16Means of communicating with workersE+W+S
After paragraph 166 of Schedule A1 to the 1992 Act insert—
“166A(1)This paragraph applies in relation to any provision of paragraph 19D(2), 26(4) or 118(4) which requires the employer to give to the CAC a worker’s home address.
(2)The Secretary of State may by order provide that the employer must give to the CAC (in addition to the worker’s home address) an address of a specified kind for the worker.
(3)In this paragraph “address” includes any address or number to which information may be sent by any means.
(4)An order under this paragraph may—
(a)amend this Schedule;
(b)include supplementary or incidental provision (including, in particular, provision amending paragraph 19E(1)(a), 26(6)(a) or 118(6)(a));
(c)make different provision for different cases or circumstances.
(5)An order under this paragraph shall be made by statutory instrument.
(6)No such order shall be made unless a draft of it has been laid before Parliament and approved by a resolution of each House of Parliament.”
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