Towards Innovative Occupational Health and Safety Regulations
This article examines the possibilities for designing efficient and effective occupational health and safety regulation for those enterprises that are not 'best practice' performers. In relation to this group, the article focuses on three main ways in which current regulatory approaches might be substantially improved: the allocation of regulatory resources; strategies for inspection and enforcement; and the use of management systems and legislation to control contractors and suppliers. It...[Show more]
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