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Linking Human Resource Management and Knowledge Management via Commitment to Safety

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System of Waste Management and Its Implementation in Samara Region of Russia

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Increase of Technogenic Safety of a Waste Management Company

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Voluntary Safety Management System in the Manufacturing Industry – To What Extent does OHSAS 18001 Certification Help?

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Improvement of Managers’ Safety Knowledge through Scientifically Reasonable Interviews

REFERENCES [1] Life long learning for Health and Safety Risk Management for IIG Institution Members, 2013. InterInstitutional Group on Health and Safety. [Online]. Available: http://www.theiet.org/factfiles/health/life-long-page.cfm . [Accessed: Apr.10, 2015]. [2] BSI (British Standard Institution), 1999. Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems – Specification (OHSAS 18001:1999). Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series, BSI, London, UK. [3] BSI (British Standard Institution), 2007. Occupational Health and Safety Management

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Prevention of Fire and Risk of Explosions in “Porofor” Production

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Applying Multi-Criteria Analysis Methods for Fire Risk Assessment

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The Components of Non-Punitive Environment in Nursing

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Ways of Ensuring Society’s Environmental Stability

, Nina Printhouse. Dereyko, K., & Zinko, R. (2011). Teaching of basic aspects of discipline “Ecological management” and “Systems of ecological management” on the departments of “Exploitation and repairment of automobile engineering” and “Mechanics and automatization of engineering” of National University Lviv Polytechnic. International conference. Poland, Rogow. Zinko, R., Ryden, L., Kuzio, І., & Samsin, I. (2014). Ecological aspects of logistics: academic manual. Lviv. p. 132. Zinko, R. (2014). Classification of learning

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