Overview

safety standards


'safety standards' can also refer to...

Safety Standards

safety standards

safety standards

Safety Standards

Blood Safety Standards in the ICU (IL03)

Are food safety standards different from other food standards? A political economy perspective

Supermarkets and Produce Quality and Safety Standards in Latin America

Public and Private Food Safety Standards: Compliance Costs and Strategic Opportunities*

Revision of the Euratom Basic Safety Standards Directive—current status

Regulating Safety and Quality Standards in Food Marketing, Processing, and Distribution: Discussion

Clinical Safety Data and Standards of Practice for Injection Lipolysis: A Retrospective Study

Clinical Safety Data and Standards of Practice for Injection Lipolysis: A Retrospective Study

The use of a standard design medication room to promote medication safety: organizational implications

Modernisation and consolidation of the European radiation protection legislation: the new Euratom Basic Safety Standards Directive

Efficacy and safety of TachoSil® versus standard treatment of air leakage after pulmonary lobectomy,

Food safety standards and agri-food supply chains: an introductory overview

118INTRODUCTION OF SAFETY CROSSES: A TEAM APPROACH TO IMPROVING HIP FRACTURE STANDARDS FOR OLDER PATIENTS

ISQUA16-2476IMPROVING THE SAFETY AND QUALITY OF HEALTH CARE FOR ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLE USING THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL SAFETY AND QUALITY HEALTH SERVICE STANDARDS

DOP099 Five-year safety results from the ENCORE registry: Malignancies in patients with Crohn's disease treated with infliximab, standard therapy, or switched from standard therapy to infliximab

 

More Like This

Show all results sharing this subject:

  • Public Health and Epidemiology

GO

Show Summary Details

Quick Reference

A set of requirements on maximum allowable concentrations, time-weighted averages, etc., arrived at by a combination of animal testing, empirical observations, laboratory studies, and administrative fiat. In the United States, occupational safety and health standards are established under the Occupational Safety and Health Act, by either national consensus or federal regulation. In the European Union, safety standards are mostly more rigorous and less susceptible to modification through political pressure than in the United States.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


Reference entries

Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content.