Critical Research Principles and Methods for Safety Management: Industrial Illustrations and Practical Strategies
This paper reviews some basic principles about research that safety professionals need to know in order to better evaluate research results and to formulate research questions and procedures. Safety professionals need to understand critical differences between case studies, surveys, laboratory experiments, and field studies. Then they can become better consumers of information; better yet, they can design and conduct their own research to evaluate the impact of various intervention techniques.
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