Health and Safety at Work: Key Terms
Routledge – 2002 – 216 pages
Health and Safety at Work: Key Terms provides instant information to readers on a range of key terms used in health and safety at work. The book, produced in A-Z format, incorporates the principal legal, technical and practical terms derived from statutes, regulations, approved codes, case law and other appropriate publications.
As such, it will be of particular use to health and safety practitioners, those studying for degrees in occupational health and safety and courses run by NEBOSH, and those engaged in enforcement activities, such as Health and Safety Executive inspectors, environmental health officers and fire protection officers.
The key terms referenced and explained include: accident statistics; absolute duties; distance guard; noise-induced hearing loss; oxidising classifications; relevant statutory provisions.
"… a comprehensive and clearly-written reference guide to the myriad of terms used in the world of health and safety. And, at £19.99, the book is excellent value for money."
—SAFETY MANAGEMENT (Mar 2003)
A-Z format incorporating several thousand key terms from ABSOLUTE LIABILITY to YOUNG PERSONS.