Corporate financial decision-makers' perceptions of workplace safety.

@article{Huang2007CorporateFD,
  title={Corporate financial decision-makers' perceptions of workplace safety.},
  author={Y. Huang and T. Leamon and T. Courtney and P. Chen and S. DeArmond},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2007},
  volume={39 4},
  pages={
          767-75
        }
}
This study, through a random national survey, explored how senior financial executives or managers (those who determined high-level budget, resource allocation, and corporate priorities) of medium-to-large companies perceive important workplace safety issues. The three top-rated safety priorities in resource allocation reported by the participants (overexertion, repetitive motion, and bodily reaction) were consistent with the top three perceived causes of workers' compensation losses. The… Expand
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