Due Diligence: Duty of Officers is the first book in CCH’s new Due Diligence series and examines the role and duties imposed on officers pursuant to the new Model Work Health and Safety laws, the majority of which commenced on 1st January 2012. The book contains a thorough explanation of all aspects of this duty including the definition of an officer, the elements of the due diligence concept, and liabilities for breach of the duty. It also includes practical and useful recommendations for compliance.
This is an essential reference point for individuals and companies looking to avoid the onerous penalties for non-compliance under the new legislation.
New six-book series by Michael Tooma!
A new series of six books from WHS expert Michael Tooma on Due Diligence, outlining everything you need to know about your Due Diligence obligations.
The CCH Due Diligence series includes:
Find out more about all the books in this series at www.cch.com.au/tooma
• Providing plain English explanations and examples
• Written by Michael Tooma, a leading lawyer in the area of Work Health and Safety
• Practical recommendations for compliance by categories of officers including directors, company secretaries, chief financial officer’s, human resources directors, general counsel and operation management.
More titles in CCH’s new Due Diligence Series:
Chapter 1: Overview of Due diligence duty
Chapter 2: “who is an officer”
Chapters 3-8: explanation of each element of the Due Diligence definition
Chapters 9: liabilities arising from breach of duty
Chapter 10: practical recommendations for compliance by categories of officers
One soft cover book.