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Health and safety's stewardship of key business values: employees, public trust, and responsibility to shareholders.

Authors:
R D Fulwiler

Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 1993 Nov;54(11):697-700

Health & Safety, Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio 45216.

This paper reviews how one company has been able to develop and implement a highly effective job safety and health system and to sustain it at a high level of performance. This process begins with a simple but clear corporate safety and health policy statement: "Procter & Gamble insists on safe operation." It is driven by three critical values, namely: 1) its employees, 2) its public trust, and 3) its profits. Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15298669391355242DOI Listing
November 1993

EPA's intervention into workplace health and safety--the other OSHA.

Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 1990 Jul;51(7):A490-5

Procter & Gamble Company, Health and Safety, Cincinnati, OH.

Primarily but not exclusively through the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) and the Superfund Amendment Reauthorization Act Title III, EPA's involvement is significant because they are now a "key player" in providing regulatory direction to those responsible for workplace health and safety. A comparative matrix is presented as a database demonstration of the similarities and differences between OSHA and EPA in the standards setting, compliance, and public policy areas. This matrix demonstrates the impact that EPA now has on specific aspects of workplace health and safety and on the conduct of United States business activity. Read More

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Guidelines for evaluating medical record software.

Authors:
K R Gordon

J Am Med Rec Assoc 1988 Nov;59(11):24-9

In recent years, many medical record professionals have assumed responsibility for the evaluation of microcomputer and mainframe medical record software. This article presents guidelines to help the medical record practitioner develop appropriate procedures for structuring the software evaluation process. Read More

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November 1988
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