This part of the Directive enhances and supplements Part II of the Code [http://laws.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/L-2/page-53.html#h-46] and should be read in that context.
19.1 Any employee may exercise his or her right of refusal to work. The proper redress mechanism established in accordance with subsection 128(7) of the Code shall be followed. The selection of the redress mechanism is revocable if the employer and employee agree and the parties agree that, if no solution is found under the Directive, either party can use the legislated process provided under the Code and its pursuant applicable regulations and request the intervention of a labour health and safety officer of HRSDC.
19.2 No employer shall assign any other employee to use or operate the machine or object, to work in that place or to perform the activity until a labour health and safety officer from HRSDC has been notified of a continued refusal.