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Safety Culture and Human Behavior
An analysis of human risk-taking behavior in the workplace and how it affects workplace safety.
# 97392 | 1,446 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Aug 12, 2007 in Business (Management) , Labor Studies (General)

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This paper presents an examination of human safety and reliability with regard to safety in the workplace. The writer explores how hindsight always provides the ability to identify warning signs which went unheeded before disaster struck. The writer then discusses how organizations can implement a safety culture that is capable of predicting and avoiding accident risks.

Table of Contents:
Safety Culture

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Goodman, Fay (1999) Business: Small Talk - Way to avoid accidents caused by too much bottle.(News) The Birmingham Post (England)
  • Lanoi, Paul (1992) Safety regulation and the risk of workplace accidents in Quebec. Southern Economic Journal
  • Ware, Brandy (2005) Selecting healthy hand tools: choosing the right hand tool for a job can protect workers from painful injuries and improve productivity at the same time.(Prevention of workplace accidents) Occupational Hazards
  • Wolff, Jean-Pierre (1999) Working hot: how to avoid disaster.(tips on avoiding serious electrical accidents)(Cover Story) EC&M Electrical Construction & Maintenance
  • Zimmerman, Denise (1995) The safety tab: programs that make companies more accountable for accidents are making the workplace a safer place. Supermarket News

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