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Your Liability as a Regulator (Duty of Care) (R002)


Type: Classroom
Duration: 07:30 hours
Status: Archived

Duty of care is a legal concept central to understanding liability in public health and safety. This course introduces best practices for regulators and provides tools to minimize their risk of liability on the job and reduce any personal concerns to this effect. Participants will learn how potential issues of negligence may relate to their role as a regulator.

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How government works

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  • Topics: How government works
  • Community: Functional specialists
  • Audience: Regulators
  • Business line: GC and Public Sector Skills
  • Provider: Canada School of Public Service

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