Principle, process, performance or what? New approaches to OHS standards setting
In designing occupational health and safety (OHS) standards, it is vitally important to determine what kinds of measures are most likely to produce best policy outcomes, influence organisational behaviour and achieve genuine improvements in OHS performance, while being enforceable and able to be implemented at an acceptable cost. Crucial considerations in designing OHS standards that meet these criteria are the content and coverage of standards, the type of OHS standards, and the policy...[Show more]
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