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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN WORK SECURITY AND HEALTH DOMAIN

Sabina Irimie (), Roland Moraru and Maria – Elena Boatca
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Roland Moraru: University of Petro?ani, Mining Faculty, Romania
Maria – Elena Boatca: University of Petro?ani, Mining Faculty, Romania

Polish Journal of Management Studies, 2013, vol. 8, issue 1, 82-90

Abstract: Occupational safety and health becomes a more and more important component of the organization for it ensures continuous positive growth and improvement of productivity, and general efficiency. In order to implement an efficient management system, the C.E.O. must pay special attention to this domain in order to avoid important risks and undesired events with tragic consequences. Thus, every organization needs properly trained staff, in order to accomplish all the purposes in this field. Therefore, the paper aims to do an analysis of the possibilities to develop a career in work safety and security, based on competences, in order to establish the real importance and attention paid to this activity area.

Keywords: work security and health; career; competences; professional training provider; profession (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013
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