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The Health and Safety (Consultation with Employees) Regulations 1996

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1.  Subject to paragraph 3 below, where a person is permitted to take time off in accordance with regulation 7(1)(b) or 7(2), his employer shall pay him—

(a)where the person’s remuneration for the work he would ordinarily have been doing during that time does not vary with the amount of work done, as if he had worked at that work for the whole of that time;

(b)where the person’s remuneration for that work varies with the amount of work done, an amount calculated by reference to the average hourly earnings for that work (ascertained in accordance with paragraph 2).

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