The Missing Link – Regulating Occupational Health and Safety Support
This paper examines the need for Australian workplaces to have, or to have access to, sufficient occupational health and safety (OHS) knowledge, capability and specialised services to be able to fulfil their legal responsibilities and to effectively protect the health, safety and welfare of people at work. The paper is about the role, in all its diversity, of the providers of OHS ‘know-how’ and expertise, who go by an equally diverse range of names. As generalist OHS practitioners they are...[Show more]
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