"Current thinking on safety management and its principles is based on a number of assumptions. First, accidents are symptoms that the management system is at fault.... Safety should be managed like any other company function. Achievable goals should be set, and a process of planning, organization objective setting, and control should be established to meet those goals." — Occupational Health & Safety, Joseph LaDou, NSC Pub.
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