Courses of Study and Methods in Safety Education: Vocational Industrial Schools
by Max S. Henig — 1926
Instruction in accident prevention deserves a prominent place in the course of study of the vocational industrial school. The hazards presented in this type of school by way of equipment, tools, and processes, and the consequent urgent need of safeguarding the apprentices who are undergoing training, constitute the fundamental reason for the prominent place urged for this subject.
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