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Regulating Occupational Health and Safety in a Changing Labour Market

Johnstone, Richard


Introduction ....From the late 1970s in Australia, and particularly during the 1980s, Australian OHS legislation was significantly reformed . For the purposes of this paper, the most significant changes in the reformed OHS statutes were the introduction of general duty provisions (the content of which was based largely on the common law negligence standard of care), including duties on employers and self-employed persons to ensure the OHS of persons other than employees, and provisions...[Show more]

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