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OHS : occupational health and safety magazine: 2004, Aug/Sep
Education and training sector
The number of violent assaults by pupils against teachers is increasing, however, recent changes to OHS law and the findings of the High Court in the Purvis case provide more leeway for dealing with violence.
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