SAFETY AND HEALTH AT WORK, vol.12, no.2, pp.154-166, 2021 (SCI-Expanded)
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SAFETY AND HEALTH AT WORK
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Legislation and regulations, Mathematical modeling, Non-technical human skills, Organizational aspects, Safety management and policy, ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE, PSYCHOSOCIAL RISKS, ALLOCATION, PROFESSIONALS, PERCEPTIONS, MODULARITY, BUSINESS, MODEL, WORK
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Background: Occupational health and safety (OHS) is a significant interest of all governments to prevent workplace hazards. Although appropriate legislation and regulations are essentials for the protection of workers, they are solely not enough. Application of them in practice should be secured by an efficient inspection system. Fundamental components of an inspection system are inspectors and their audit tasks. Maintaining the fair balanced task assignment among inspectors strictly enhances the efficiency of the overall system.