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Dictionary of Safety Design

 , January 24, 2016 updated on May 20, 2017
Safety design is the practice of designing-out health and safety risks. In industries such as transportation, safety design has been a standard practice for more than 50 years. In other industries, it is a relatively new practice. Safety design begins by identifying potential risks and developing designs that reduce or avoid risk. The following are common safety design techniques.


The following are common examples of safety designs.
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