What Is the Duty of Care?

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Duty of care is a requirement that a person acts towards others, especially in public, with watchfulness, attention, caution, and prudence with a show of being reasonable in all circumstances. If a person does not meet this standard of care, he or she is considered negligent.
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The duty of care is a general legal duty on all individuals and organizations. It is an obligation that this person or organization has in order to avoid carelessness, causing injury to other persons. Its principles vary and allow the duty holder to choose the most efficient means for controlling a particular risk from the range of feasible possibilities.
The duty of care is a general legal duty on all individuals and organisations to avoid carelessly causing injury to persons. It requires everything to be done to protect the health and safety of others at the workplace.
The duty of care is a legal duty on all organisations and people to avoid carelessly causing injury or harm to persons. It requires everything to be done to protect the safety and health of other people at the place of work.
Duty of care is a common legal duty on all individuals and organisations to prevent them from carelessly causing injury to persons. It is also the legal obligation forced on an individual requiring that they adhere to a standard of logical care while performing any acts which could harm others.
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