Risk Communication

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Jan 26, 2017
The Peter Sandman Risk Communication Web Site

http://www.psandman.com

Access to information on Risk Communication as developed by Peter Sandman, including columns, seminar handouts and more.

Source: Sandman Risk Communication

Aug 01, 2006
Ethics: A Bridge for Communities and Scientists - A Curriculum for Community Outreach and Education

http://umt.edu/bioethics/libbyhealth/docs/Manual.2009.pdf

This manual for community education and intervention was produced by the Ethics A Bridge for Communities and Scientists (E-ABCs) project.

Source: UMT

Jun 01, 2006
Post-event risk communication (Part 1) Talking about “What Happened“

http://www.psandman.com/articles/ishn-pt1.pdf#search=%22post-event%20risk%20communication%20(part%201)%20talking%20about%20%22what%20happened%22%22

Think hard about what information really needs to be suppressed after an incident.

Source: Sandman Risk Communication

Mar 01, 2006
Risk Communication - Self-Instruction Course

http://www.bvsde.ops-oms.org/tutorial6/i/index.html

In 2003 PAHO created the Risk Assessment and Management Unit. This site contains orientation on the theory and methodology of risk communication. The elements of risk communication are described, as well as strategies and effective procedures for intervention in this area

Source: PAHO

Jun 01, 2005
Post-event risk communication (Part 2) Talking about “What Happened”

http://www.petersandman.com/articles/ishn-pt2.pdf#search=%22post-event%20risk%20communication%20(part%201)%20talking%20about%20%22what%20happened%22%20part%202%22

Don't hide your misfeeds. Go public with your investigation.

Source: Sandman Risk Communication

Jan 01, 2005
Safety culture: a survey of the state-of-the-art

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0951832002000054

This paper explores the nature of safety culture and its perceived importance in the management and regulation of hazardous technologies.

Source: Science Direct