Safety regulation: The lessons of workplace safety rule management for managing the regulatory burden

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Hale, A.R.; Borys, D.; Adams, M.;
(2012)
  • Publisher: Central Institute for Labour Protection

There is a strong political consensus in a number of countries that occupational safety and health regulation is stifling industrial innovation and development and is feeding a culture of damaging risk aversion and petty bureaucracy. In a number of countries this has le... View more
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