If the risk assessment made under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 19991 indicates that the employer concerned, having adopted all appropriate techniques for collective protection, and measures, methods or procedures used in the organisation of work, cannot avoid or adequately reduce risks to employees2 except by the provision of appropriate safety signs3 to warn or instruct, or both, of the nature of those risks and the measures to be taken to protect against them, the following provisions apply4. The employer must5:
(1) in accordance with the prescribed requirements6, provide and maintain any appropriate safety sign7,
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