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Sustainability of a Small Firm – the Entrepreneurial Perspective

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The Role and Importance of Improvement Activities in Functioning of the Company in the Area of Safe and Healthy

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In the article there were presented issues related to the improvement of the occupational health and safety (OHS) management system in a selected energy industry company. The research entity belongs to the leading producers of electricity and heat in Poland. In the paper there were analyzed data on accidents in the research period covering the years 2012-2017. There was also made a short description of the company's activities regarding internal health and safety inspections carried out periodically. Furthermore, there were analyzed the activities improving the occupational health and safety management system in a selected research entity. In the paper there were also presented the sizes and types of activities (projects), that were aimed at improving the health and safety area and included in the company's business strategy. On the basis of the data and the analyzes carried out, it was possible to make a comprehensive assessment of the health and safety management system of the company and to indicate that corrective actions are continuous.

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International Dimension of Knowledge Management in Supplier of Quality Outsourcing – Case Study

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Environmental Management in the Context of Corporate Sustainability Concept

.087852. Dangelico, R.M., Pontrandolfo, P., 2013. Being ´Green and Competitive”: The Impact of Environmental Actions and Collaborations on Firm Performance . Business Strategy and the Environment, 24(6), 413-430, DOI:10.1002/bse.1828. Elkington, J., 2004. Enter the Triple Bottom Line. The Triple Bottom Line: Does It All Add Up? Available online: http://www.johnelkington.com/archive/TBL-elkington-chapter.pdf (accessed on 15.10.2018). Epstein, M.J., 2017. Making Sustainability Work: Best Practices in Managing and Measuring Corporate Social, Environmental, and

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Levels of Pro-Environmental Maturity in Micro and Small Enterprises

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