The ASSE Foundation Announces Rand Corporation as Recipient of Research Grant
The American Society of Safety Engineers’ (ASSE) Foundation is pleased to announce that Rand Corporation has been awarded a $96,500 research grant for its Risk Assessment study, entitled, “The Impact of Governmentally Mandated Employer Risk Assessments on Occupational Safety and Health Outcomes.”
Rand Corporation’s study aims to provide a better understanding of the various legislative approaches to employer-mandated occupational safety and health risk assessment regulations, a comprehensive analysis of their impact and an identification of key language requirements, tools and techniques found in successful regulations. Dr. John Mendeloff will serve as Principal Investigator and Dr. Emmanuel Hassan will serve as Co-Principal Investigator for this project. The study will place a renewed focus on the importance of safety professionals to the risk assessment process and will provide valuable information for the safety community.
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