A worker1 has the right not to be subjected to any detriment by an act, or a deliberate failure to act, by the worker's employer2, done on the ground that: (1) any action was taken, or was proposed to be taken, with a view to enforcing3 in favour of the worker a requirement to which these provisions apply; (2) the employer was prosecuted for an offence of failing to comply with the employer's duties4 as a result of action taken for the purpose of enforcing in favour of the worker a requirement to which these provisions apply; or (3)
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