38. Health and safety duties
Without limiting the generality of an Employer's duty under section 37, every Employer has a duty, as far as is reasonably practicable, to —
(a) ensure adequate systems are in place that minimize risks to health concerning fire hazards and the use, handling, storage and transport of dangerous articles and substances;
(b) provide information, instruction, training and supervision to Employees, in English or, if necessary, another language understood by the Employees, to ensure their health and safety at work;
(c) inform each Employee in writing at the time of recruitment of the dangers, if any, connected with the employment and of the protective measures the Employee shall take;
(d) provide and maintain adequate and safe access to, and from, the workplace; and
(e) provide any other facilities or meet any other requirements as prescribed in any rules made by the Board.