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eBook Increasing productivity and profit through health safety ePub

by Maurice Oxenburgh

  • ISBN: 1862642648
  • Category: Economics
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Maurice Oxenburgh
  • Publisher: CCH International (1991)
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Health & Safety, HSM, April 2005 "The book should assist any manager who wishes to win over a skeptical CEO or. .Maurice Oxenburgh graduated with a doctorate in biochemistry but, for the past quarter of a century, has worked in occupational health

Health & Safety, HSM, April 2005 "The book should assist any manager who wishes to win over a skeptical CEO or board that expenditure on a workplace improvement will not only reduce injury and ill health but will lead to better productivity. Safeguard Magazine, March/April 2005 "A series of case studies is provided from a range of industry sectors and countries. Maurice Oxenburgh graduated with a doctorate in biochemistry but, for the past quarter of a century, has worked in occupational health. His principal interests have been in occupational hygiene and ergonomics as well as an expert witness in common law matters.

Human resource strategies for improving the health and safety of people in the workplace do not necessarily cost money - in fact they usually save money.

Oxenburgh . PhD. Chicago: CCH International, 4025 West Peterson Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60646, 1991, 350 p. Authors and affiliations. Chicago: CCH International, 4025 West Peterson Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60646, 1991, 350 pp. Authors.

Increasing Productivity and Profit through Health and Safety: The Financial Returns from a Safe Working Environment. 2nd ed. Boca Raton, Florida’ CRC Press. Oxenburgh, M. S. (1991). Increasing Productivity and Profit through Health and Safety. Sydney and Chicago’ CCH International. ProductAbility (2004). Maurice Oxenburgh graduated from the University of New South Wales with a doctorate in biochemistry but, for the past quarter of a century, has worked in occupational health and safety. While working in industry he realized that although managers wanted efficient workplaces they only saw safety as a cost; his experience showed otherwise.

The study recommends that food industry factories should upgrade their OHS through training programmes and use up-to-date equipment.

The objective of the study was to explore OHS problems of different work areas and their impact on productivity. The study recommends that food industry factories should upgrade their OHS through training programmes and use up-to-date equipment.

A practical book based on the authors' combined consultancy experience, Increasing. CRC Press, 23 Oca 2004 - 208 sayfa. A practical book based on the authors' combined consultancy experience, Increasing. Human resource strategies for improving the health and safety of people in the workplace do not necessarily cost money - in fact they usually save money.

Oxenburgh, . Marlow, . Oxenburgh, A. (2004).

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