Achieving Risk Reduction, Effectively

@inproceedings{Manuele2006AchievingRR,
  title={Achieving Risk Reduction, Effectively},
  author={Fred A. Manuele},
  year={2006}
}
This paper makes the case that to achieve risk reduction effectively: the first steps are to identify and evaluate the hazards and assess the risks deriving from them; then, a logically supported, feasible, hierarchical series of control measures should be undertaken to reduce risks; and the risk reduction measures should be encompassed within a sound problem solving technique. The combination of the hierarchy of controls and the problem solving technique is called The Safety Decision Hierarchy… CONTINUE READING

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