Course Level 3: Advanced
Estimated Study Time: 8-10 hours
Commercial activity has the potential to cause harm to those involved in the production and delivery process. Ensuring the health and safety of the workforce is an intrinsic part of responsible business practice and is an area that has long been subject to legal regulation in developed countries. At present, the issue of corporate responsibility for industrial incidents is a matter which is almost exclusively dealt with at the national level and so the legal protections available can vary greatly from country to country. International controls are few, although there is a growing impetus to ensure that the regulatory net is cast more widely at the international level.
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