HWPSHazardous Waste Profile Sheet
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HWPS are associated with firms seeking competitive advantage through quality and productivity (Nolan and O'Donnell 1995), and the adoption of high-cost, high-skill employment practices (Marchington and Grugulis 2000).
There is also a body of literature that suggests that HPWS will work better in contexts where stakeholder rights are more strongly embedded; in other words, the performance outcomes from the deployment of HWPS will be better in coordinated markets than other types of capitalism (Dore 2000; Lincoln and Kalleberg 1990).
Description: The HWPS 220 kV switchyard was constructed in the mid-1960s and, with the exception of those assets that have been replaced in Stage 1 or 2 of this extended re-development program, the majority of the assets are more than 45 years of age.