National Uniformity in Occupational Health and Safety: Changes in Regulation and Management

Erwood, Peter J (1994) National Uniformity in Occupational Health and Safety: Changes in Regulation and Management The University of Queensland:

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Author Erwood, Peter J
Title of report National Uniformity in Occupational Health and Safety: Changes in Regulation and Management
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Publication date 1994
Place of publication The University of Queensland
Total pages 65
Language eng
Subjects 1503 Business and Management
Formatted abstract
National uniformity in Occupational Health and Safety Standards across all jurisdictions in Australia is nearing reality. The impact of the changes will affect how businesses deal with occupation health and safety. It is important for managers to become aware of the changes and their impact on the way in which they manage risk in the area of occupation health and safety.

This paper is directed to managers to enable them to understand the roles of the major players in the movement towards national uniformity. To better understand national uniformity, managers should be aware of the impact of the historical development of the Regulation of Occupational Health and Safety and the various types of legislation within a framework of the concept of risk management.


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