The operator1 must ensure that a suitable and sufficient appraisal of all proposed or existing excavations2 or tips3 at the quarry4 is undertaken by a competent5 person in order to determine whether any such excavation or tip is a significant hazard6.
The operator must ensure that:
(1) any significant findings made during an appraisal, any conclusions reached7, and the reasons for those conclusions, are recorded by the competent person undertaking the appraisal8;
(2) the competent person signs and dates any such record9; and
(3) the record made in accordance with head (1) above is made available to each employer of
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