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Guidelines on fail-safe actions

Catherine Pike

Guidelines on fail-safe actions

a paper based on work done by a working group convened by the National Co-ordinating Network

by Catherine Pike

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Published by NHSCSP in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementCatherine Pike & Jocelyn Chamberlain.
SeriesNational quality initiative
ContributionsChamberlain, Jocelyn., NHS Cervical Screening Programme. National Co-ordinating Network.
The Physical Object
Pagination[12]p. ;
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15206555M
ISBN 101872263356
OCLC/WorldCa505240840

Take the luck out of safety. Leadership Practices that Build a Sustainable Safety Culture. Moving beyond finger pointing, behavioral safety and safety leadership training experts and authors, Dr. Judy Agnew and Dr. Aubrey Daniels, deliver leaders a powerful message with clear calls to action in this data-based, practical approach to ensuring organizations are safe by design, not Safe by Accident. First published in , when America was still reeling from the Cuban Missile Crisis, Fail-Safe reflects the apocalyptic attitude that pervaded society during the height of the Cold War, when disaster could have struck at any moment.

Softcover. Condition: Very good. First Edition. Very good paperback copy of "Fail-Safe" by Eugene Burdick and Harvey Wheeler. 1st paperback edition / 1st Dell Book with a cover price of 75 cents. Ink price on blurb page. Spine ends and corners bumped. Pages slightly tanned. Tight and otherwise clean. Enjoy this bestselling thriller!. ***Aethon Books is committed to the publication of works by writers of all genders, ethnicities, color, orientation, nationalities, and religious or political beliefs. We are concerned only with the quality and commercial viability of the works submitted to us, and not on the personal backgrounds of the authors.

Pre-submission: helping readers find your article; Submitting your article; Editorial policies Peer review policy Authorship Research ethics and patient consent Clinical trials Reporting guidelines; Publishing Policies Publication ethics Contributor's publishing agreement Open access and author archiving Permissions; Preparing your manuscript. Failsafe definition, pertaining to or noting a mechanism built into a system, as in an early warning system or a nuclear reactor, for insuring safety should the system fail to operate properly. See more.


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