Cooperation and Conflict in Occupational Safety and Health: A Multination Study of the Automotive Industry

Synopsis

This volume examines the methods used to promote occupational safety and health in the automotive industries of the United States, West Germany, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Japan, and Kenya. The author pays particular attention to the ways in which the broad national social, economic, political, and legal environments influence occupational safety and health activities and outcomes. The study also focuses on the differing degrees of cooperation and conflict exhibited among involved parties in the handling of occupational safety in different countries and companies.

Additional information

Contributors:
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1990