In relation to Safety Engineering, answer the following questions. 1. What are the leading causes of death in the United States? 2. When the overall cost of an accident is calculated, what elements make up the cost? 3. What are the five leading causes of accidental deaths in the United States? 4. What are the leading causes of death in the United States of people between the ages of 25 and 44? 5. Explain how today’s rate of accidental work deaths compares with the rate in the early 1900s. 6. What are the five leading causes of work deaths? 7. What are the five leading causes of work injuries by type of accident? 8. When death rates are classified by industry type, what are the leading industry types? 9. Rank the following body parts according to frequency of injury from highest to lowest: neck, fingers, trunk, back, and eyes. 10. Name three chemicals that frequently cause chemical burns in the workplace. 11. Identify three factors that contribute to heat burn injuries in the workplace. 12. Explain the difference between repetitive strain injury and carpal tunnel syndrome. 13. Explain the reasons for high accident rates in developing countries. 14. Explain how to establish a safety-first corporate culture in an organization. 15. To what cause(s) can the improvements in workplace safety made to date be attributed? 16. Explain the significance of the Code of Hammurabi in terms of the safety movement. 17. Describe the circumstances that led to the development of the first organized safety program. 18. What is Frederick Taylor’s connection to the safety movement? 19. Explain the development of the National Safety Council. 20. What impact did labor shortages in World War II have on the safety movement? 21. Explain how workplace tragedies have affected the safety movement. 22. Explain the primary reasons behind the passage of the OSH Act. 23. Summarize briefly the role that organized labor has played in the advancement of the safety movement. 24. Define the following terms: fellow servant rule, contributory negligence, and assumption of risk. 25. Explain the three E’s of safety. 26. Explain the term integration as it relates to modern safety and health. 27. Explain the concept of Total Safety Management. 28. Explain the link between safety and productivity.
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