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Systematic management of occupational health and safety

Bluff, Liz


Introduction: There is increasing interest in systematic approaches to the management of occupational health and safety (OHSM), as an organisational strategy for the ongoing prevention of work-related injury, ill health and death. Central to the OHSM strategy is effective risk management; that is, the systematic identification of hazards, assessment and control of risks, evaluation and review of risk control measures to ensure that they are effectively implemented and maintained. In turn,...[Show more]

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Date published: 2003
Type: Working/Technical Paper


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