Assessing Current Developments in Product Safety


Marhefka, Russell E.   (1986, ASQC)   National Safety Council, Chicago, IL

40th Annual Quality Congress, May 1986, Anaheim, CA    Vol. 40    No. 0
QICID: 3236    May 1986    pp. 554-556
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Article Abstract

This paper is intended primarily as a means by which to present an assessment of the information gathered via a literature and "expert" survey of current developments in research and analysis related to product safety. Certain of the areas to be evaluated and assessed are normally considered to be traditional areas of importance in scientific research. However, because of the uniqueness of the overall body of knowledge required to continuously update and assess the product safety environment, several of the areas to be evaluated, while of critical interest, should be considered non-traditional from a scientific research point of view in that the results of interest may be subjective rather than objective in nature.


Product safety,Liability prevention

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