This chapter focuses on the socio-political context of occupational health and safety (OHS) practice. It is about the different legal and advisory instruments, government and non-state institutions or actors, economic and social forces, and other factors that constitute the context for OHS practice. Collectively, these contextual elements frame and shape OHS
policy, regulation and workplace practice, and they impact on OHS risks and how they are dealt with in these settings. The chapter begins...[Show more]
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