The Gap Between Professional Competencies of Occupational Safety and Health Representatives in China and Western Australia
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This paper examines the role and education of Occupational Safety and Health Representatives in China in comparison with those in Western Australia. It reports on the link between WorkSafe Western Australia and China and how this link can benefit occupational safety and health representatives and their effectiveness in China.
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