A regulatory perspective on safety in design practices in New Zealand - Guo BHW, Weston R, Jianphinitnan P, Liu W, Scheepbouwer E, van der Walt D, Goh YM.

Previous research regarding safety in design (SiD) primarily focused on legal aspects of integrating health and safety into the design, identifying causal links between flawed designs and accidents, safe design tools and methods, and multi-stakeholder coll...
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