(1) The Minister may make regulations-
(a) providing for the payment of compensation by employers to workers or domestic servants for injury arising out of and in the course of their employment in cases not coming within the provisions of any other enactment, and for the recovery of the compensation in question;
(b) requiring employers to report any accident involving the death of or injury to a worker or domestic servant, in cases not coming within the provisions of any other enactment;
(c) prescribing the conditions under which carriers may be employed and the limitation of loads to be carried by them;
(d) imposing upon persons who have accepted the services of any worker or domestic servant without paying wages therefore the obligation to provide for the maintenance of the worker or domestic servant during sickness or in old age;
(e) prescribing anything which is to be prescribed under this Act and is not otherwise provided for;
(f) prescribing fees to be paid for any matter or thing to be done under this Act; and
(g) containing such procedural or ancillary provisions as he considers necessary or convenient to facilitate the operation of this Act.
(2) Regulations made under subsection (1) of this section may specify for an offence under the regulations a fine not exceeding N500 or imprisonment for a period not exceeding one year, or both.
Section 88 of the Labour Act in Nigeria