If the risk assessment1 indicates that there is a risk of adverse health effects to the skin of employees2 as a result of exposure to artificial optical radiation3, the employer must ensure that such employees are placed under suitable health surveillance4.
Health surveillance5 must be carried out by a doctor or occupational health professional and the risk assessment must be made available to that doctor or occupational health professional6.
The employer must ensure that a health record of each of its employees who undergoes health surveillance7 is
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