Regulating farm safety: towards an optimal policy mix
Each state and territory in Australia has a principal Occupational Health and Safety Act, under which farm machinery (which falls under the broad definition of “plant”) is regulated by virtue of (i) general occupational health and safety (OHS) duties on specific obligation-bearers; and (ii) specific regulations and Codes of Practice which deal with particular safety issues in more detail. In an attempt to address a lack of OHS regulatory uniformity in terms of (ii) above, the National...[Show more]
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