Regulation by stealth: Codes of practice under harmonised Work Health and Safety legislation
This article explores how codes of practice might best be designed and implemented to realise their potential to do much of the 'heavy lifting' under WHS legislation, with a focus on the Australian coal mining industry. It identifies various deficiencies in the design and implementation of codes under Australia's harmonising WHS legislation, including a failure to design codes of a type or types that are best suited to their industry specific context; and a failure to implement codes...[Show more]
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