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Ultimately the entire OHS environment is governed by law. And as such, it is critical to support arguments by means of caselaw.
There are literally hundreds of court cases ongoing with OHS as baseline at any given time. All of which is aimed at assigning blame, liability or criminality, against the employer or the employee. Although the employer seems to be the one who are bombarded with lawsuits in 99% of all cases.
The few cases here showcase a diverse selection of caselaw - all of which underscore one thing, having a comprehensive Health + Safety management System in place is a non-genotiable requirement in our current world.
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