7Discrimination against contract workers
(1)This section applies to any work for a person (" the principal") which is available for doing by individuals (" contract workers ") who are employed not by the principal himself but by another person, who supplies them under a contract made with the principal.
(2)It is unlawful for the principal, in relation to work to which this section applies, to discriminate against a contract worker—
(a)in the terms on which he allows him to do that work ; or
(b)by not allowing him to do it or continue to do it; or
(c)in the way he affords him access to any benefits, facilities or services or by refusing or deliberately omitting to afford him access to them; or
(d)by subjecting him to any other detriment.
(3)The principal does not contravene subsection (2)(b) by doing any act in relation to a person not of a particular racial group at a time when, if the work were to be done by a person taken into the principal's employment, being of that racial group would be a genuine occupational qualification for the job.
(4)Nothing in this section shall render unlawful any act done by the principal for the benefit of a contract worker not ordinarily resident in Great Britain in or in connection with allowing him to do work to which this section applies, where the purpose of his being allowed to do that work is to provide him with training in skills which he appears to the principal to intend to exercise wholly outside Great Britain.
(5)Subsection (2)(c) does not apply to benefits, facilities or services of any description if the principal is concerned with the provision (for payment or not) of benefits, facilities or services of that description to the public, or to a section of the public to which the contract worker in question belongs, unless that provision differs in a material respect from the provision of the benefits, facilities or services by the principal to his contract workers.