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Risk Death and Harm The Normative Foundations of Risk Regulation
Is death a harm? Is the risk of death a harm? These questions lie at the foundations of risk regulation. Agencies that regulate threats to human life, such as the EPA, OSHA, the FDA, the CPS...
Security Event Correlation With OpenService's Security Threat Manager
The Internet has become a competitive necessity, providing E-commerce access for customers and vendors, s well s remote employee/office connections. As a result, key corporate assets must no...
Speech recognition software can ncrease productivity
Speech recognition software uses the human voice as the main communication mechanism between the user and the computer. While relatively simple to use, speech recognition software is sophis...
Standardized Compliance of OSHA Medical Surveillance
The White Paper discusses NatMed's approach to managing OSHA Medical Surveillance for employers. The paper discusses four models that are available for employers to choose from including In-...
Strengthen business resiliency with integrated information risk management efforts.
Information has become the driving force in todays world. As a result organisations invest significant resources to create cost effective and high performing IT enviroments that facilitates ...
Taxonomy of Inside Threats
After fortifying their networks’ perimeters against the external threats from mysterious computer hackers, enterprises are now focusing their attention on eliminating the recognized inside ...
The 100 Most Frequently Cited OSHA Construction Standards in1991 A Guide for the Abatement of the Top 25 Associated Physical Hazards
This report is intended to help employers and employees identify and correct hazards related to the most frequently cited OSHA standards found on construction sites throughout the United Sta...
The Impact of OSHA and EPA Regulation on Productivity
The Impact of OSHA and EPA Regulation on Productivity," Productivity versus OSHA and EPA Regulations, Research of Business Decisions series, No. 86, series ed. Richard N. Farmer, Ann Arbor: ...
The Importance of Ergonomic Input Devices in the Workplace The Scope of Computer-Related Repetitive Strain Injuries and Methods for Their Prevention.pdf
The costs associated with repetitive strain injury (RSI) to businesses are very high; the federal Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) estimates them to be between $15 billion ...
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