An approach to the problem of measuring safety performance
Germanos, George Milt.
Neil, Douglas E.
Poock, Gary K.
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A literature survey concerning the problem of measuring safety performance was accomplished with primary emphasis to the problem of evaluating occupational injury and illnesses safety performance. Having accomplished this survey a new methodology for measuring occupational safety performance is proposed based on "cost" criterion. Finally an analysis of real safety occupational data is accomplished since analysis of safety data is considered to be a basic step of the proposed methodology.
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