To exercise due diligence means that employers must take all reasonable precautions under the circumstances to prevent injuries or accidents in the workplace. This course will provide a clear understanding of the legal requirements necessary for compliance as well as the implications of non-compliance.
- Define due diligence.
- Describe the difference between regulatory statutory offences and criminal negligence offences.
- Summarize situations where due diligence is a legal defence.
- Recall the measures that must be put in place to achieve due diligence.
- Outline other benefits of due diligence to a workplace.
- Due Diligence and Legal Proceedings
- Developing a Due Diligence Program
Employers; Managers; Supervisors: Occupational Health and Safety; General industry; Manufacturing; Construction
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