Lesson 4: SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE IV

Lesson 4: SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE IV

Please note: The term incident is used in some situations and jurisdictions to cover both an “accident” and “incident”. It is argued that the word “accident” implies that the event was related to fate or chance. When the root cause is determined, it is usually found that many events were predictable and could have been prevented if the right actions were taken — making the event not one of fate or chance (thus, the word incident is used). For simplicity, we will use the term accident to mean all of the above events.

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