Working Time Limits (The-48-Hour Week) Exemption
The Working Time Regulations 1998 state that the Flexi-Worker shall not work in excess of, on average, 48 hours per week over a 17 week period. The Flexi-Worker hereby agrees that the Working Time Limit shall not apply. The Flexi-Worker may end their agreement by giving 3 months notice in writing. On completion of the notice period the Working Week Limit shall apply with immediate affect.
I declare that all the foregoing statements are true and complete to the best of my knowledge.
I know of no medical reason why I should not work in a food environment.
Should the situation change whilst I am either engaged on or between assignments on behalf of C.S.I.
I will immediately notify the relevant C.S.I. Branch and, if appropriate, the establishment where I am working.
Whilst employed as a Flexi-Worker for C.S.I.
- (a) not use any machinery unless experienced and able
- (b) not work on a dangerous machine (e.g. Meat slicer) unless 18 and supervised or experienced in the use of machinery
I will ensure that at all times I will take every precaution to
- (a) avoid injury to either myself or others
- (b) prevent damage to any equipment/machinery
I further declare that I have no current criminal convictions (other than those that are spent) under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.