Prevention through Design : Addressing Occupational Risks in the Design & Redesign Processes

@inproceedings{Manuele2007PreventionTD,
  title={Prevention through Design : Addressing Occupational Risks in the Design & Redesign Processes},
  author={Fred A. Manuele},
  year={2007}
}
through Design is remote. It is more probable that an ANSI standard could be developed and approved, but that could take several years. For example, ANSI/AIHA Z10-2005, the Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems Standard, was published 6 years after the secretariat received ANSI approval to begin work on it. Assume that the NIOSH initiative, which is a several-year undertaking, is successful. Since hazards analyses and risk assessments are the core of the PtD concept, the impact on… CONTINUE READING
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