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The French connection: A multi-lingual literature review of OHS in the small business sector

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Report on a multi-lingual literature review of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) in the small business sector. There is the growing recognition that OHS regulations and initiatives applied in the small business sector are frequently ineffectual. However, most of the discourse on OHS in the small business sector is ethnocentric with little or no insight into the relationship between the Anglo and French literature. This has meant that models of OHS intervention and prevention adopted by and/or adapted to the New Zealand small business sector are those that have been, by and large, written up in English. Given that workplaces are becoming more ethnically diverse, it is imperative that OHS models and research located in non-English speaking discourses are given due consideration.
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hal-00759998 , version 1 (03-12-2012)

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Christophe Martin, Franck Guarnieri, Jean Lin. The French connection: A multi-lingual literature review of OHS in the small business sector. Labour, Employment and Work in New Zealand 2008 held in conjunction with The Australian Labour Market Research Workshop, Dec 2008, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. p. 363-369 - ISBN 0-475-11045-5. ⟨hal-00759998⟩
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