An Alternative Way of Managing Health & Safety
An Alternative Way of Managing Health & Safety"An Alternative Way of Managing Health & Safety" offers the theoretical frame of a generic systems model for the management of health, safety and related topics. It represents a step forward from previous theoretical and empirical work (e.g. Perezgonzalez, 2005a, b), and has the following main features: it proposes a theoretical formulation of a generic Health and Safety Management System for most industrial and service sectors, it offers clear graphic lines of influence of the different components in the Health and Safety Management System on organisational health and safety, it reviews and updates Perezgonzalez's theoretical and graphical model, and, finally, it reviews and edits the text layout so that it now describes an integrated Health and Safety Management System instead of a research objective.
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