Where a duty is placed by the Control of Artificial Optical Radiation at Work Regulations 20101 on an employer in respect of its employees2, the employer must, so far as is reasonably practicable3, be under a like duty in respect of any other person at work4 who may be affected by the work carried out by the employer except that the duties of the employer: (1) under the provision on information and training5, do not extend to persons who are not its employees, unless those persons are present in the workplace where the work is being carried out; and
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