Sunday May 31, 2020

SBP editorial: HSE needs oversight and a watchdog with sharper teeth

6th May, 2018

If a company was allowed to mismanage its operations with impunity, constantly going over budget and incurring huge legal costs, it would be a fine place for managers to work.

There would be no pressure to learn from their mistakes and no obligation to ask their workers awkward questions about what they were actually doing. Quite simply, there would be no accountability.

There are very few companies which actually operate like this in the private...

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