Occupational Safety And Health In The Age Of High Technology

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The first edition was titled Industrial Safety and Health... (Macmillan, 1993). A practical textbook that focuses on the needs of modern health and safety professionals practicing in the workplace, for use in universities, colleges, community colleges, and corporate training settings. In addition to

Occupational Safety And Health For Technologists Engineers And Managers

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For Safety Management/Safety and Health Management courses at the undergraduate level; also intended for use in community colleges, vocational-technical centers and corporate settings that offer programs, courses, workshops and/or seminars in Occupational Health and Safety. With an eye on the future and a finger on the pulse of today's rapid changes due to global competition, this straightforward, state-of-the-art guide addresses the key issues, concerns, and factors relating specifically to modern workplace environments in the safety and health professions. Highly functional in content and approach, it draws immediate connections between principles and their practices in real-world settings, and includes the latest OSHA standards and approaches safety and health issues from the perspective of total quality management and global competitiveness.

Fundamentals Of Occupational Safety And Health

Author: Mark A. Friend
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Topics covered includes safety legislation, worker's compensation, safety-related business laws, accident investigation, industrial hygiene, ergonomics, fire prevention, human element in loss prevention, behavior-based safety, workplace violance, hazardous materials, resources on safety and health.

Occupational Hazards

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Hearing To Examine The Occupational Safety And Health Administration S Reinvention Project

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American Journal Of Public Health

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High Tech Trash

Author: Elizabeth Grossman
Editor: Island Press
ISBN: 1597261904
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Describes the environmental and health issues involved in the disposal of high tech devices.

Monthly Labor Review

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Publishes in-depth articles on labor subjects, current labor statistics, information about current labor contracts, and book reviews

Daily Labor Report

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Occupational Safety And Health For Technologists Engineers And Managers

Author: David L. Goetsch
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For undergraduate level Safety Management/Safety and Health Management courses. With an eye on the future and a finger on the pulse of today's rapid changes due to global competition, this straightforward, state-of-the-art guide addresses the key issues, concerns, and factors relating specifically to modern workplace environments in the safety and health professions. Highly functional in content and approach, it draws immediate connections between principles and their practices in real-world settings, includes the latest OSHA standards, and approaches safety and health issues from the perspective of Total Quality Management (TQM) and global competitiveness.

Chilton S Iron Age

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Interface Age

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Bna Human Resources Report

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Human Resources Report

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Bna S Employee Relations Weekly

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Iron Age

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Pais Subject Headings

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Safety Health

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The Changing Nature Of Work

Author: Ann Howard
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Not since the Industrial Revolution has the world experienced such a vast transformation in the nature of work as is now in progress. The winds of change are buffeting the terms and conditions of work, its content, and its context. The rapidity and discontinuity of these changes produce discomfort and anxiety among employees and unprecedented challenges to the leadership of organizations. What will the future hold as information technology, global competition, and the quest for efficiency and flexibility rapidly displace jobs and workers? and how can human resource scientists and professionals anticipate what lies ahead and generate better understanding of emerging work behavior?The Changing Nature of Work envisions the future nature of work, its effect on workers and organizations, and the expanded knowledge that will be needed to optimize its returns. The book examines critical post-industrial transformations in work, workers, and the experience of working and assesses the implications of those changes. It investigates what is driving change at work, what is constraining it, and where work is headed as governments, societies, and work organizations respond to its revolutionary thrust.Demonstrating that most knowledge of work life is rooted in jobs, organizations, and workers of the past, Ann Howard and her contributors call for rethinking the psychology of work. In fourteen original chapters, leading authorities within and outside industrial and organizational psychology--including job design, personnel selection, training, teamwork, organizational commitment, careers, leadership, performance appraisal, political and labor economics, sociology, and information technology--question, test, revise, and expand the current body of knowledge about work behavior.The authors explore the human side of the changing nature of work in both service and manufacturing settings and provide new directions for the work and workers of tomorrow. They probe the challenges