Did you know that as a company director, you could be held personally liable for occupational health and safety incidents at your workplace?
There are a number of different state regulations that could attribute fault to a director when a workplace accident occurs.
For the purposes of this article, we will highlight some vital discussion points based on offences categorised and punishable under the various legislation in each state.
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