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Safety and health concerns in forestry operationsAuthor(s): Robert B. Rummer
Source: APA [American Pulpwood Association, Inc.] Technical Paper 97-P-4. Rockville, MD: American Pulpwood Association: 1-5.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe author discusses several safety models, including the "Three E?s": engineering, education, and enforcement; the Heinrich-Lateiner model; the organizational model; and the behavioral safety model. Rummer encourages approaching safety from a broader perspective, enabling the industry to track changes in all aspects and to keep leading the safety target.
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CitationRummer, Robert B. 1997. Safety and health concerns in forestry operations. APA [American Pulpwood Association, Inc.] Technical Paper 97-P-4. Rockville, MD: American Pulpwood Association: 1-5.
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