A learner in a class discussion I was moderating asked a simple question about Joint Health and Safety Committees: do they make a difference?
A recent systematic review summarized the best evidence to date this way:
It can be concluded that there is consensus in the research literature on the value of effective Joint (worker?employer) Health and Safety Committees (JHSCs).
Note two important words in that conclusion: “effective” and ...
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