An employer may not undertake certain fumigations1 unless he has:
(1) notified the specified persons2 of his intention to undertake the fumigation; and
(2) provided to those persons the specified information3,
at least 24 hours in advance, or such shorter time in advance as the persons required to be notified may agree4.
An employer who undertakes such a fumigation must ensure that, before the fumigant is released, suitable warning notices have been affixed at all points of reasonable access to the premises
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