How do employees working from home fit into an employer's obligation to protect employees from workplace safety hazards?
The occupational health and safety system is based on the premise that workers have the right to know about potential hazards to which they may be exposed, be part of the process of identifying and resolving workplace health and safety concerns and refuse work they believe is dangerous to their own health or that of another worker. But how does this apply to people working from home?
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