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 one.  Harmonization was never particularly important with little likely practical impact on health and safety.”

The full list of “OHS Professional” journals: http://www.sia.org.au/services/publications2/ohs_professional

Citation: Culvenor, J. 2012, How to promote innovation in OHS law, OHS Professional, June 2012, pp. 16-17.

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About John Culvenor

Hi, Thank you for taking a look at this blog. I work in engineering, ergonomics, creativity, design, training, etc. Often this is about helping solve legal puzzles through accident analysis. Sometimes it is about thinking up better designs for equipment, workplaces, and systems. This blog is about good design and bad design, accident analysis and how it can be done better, and how we can make a better, safer world by design!
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