Compliance: Regulation and Environment

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The concept of compliance is central to government attempts to regulate economic activities. In this volume Hutter investigates the notion of compliance in two areas of vital importance to our everyday lives, namely occupational health and safety, and the environment. Hutter provides a snapshot view of the work of field-level inspectors and in doing so is able to provide insights into the broader factors which influence regulation and its definition at the everyday level, adding to our understanding of an ...

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Overview

The concept of compliance is central to government attempts to regulate economic activities. In this volume Hutter investigates the notion of compliance in two areas of vital importance to our everyday lives, namely occupational health and safety, and the environment. Hutter provides a snapshot view of the work of field-level inspectors and in doing so is able to provide insights into the broader factors which influence regulation and its definition at the everyday level, adding to our understanding of an ill-defined area of criminal law and social control.

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London School of Economics
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Table of Contents

List of Tables
List of Figures
Abbreviations
Table of Statutes
Table of Statutory Instruments, Cases and Tribunal
Pt. 1 Setting the Scene 1
1 Organizing Themes and Concepts 3
2 The Health and Safety Executive 21
Pt. 2 Defining Compliance 65
3 The Legal and Administrative Framework 67
4 The Working Definition of Compliance 80
Pt. 3 Monitoring Compliance 105
5 Inspectors Take the Initiative: Proactive Methods 107
6 Responding to Complaints and Accidents: Reactive Enforcement Methods 127
Pt. 4 Interactions Between Inspectors and the Regulated 155
7 Whose Compliance? 157
8 Compliance as a Process of Enforcement 195
Pt. 5 Conclusion 235
9 Conclusion 237
Appendix: The Organization of Data Collection 249
Bibliography 257
Author Index 269
Subject Index 271
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