OHS Act Legal Appointments that are not required by the OHS Act

The common term for documents used to identify OHS role players in a company is “legal appointments”. These documents generate various forms and norms and can become a myriad of confusion. But not all Legal Appointments are required by the OHS Act. Some are required by someone who misunderstood the OHS Act, but heard from…

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