S-2.1 - Act respecting occupational health and safety

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18. After the situation has been examined, the intervention of an inspector may be required by
(1)  the worker, if he maintains his refusal to perform the work;
(2)  the safety representative or the person replacing him if he believes that the performance of the work exposes the worker to danger to his health, safety or physical well-being or exposes another person to similar danger; or
(3)  the employer or his agent, if he believes that the performance of the work does not expose the worker to danger to his health, safety or physical well-being or does not expose another person to such danger, or that the corrective measures taken have dissipated the danger.
1979, c. 63, s. 18.