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The objective of this standard is to set auditable criteria for an occupational health and safety management system. The standard is a specification that aims to encompass the best elements of such systems already widely used in Australia and New Zealand. It includes guidance on how those criteria may be achieved. The standard should not be relied upon to ensure compliance with all legal and other obligations.
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