Safety Engineering

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Wiley, Apr 3, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 256 pages
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By using the principles described in this book, readers can prevent the devastating effects of improper or unsafe practices in the creation and delivery of work outputs or activities. This practical guide features a wide range of techniques for instituting a well-planned, organized, systematic and meticulous safety program. Gives reasons for safety applicability to a variety of subjects; presents general methods regarding use of the safety engineering discipline; and offers suggestions for further information. Contains a wealth of guidelines, checklists and safety data.

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Safety Terminology
Safety Management Functions and Programs
Safety Documentation

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