An Alternative Way of Managing Health & Safety (Knowledge Management Edition)
"An Alternative Way of Managing Health & Safety" offers the theoretical frame of a generic H&S-MS. It represents a step forward from previous theoretical and empirical work (e.g. Perezgonzalez, 2005a, b): it proposes a theoretical formulation of a generic H&S-MS, it offers clear graphic lines of influence of the different components in the H&S-MS on organisational health and safety, and it reviews and updates Perezgonzalez's theoretical and graphical model. This book is a "Knowledge Management" edition. The reader purchases the original contents with the main ideas underscored/underlined, and the essential ideas highlighted. The downloadable version is color-coded, as are the most relevant illustrations. A normal edition can be found as Perezgonzalez, JD (2005). An Alternative Way of Managing Health & Safety. USA: Pergonomas/Lulu, Inc.
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