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Hazardous Work

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Diane RowlandSenior Lecturer in Law, University of Wales, Aberystwyth

ISBN13: 9780406947987
ISBN: 0406947988
Published: December 2004
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

""(PART OF BUTTERWORTHS LAW IN CONTEXT SERIES)Rowland: Hazardous Work uniquely provides an integrated approach to the subject rather than focusing on the practitioner market or concentrating on certain aspects of the law backed up by empirical research. Courses on this topic have a strong law element, which makes this a very useful text for students. This book examines the apparent failure of regulatory frameworks to control hazards in the workplace. It also considers the nature of the frameworks and the manner of their implementation and enforcement as well as the impact of sociological and political effects on the organisation of the workplace and general attitudes to health risks encountered at work. Importantly, this leads to a critical evaluation of why current systems are failing to protect workers and suggests ideas for change.This title will be of vital interest to academics and students studying health and safety law, sociologists and those studying occupational health and safety.""

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""1. Introduction Part I: Concepts, Measurements and Theories 2. Statistics, fatalities measures of the effectiveness of regulatory performance.
3. Hazard, risk and safety.
4. Regulatory theories and health and safety. Part II: The Legal Response 5. The regulatory framework in the UK and Europe.
6. Regulation of safety and health.
7. Regulation of safety management.
8. The role of enforcement and sanctions in effective regulation.
9. Corporate Crime: a separate problem or more of the same? Part III: Social and Political Factors 10. Behavioural issues and the role of different actors.
11. Perception of risk and its influence on regulation. Part IV: The Future.
12. The future of health and safety regulation - where to now?""