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Guide to risk assessment and risk management

E. J. Humphreys

Guide to risk assessment and risk management

by E. J. Humphreys

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Published by British Standards Institution in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

DISC PD 3002.

Statementauthors, E.J. Humphreys, R.H. Moses, A.E. Plate.
ContributionsMoses, R. H., Plate, A. E., DISC (Organisation), British Standards Institution.
The Physical Object
Pagination58p. ;
Number of Pages58
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17956479M
ISBN 100580295516

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