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Whose responsibility?
WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY?
Regulation versus economic incentives
Employer responses to compensation pressures
Beyond the reach of compensation: the need for regulation
Other ‘safety pays’ arguments
Regulations and regulators
REGULATIONS AND REGULATORS
Prosecuting for workplace death and injury
Workers and their unions
WORKERS AND THEIR UNIONS
Does safety pay: the case of coal mining
Strategies for safety specialists
STRATEGIES FOR SAFETY SPECIALISTS
Strategies for governments and OHS authorities
Concluding comments
CONCLUDING COMMENTS
Bibliography
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Index
INDEX
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Making Safety Work Getting Management Commitment to Occupational Health and Safety[1]

Making Safety Work Getting Management Commitment to Occupational Health and Safety[1]

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