A new review by the Institute for Work & Health (IWH) found strong evidence that OH&S penalties and citations reduce work injuries. At the same time, the mere chance of being inspected may not be as effective of a deterrent. For more information on this review and its findings, see the IWH’s website at: Inspections with penalties linked to lower injuries: IWH review.
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IWH review: Inspections with penalties linked to lower injuries
August 21, 2015
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