Training Engineers in Safety
by W. Dean Keefer — 1926
Educating our citizens in accident prevention is an important and necessary undertaking. Many persons are injured or killed every year as a result of their own or another's recklessness. In addition, thousands of people have absolutely no conception of the dangers that exist in our modern industrial and community life. Furthermore, so many people are fatalistic about accidents, thinking of an accident as something that happens to the other fellow but not to themselves. It, therefore, becomes necessary to instruct these people how to prevent injuries, not only to themselves, but also to others.
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