While both health and safety files are required under the Health and Safety Act (ARBEITSSCHUTZgesetz), the main difference lies in the fact that the location-specific file must meet the requirements set out in the customer`s contractor agreement 37.2. An agreement with the agent should, among other things, regulate the following: by signing the agreement, the contractor undertakes to comply with these rules and to ensure that he communicates with all the employees who will work on the site. Otherwise, the contractor violates not only his contract, but also non-compliance with the Law on Health and Safety at Work, considered a crime and punishable. Site Specific Health & Safety File – This file is created for the specific site and contains information relevant to the specific job. In cases where the client may not have the necessary expertise and experience for a construction project, such an agreement would be indispensable to protect the client`s interests. As a general rule, an employer may avoid liability if it can prove that the worker acted without authorization and outside the scope of jurisdiction and that the employer took all appropriate measures to prevent the conduct in question. In accordance with Article 37(2) of OHASA, this Section also applies to a `client` of an employer or user (`delegate` is defined as `delegate` in Section 1 of OHASA). . .