5 edition of The Safety Profession found in the catalog.
The Safety Profession
Raymond P. Boylston
by Amer Society of Safety Engineers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||105|
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Safety Professional Reference and Study Guide by W. David Yates. This book is written to assist you in achieving that ultimate designation as a safety professional. Career Guide to the Safety Profession, Second Edition © by the American Society of Safety Engineers Foundation and the Board of Certfied Safety Professionals ISBN Printed in the United States This publication is funded by the American Society of Safety Engineers Foun-dation and the Board of Certified Safety Size: KB.
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