Agricultural OHS policy: towards systemic reform
This article makes the case for a range of policy reforms which evidence suggests could substantially improve overall OHS performance with regard to agricultural chemicals. It focuses principally on incremental changes that could realistically be achieved without a radical reorientation of the policy status quo. These include: replacing the currently fragmented regulatory arrangements with a comprehensive and integrated regulatory framework; providing incentives for the marketing and...[Show more]
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