Governmental Management of Chemical Risk
CRC Press – 1990 – 368 pages
Well-documented, organized and written for ready comprehension, this new book covers managerial, legal and financial strategies that are or can be employed to manage the health risks posed by technology. It demonstrates how each strategy is used and which ones are more valuable to decision-makers in different situations.
More than a dozen laws are reviewed through the legislative process, providing a clear understanding of governmental processes for risk management. Non-regulatory and regulatory approaches to risk management are covered from both a theoretical and practical perspective. New financial instruments that reduce or prevent consequences of chemical risks are examined.
Serves a dual purpose: GOVERNMENTAL MANAGEMENT of CHEMICAL RISK first provides a comprehensive coverage of components of risk management; second, it analyzes, through case studies, emerging patterns of use of risk management techniques to determine what makes a success or failure.
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"Highly recommended for professional and academic collections, advanced undergraduate and graduate."