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QUT Law Review
LL.B. (QIT). 1. The duty is to take reasonable care to carry on his business operations so as not to subject his employees to unnecessary risks: Smith v. Baker & Sons  AC 325. For convenience, the duty has been divided into three headings, namely, the duty to (i) provide adequate plant and machinery; (ii) select competent staff to supervise; and (iii) provide a safe system of work: Wilsons & Clyde Coal Co. Ltd v. English  AC 57; Commissioner for Railways (N.S.W.) v. O'Brien (1958)doi:10.5204/qutlr.v4i0.301 fatcat:ggafn7bcazciploemwjonb5424