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    In case ........................... paragraph 2 of Labour Law

    It's me.

    In case the same employee is found to have committed a petty offence for a second time or (in case) an offence is found that could result in an injury, occupational disease or death, Health and Safety Inspector is entitled to put forward a proposal to impose a fine on the employee in keeping with the pattern defined in Enclosure No.4 according to article 108, paragraph 2 of Labour Law.

    Do you think that the bolded part is properly formulated?

    How about replacing "(in case) an offence is found that could result in an injury" by "in case of finding an offence that/which could result in an injury"?

    Thank you.

    Could someone please answer my question?

    Do you think there is somethinn wrong with the subject?
    Last edited by JACEK1; 27-May-2014 at 17:49.

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