasonable grounds but otherwise indicates that the worker may be unsuitable for that position, the holder must without delay5 inform the labour user and any intermediaries of that information6 and end the supply of that worker to the labour user7.
Before any work is commenced, a licence holder must ensure that he has taken all such steps as are reasonably
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