If the risk assessment1 indicates that employees2 could be exposed to artificial optical radiation3 which could cause adverse health effects to the eyes or skin of employees, the employer must provide its employees and representatives with suitable and sufficient information and training relating to the outcome of the risk assessment, and this must include the following:
(1) the technical and organisational measures taken in order to comply with the requirements of eliminating or reducing risks4;
(2) the exposure limit values5;
(3) the significant findings of the risk assessment, including any measurements taken, with an explanation of those findings;
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