Project Minerva: management of the work environment, part 2 - candidate safety and health research topics.
Heath-FB, ed., Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 1988 May; :1-120
Project Minerva, named after the Roman goddess of wisdom, represents a cooperative educational effort among academia, the private sector and government to provide our nation's business students an orientation to the importance of occupational safety and health management by making OS&H curriculum materials available to business schools to be integrated into the existing business curriculum. The untimate goal is to produce a graduate who recognizes the improtance of planning and managing the safety and health program as any other business function.
Safety-programs; Safety-education; Health-protection; Chemical-industry-workers; Construction-industry; Machinists; Fire-protection; Exhaust-ventilation; Farmers; Printers; Training
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
Earl D. Heath, Consultant, Arlington, Virginia