Enhancing corporate compliance with worksite safety and health legislation

@inproceedings{Stokols2001EnhancingCC,
  title={Enhancing corporate compliance with worksite safety and health legislation},
  author={Daniel Stokols and Shari McMahan and H. C. ‘chip’ Clitheroe and Melissa Wells},
  year={2001}
}
Introduction: A 2-year prospective study evaluated the effectiveness of a managerial training program to enhance corporate compliance with statewide worksite safety and health regulations. The program offered participants information about regulatory requirements and emphasized organizational and environmental strategies for reducing occupational injuries and illnesses. Objectives: To assess the effects of a train-the-trainer program on business managers' knowledge of statewide occupational… CONTINUE READING

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