The contributors to laura jones safe enough take a calm and analytical approach to risk management across a range of policy areas from transport to food and greenpeace they reject the popular approach to risk aversion which often implies that death can be avoided for ever the central issue is how safe is safe enough the authors emphasize that this question cannot be answered from the restricted perspective of scientists and doctors it concerns the costs and benefits of alternative . Safe enough includes bibliographical references isbn 0 88975 208 7 1 health risk assessment 2 environmental risk assessment 3 risk management 4 safety regulations i jones laura 1970 ii fraser institute vancouver bc hm1101s33 2000 3631 c00 910918 8 v contents about the authors vii introduction 3 laura jones 1 risks all around us risk aversion the rise of an ideology 13 . Laura jones ed safe enough managing risk and regulation vancouver the fraser institute 2000 269 p bibl volume 15 issue 2 ruth murbach. Safe enough managing risk and regulation maynard a journal of the royal society of medicine 01 jun 2001 946 312 313 doi 101177 014107680109400625 pmcid pmc1281542 review free to read share this article share with email share with
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