Good occupational health practice requires adherence to ethical guidelines which have been developed overtime and have originated from various sources. In the process of addressing and rectifying the issue of occupational risks, the moral aspects cannot be avoided. Ethics pertaining to the broad field of occupational health remains an ongoing interaction between many partners, and a subject with no clear boundaries and many dilemmas, requiring multi-disciplinary cooperation, consultation and participation.
7. Page centre training (ethics training resources-sourced from Dr Murray Coombs’ presentation)