OHS Act appointments: are they worth the paper they are written on?

It is disquieting that many organizations are more concerned with appointments in writing than the fundamental content of such appointments. Energy is spent on whether the appointment letters contain the “correct” legal wording, or the specific legal reference that is quoted with regard to the relevant letter of appointment. These aspects should be of least…

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Welcome to the OHS Theatre!

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