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  • The Management of Safetyby Valerie J Sutherland; Peter John Makin; Charles Cox

    SAGE Publications 2000; US$ 29.95

    The Management of Safety reviews the main theories underlying safety management and their application to developing safe behaviour, and provides an introduction to the new behaviour-based approach to safety management and quality improvement. Throughout the text, useful examples and illustrations are included to show the need for this new approach.... more...

  • Advanced Earthquake Engineering Analysisby Alain Pecker

    Springer 2008; US$ 149.00

    During the last decade, the state of the art in Earthquake Engineering Design and Analysis has made significant steps towards a more rationale analysis of structures. Scientists have long recognized that earthquake design is guided by displacements and deformations rather than forces. However due to the historical background of structural engineers... more...

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