OverviewManagers need a strategic approach to engaging with work, health and safety regulators. The second edition of Due Diligence: Dealing with Regulators further develops this approach adopted for the first edition, but with the benefit of five years' experience in implementing those strategies in various businesses. Dealing with regulators is all too often the first interaction many managers have with work health and safety laws. Without the benefit of understanding the scope of their obligations and the extensive powers of WHS regulators, it is easy for managers to get themselves and their companies into trouble. This book is a practical guide to the minefield of regulatory powers available to WHS regulators. It is intended for managers who find themselves having to deal with a regulatory investigation. KEY FEATURESWritten by Michael Tooma, a high profile legal expert in occupational health and safety lawPlain English guide to the key provisionsAuthoritative yet practicalIncludes the now familiar diagrams that have made this series so popular with readers. It is a step by step guide to various stages in a regulatory investigation, from a casual visit to a formal interview.Oxford University Press Australia & New Zealand is the non-exclusive distributor of this title.