Worker Representation And Workplace Health And Safety by D. WaltersWorker Representation And Workplace Health And Safety by D. Walters

Worker Representation And Workplace Health And Safety

byD. Walters

Hardcover | April 12, 2007

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This book considers worker representation on health and safety at work. Using international and UK case studies and materials, it examines how existing arrangements deliver results, interrogating the dominant regulatory model. This book is vital for those interested in industrial relations, health and safety, and worker representation.
DAVID WALTERS is Professor of Work Environment at the Cardiff Work Environment Research Centre, UK, and editor of the journalPolicy and Practice in Health and Safety. He has researched and written extensively on the social relations of health and safety in the UK and elsewhere, as well as on work environment regulation generally.THEO N...
Title:Worker Representation And Workplace Health And SafetyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:177 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.5 inPublished:April 12, 2007Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230001947

ISBN - 13:9780230001947


Table of Contents

Introduction PART ONE: THE DEVELOPMENT OF REPRESENTATION AND CONSULTATION ON HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK AND THE EVIDENCE OF ITS EFFECTIVENESS The Development of Statutory Measures on Worker Health and Safety Representation The Effectiveness of Representative Worker Participation PART TWO: REPRESENTATION AND CONSULTATION IN TWO INDUSTRIES: CASE STUDIES The Chemicals Industry The Construction Industry PART THREE: WHAT WORKS AND ITS POLICY IMPLICATIONS Implementing Effective Worker Representation and Consultation Conclusions and Ways Forward?

Editorial Reviews

"The subject of this excellent book - workers representation in workplace health and safety - is relevant to both policy and practice...This exemplary book reaffirms that OHS has to be understood in the context of the social relations of production and strengthens the evidence of the preventative role of workers representation (and not only 'participation') in occupational safety and health at a time when the 'safety is good for business' discourse is dominant, but promotes more underreporting than prevention measures." —Genevieve Baril-Gingras, Universite Laval