Corporate financial decision-makers' perceptions of workplace safety.

@article{Huang2007CorporateFD,
  title={Corporate financial decision-makers' perceptions of workplace safety.},
  author={Yueng-hsiang Huang and Tom B Leamon and Theodore Courtney and Peter Y. Chen and Sarah 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… CONTINUE READING