From fiction to fact - rethinking OHS enforcement
In the past quarter of a century there has been a significant evolution in the style and form of occupational health and safety (OHS) regulation in Europe, North America, and Australia with most jurisdictions moving from a prescriptive ‘command-and-control’ style of regulation, to more flexible, ‘self-regulatory’, models using less direct means to achieve broad OHS goals (see Gunningham and Bluff, 2003). While OHS standard setting in Australia has changed over the past 20 years, and quite...[Show more]
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