Monthly Archives: June 2012

How to promote innovation in OHS law (beyond harmonization) – text version

Here is the text of the article (OHS Professional June 2012). How to Promote Innovation in OHS Law The state of play with the harmonization was summarized by Michael Tooma, Alena Titterton and Melissa Carnell in the previous edition.  In … Continue reading

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How to promote innovation in OHS law (beyond harmonisation)

How to promote innovation in OHS law? John Culvenor – How to Promote Innovation in OHS Law – OHS Professional June 2012 A snippet:  On Victoria’s decision not to follow the harmonised model: “The decision in Victoria is a sensible … Continue reading

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Pain game “worker blame” advertisement misses safe design angle

The “pain game” advertisement appeared on the TV today.  “Tony” a construction worker takes – according to the storyline – a “short cut” that costs him a broken pelvis.  The pain game is a worker blame game and misses the … Continue reading

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