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The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016

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Changing rooms and lockers

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4.—(1) Suitable and sufficient changing rooms shall be provided or made available at readily accessible places if a worker—

(a)has to wear special clothing for the purposes of construction work; and

(b)cannot, for reasons of health or propriety, be expected to change elsewhere.

(2) Where necessary, for reasons of propriety, there shall be separate changing rooms for, or separate use of rooms by, men and women.

(3) Changing rooms shall—

(a)be provided with seating; and

(b)include, where necessary, facilities to enable a person to dry any special clothing and any personal clothing or effects.

(4) Suitable and sufficient facilities shall, where necessary, be provided or made available at readily accessible places to enable persons to lock away—

(a)any special clothing which is not taken home;

(b)their own clothing which is not worn during working hours; and

(c)their personal effects.

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