What is the code of practice?
A code of practice can be occupational health and safety laws and regulations written in a document to provide guidance on how employees comply with legal obligations. These regulations are required for the workers to follow unless more acceptable health and safety regulation comes into place in the same situation.
- A code of practice is written out to clarify the way that a company and its employees should professionally behave in the workplace.
- An example of a code of practice is, there being a legally binding code of practice. Another example is using a code of practice on the way theft allegations are carried out and when they will be looked out.