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Negotiated environmental and occupational health and safety agreements in the United States: lessons for policy
(Journal of Cleaner Production, 2001)
The interest in so-called voluntary approaches to supplement or replace formal environmental, or occupational health and safety regulation has taken on new importance in both Europe and the United States. These approaches ...
Encouraging Inherently Safer Production in European Firms: A Report from the Field
It is now generally recognized that in order to make significant advances in accident prevention, the focus of industrial firms must shift from assessing the risks of existing production and manufacturing systems to ...
Scientific, ethical and legal challenges in work-related genetic testing in the United States
(European Journal of Oncology Library, 2005)
Human monitoring in the workplace, sometimes referred to as medical screening, is a collation of practices that focuses on the workers as an indicator that: 1) disease may result on exposure to a toxic substance, radiation, ...
THE CRISIS IN U.S. AND INTERNATIONAL CANCER POLICY
(International Journal of Health Service, 2002)
The incidence of cancer in the United States and other major industrialized nations has escalated to epidemic proportions over recent decades, and greater increases are expected. While smoking is the single largest cause ...
Implementing the Precautionary Principle: Incorporating Science, Technology, Fairness, and Accountability in Environmental, Health, and Safety Decisions
(International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management,, 2005)
Inherently Safer Production, A Natural Complement to Cleaner Production
(Industry and Environment, 2002)