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Values-driven safety : reengineering loss…
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Values-driven safety : reengineering loss prevention using value inspired…

by Donald J. Eckenfelder

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A natural extension of Total Quality Management, the author's 'values' approach to safety management provides you with predictable, measurable safety improvements. You'll learn how values can be instilled in an organization, why they complement other organizational objectives, and how these concepts can be applied to other parts of a business organization. This book includes a model of an effective values-driven safety program and in-depth coverage of setting priorities.

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