Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005
Review of legislation.
57.—(1) The Authority shall—
(a) keep under review—
(i) the relevant statutory provisions, and
(ii) the associated statutory provisions,
(b) submit, from time to time, to the Minister any proposals that it considers appropriate relating to the relevant statutory provisions or for making or revoking any instruments under those provisions,
(c) submit, from time to time, to the Minister and to the Minister having responsibility for any of the associated statutory provisions any proposals that it considers appropriate relating to those provisions or for making or revoking any instruments under those provisions,
(d) undertake such reviews of relevant statutory provisions as the Minister may direct, and
(e) assist in the preparation of draft legislation as the Minister may direct.
(2) Before submitting proposals to the Minister, the Authority shall consult any other person or body that appears to the Authority to be appropriate having regard to the proposals to be submitted or as directed by the Minister.