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This paper describes and discusses a method for collecting data relating to the potential for illness or injury to occur in an organization. The reason for using the term 'grey' is explained and the underpinning philosophy of fuzzy thinking is also discussed. The method used was an audit which attempted to measure the degree to which certain types of(More)
Perceptions of line and senior managers in relation to their role in managing workplace injury and illness were investigated with a large UK manufacturing company. The significance of this research to occupational health practitioners lies in the fact that increased understanding of the perceptions of senior and line managers is fundamental to the success(More)
  • Liz Falconer
  • 2016
Avebury Henge is situated approximately 20 miles north of Stonehenge in Wiltshire, U.K. and contains the largest known Neolithic stone circle in Europe. It is part of the Avebury, Stonehenge and Associated Sites World Heritage Site but is less well-known than Stonehenge, despite being an impressive monument with a ditch and bank system more than 400m in(More)
This paper discusses the findings from a project to construct a simulation of Avebury henge, a Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age monument in SW Britain, in a 3D, virtual world environment. The aims of the study were to explore the archaeological research and interpretation necessary to plan and construct such a simulation in an interactive, online(More)
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