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Explain the dangers associated with not following these safe practices.
Safe handling, use and storage of hazardous substances in the workplace with ... These regulations apply to activities involving the use of Hazardous Substances. ... The amendments give a new focus on good practice and help employers ... [ to minimise the risks; ensure that the introduction of control measures does not ]
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