The mine operator1 must ensure that no work is carried out at the mine unless a document (the 'health and safety document') has been prepared2 which:
(1) demonstrates that the risks to which persons at the mine are exposed have been assessed3 in accordance with the relevant provisions4;
(2) demonstrates that adequate measures, including measures concerning the design, use and maintenance, including (where appropriate) testing, of the mine and of its equipment, have been and will continue to be taken to safeguard the health and safety of persons at the
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