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    Write a report discussing the effects occupational health and safety legislation have had on employer and employee behavior.

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    Occupational health and safety is usually aimed at promoting and maintaining to the highest degree, the physical, social, and mental well-being of employees in every occupation. It also encompasses preventing workers to conditions that could depart the health or workers from appropriate work conditions. Each employee is meant to be adaptable to their respective roles in a manner that assures them of their continued health, both physiological and psychological (Scribd, n.d.).

    Many occupations encompass daily activities that expose employees to physical and mental hazards whether or not they exposed parties are aware of the fact or not. Occupational health and safety regulation is closely related to employment law and compliance which is related to the legal framework where organizations must be in compliance with their operational treatment of employees. One of the most significant effects of the occupational health and safety legislation is the effect it has across various segments of employment in general and ...

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    Provides a detailed discussion about the effects occupational health and safety legislation have had on employer and employee behavior.

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