KeywordsArizona Geological Survey Bulletins
United States of America
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PublisherUniversity of Arizona Bureau of Mines
DescriptionThe problem which has confronted every man who has organized his plant far safety, and a comparatively short time after he has had his organization perfected, was how to maintain interest in Safety. Before undertaking a Safety organization of movement, I think it advisable to figure out how we are ta maintain interest in the work after we get it going. You know that inelegant expression "Don't start anything you can't finish." In several cases of "Safety organization" companies have given all their knowledge, almost all their enthusiasm, and, perhaps, almost all their money and put it into the opening performance, but they had nothing to back up the proposition. The result was a complete failure. 10 p.
Series/Report no.Bulletin No. 64
Safety Series No. 23
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North Bounding Coordinate49.1119
South Bounding Coordinate25.1084
West Bounding Coordinate-125.332
East Bounding Coordinate-67.8516
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State Safety News: November, 1917Dickinson, S.C. (University of Arizona Bureau of Mines, 1917-10-30)