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This presentation does not get involved with either side of the pitched opinions on present relevance of contributions of classic safety 'industrial accidents problems' sermons, on reduction of incidents frequencies. Rather it focuses on need to adapting interactive approach towards seeing what has been earlier regarded as losses; more as wastes. The layout of the nine shortened chapters begins with the first two (on use of vehicles' seat-belts and alcohol), on their banes in and out of industrial work. Issues on breach of personal protective gears use and wastefulness that can be avoided follow as chapters three and four. Chapter five skims through the essence of having credible emergency response plans (for both municipal and industrial settings), to augment current provisions far beyond insurance coverage for both factors of man-made (industrial) and natural disasters. The following chapters of six to eight deal with some related observations (actually; lessons) on few recent incidents. The ninth and last chapter, presents a condensed introductory overview on the study of ergonomics; which principally seeks to match man to his/her work and work environment.
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