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10.—(1) Without prejudice to the provisions of the Coal and Other Mines (Managers and Officials) Regulations, 1956(1), with regard to the functions of deputies in districts assigned to them and with regard to the inspection of places outside deputies' districts, the manager of every mine in which any locomotive runs shall secure that a competent person (who may be the deputy or person assigned to make such inspection) is appointed by him to be in charge of every length of road in which a locomotive runs.
(2) At intervals not exceeding twenty-four hours the person for the time being in charge of any such length of road shall inspect or supervise the inspection of that length to ascertain the condition thereof as regards—
(a)the state of the track and its freedom from obstructions, and
(b)the maintenance of the requisite height and width of the road,
and upon the completion of such an inspection shall forthwith record and sign a full and accurate report thereof in a book provided by the owner of the mine for the purpose.
(p. 1212 above).
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