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Models of
Causation:
Safety

OHS Body of Knowledge
Models of Causation: Safety

April, 2012

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OHS Body of Knowledge
Models of Causation: Safety

April, 2012

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OHS Body of Knowledge
Models of Causation: Safety

April, 2012

OHS Body of Knowledge
Models of Causation: Safety

April, 2012

Synopsis of the OHS Body of Knowledge

Background

A defined body of knowledge is required as a basis for professional certification and for accreditation of education programs giving entry to a profession. The lack of such a body of knowledge for OHS professionals was identified in reviews of OHS legislation and OHS education in Australia. After a 2009 scoping study, WorkSafe Victoria provided funding to support a national project to develop and implement a core body of knowledge for generalist OHS professionals in Australia.

Development

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