Governments implement legislation to fulfill a specific societal desire or “social policy objective”. One social policy objective is:
to protect workers from work-related injury, disability, illness and death in a compassionate and sustainable way that still allows the economic activity and innovation necessary for societies to operate and thrive.
The statutes created by legislators to achieve that objective vary. There is, however, a set of ...
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