November 1997

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HPIn SHE: SHE gave me for my pains a world of sighs

Writing books is a roller coaster of emotions: depression halfway through when you think it will never be finished; elation when you send the copy off to the publisher; depression after you send the c..

Whetton, Chris, ility Engineering

Writing books is a roller coaster of emotions: depression halfway through when you think it will never be finished; elation when you send the copy off to the publisher; depression after you send the corrected proofs back, knowing that now you can no longer change anything; and elation when you see the proofs of the cover, with your name prominently displayed. Then come the first copies. What happens next is not so predictable. With my latest work,* the result has been depression. We set out to investigate how the owners and operators of small plants (those with less than 100 employees; numerically, about 80% of all plants in Europe) coped with safety, health and environmental (SHE) pro

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